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    I got this recipe from a raw food site, but unfortunately don't have the link. Now that Passover is here again, I have been wanting to make some traditional foods, but since my DH won't eat Matzoh made with flour I used flax seeds, I got 4-7 inch square crackers out of this recipe which is fine for the two of us. I made my crackers a bit thicker then usual. If you want thinner expect to get another cracker or two out of this recipe. My dehydrater has only 5 sheets so that is why I made it this way. You can double or triple it if you like. Cooking time is actually drying time.

    Recipe #418394

    A simple dehydrator recipe.

    Recipe #232776

    Once you know how to plug your dehydrator in, you're limited only by your imagination regarding how many different "recipes" you can come up with for fruit leather. These simple snacks are healthy and often more convenient to eat than fresh fruit. I ziplock a batch and take it with me. Either pureed apples or applesauce makes a great inexpensive texturizer with a rather mild flavor, so I often flesh out whatever the main fruit flavor is with it. This time it's strawberries! (My friend Freya arrived on my doorstep last weekend with a HUUUUGE box of the most beautiful berries I've ever seen, so rather than to lose the last of them to age, I've gone the dehydrating route.)

    Recipe #229712

    In the beginning I dried my tomatoes on racks covered with cheese cloth, top and bottom, to keep out the bugs. This worked fine, unless I forgot to bring them in at night, then they were prone to get moldy. I bought a dehydrator, and wow! Most of my Roma Tomatoes become "sun dried". They are great to eat just as they are, as garnishes on hors d'oeuvres, cut up in salads, or in recipes calling for tomatoes. They have become a staple in our house. This recipe is an adaptation from Fancy Pantry 1986. I dry more than ten tomatoes! I wanted to post this amount so it would be easier to visualize and calculate in the nutrition column. My next step in this process is Recipe #194248

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