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  1. Great idea to dehydrate the berries. Put them in cereal or oatmeal and the grandkids love them. Also use them to flavor cough syrups. Yummy on ice cream and in lemonaide.

  2. I have been canning for a while but in the last year have cut the sugar out of our diet and increased the vegitible, fruit & bean intake. What kind of dehydrator do you use – I would be interested in doing that with our figs, blueberries and blackberries next year.
    Thank you for sharing.

  3. CORD7 I use a Norwalk dehydrator that I inherited from my parents. I haven’t dehydrated raspberries but it has worked great with other things I’ve dehydrated (apricots, peppers, and strawberries). Like the author says, it works best to move the trays around while it is running, because the top trays dry faster than the bottom trays.

  4. I like these articles. I’ve noticed over the last few years their seems to be less focus on these practical type articles and a switch to the more theoretical.

  5. Harvest Maid makes an excellent dryer. I have been drying since 1984. The dried food keeps beautifully and no risk of botulism.

    Just remember to store cool, dark, and dry in well sealed containers.

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