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How do you Freeze Dry fruits?
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Michele in VA    Posted 01-24-2004 at 14:01:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Not just dry, but freeze dry, like the powdered coffee and the strawberries in the new berry Cheerio cereals?



Michele in VA    Posted 01-28-2004 at 19:24:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Oh well, having done some research, looks like there is no cheap homespun way to do it. Looks like average price of a freezedryer is around $2000. They look like a mix between an old oven and an computer from an old schlock sci-fi movie. It involves a freezer that then turns into a superduper vacuum that sucks out all moisture.

deadcarp    Posted 01-24-2004 at 15:53:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
carefully select and purchase fruit at the store and forget to bring that bag in the house.

summer takes longer but do that this time of year by morning they should be perfect! oh, and don't leave the bag next to any metal unless you have an axe or ice chisel handy. (that bundled-up profane thing sticking to the car door? that's me. :)

Ron,Ar    Posted 01-24-2004 at 17:56:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
That is way funnier than what I was gonna say. But oh so true!

Dennis    Posted 01-24-2004 at 14:52:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Try this link

Michele in VA    Posted 01-24-2004 at 23:04:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Thank you for the link,Dennis. The other posters thought I was kidding, I guess.


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