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Fruit Leather

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Category: Low Fat, Snacks

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To make fruit leather: Select ripe or slightly overripe produce
(combinations also if desired). Wash, remove any blemishes, stems or pits
and peal produce if desired. (Skins are highly nutritious.) Puree the
produce in a blender until it is smooth.

Pour 1 1/2 to 2 cups of puree on to the parchment paper or plastic wrap
covered trays of dehydrator. Since the edges tend to dry more rapidly, the
poured puree should be 1/8" thick at the center and 1/4" thick at the
edges. Place in the dehydrator with temperature set at 135. Average drying
time for leathers is 4 to 6 hours. When the leather has dried, it will be
a bit shiny and non-sticky to the touch. Allow the leather to cool and peel
it from the tray. Roll it into a tight cylindrical shape. A piece of
plastic wrap, measured to fit the length and width, is then tightly wrapped
around the leather.

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