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Dehydrated Garnishes

June 25, 2019 BY One Drink A Day

Dehydrated garnishes are super convenient to have as they can be stored in an air tight container for a long time.

This Kogan dehydrator is the one I use. I bought this on sale a few years ago for 30 Australian Dollars but I believe it retails for around 50 dollars currently. The link -> CLICKHERE

Prepare your garnishes then place them onto the trays. I can’t believe I just wrote how to place ingredients onto a tray lol.

Set the timer and temperature. I usually go for 70 degrees Celsius for 20 hours. I check on them every few hours as different fruits/vegetables take varying times to dehydrate.

Apples, oranges, limes, lemons, plums, and fruit roses are just a few of many different things you can dehydrate. The options are endless.

These garnishes can last months if not years in an airtight container.

If you don’t have a dehydrator you can use the oven on fan bake at the lowest temperature setting.

 

 

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