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Home | Food Dehydration November 19, 2017
Making Fruit Chips Food Dehydration is one of the oldest methods of preserving food for storage and later use. Applying a low heat over several hours removes moisture from the food, reducing it in size and eliminating the need for regrigiration. Below are some of Hazelman Farms favorite dehydated fruits and vegetables.


Making Apple Chips

Apple Chips are a simple to make, healthy and all-natural snack. Like potato chips, they are portable, making them easy to snack on at home or on the go.

An average medium size apple weighs about 7 oz. Peeled and cored, the same apple weighs 5 oz. After dehydrating, you're left with about 3/4 oz. of apple chips.

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Making Pineapple Chips

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Making Strawberry Chips

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Making Kiwi Chips

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Making Bananna Chips

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