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No fuss dried tomatoes 🍅

 
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I did a lot of reading on the proper steps to dehydrate tomatoes. I finally gave up and went with my gut. Sliced, salt, pepper and fresh basil. Dried for 22 hours and done!
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Those look good!  How did you dry them/what did you use?
 
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I used the cheapest Magic Chef dehydrator on the market. I was trying to store them for winter but they all disappeared! 😂
 
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Wow! Details on the process please.
 
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Very little process my friend. I looked everywhere for the “right way” to do it. The final straw came when I read, “blanch, then put in ice water to peel.” There’s no way old world cooks did all that. I simply washed, sliced, seasoned and dehydrated.
 
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It looks great. I am going to try it. Thanks for share it.
 
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