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Dehydrating Strawberries

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A wonderful way to preserve your fresh berries for snacks and an addition to many kinds of recipes. This is a guide about dehydrating strawberries.


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April 25, 2015

I saw a hint on the internet which said that I could dry strawberries by putting them in an oven of 210 degrees F for two hours. That didn't work and I even left them for an extra hour, but they were still just 'wilted'. They are mushy, but not dried out like a dehydrator. What am I doing wrong?


April 27, 20150 found this helpful
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If you are going to use your oven, you need to keep the door slightly open (put something non-flammable in the door, like a ss knife) to allow the moisture to escape. Otherwise all you get is cooked strawberries.

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