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  • How to Dry Oregano
    Learn how to dry oregano easily at home so you can enjoy it year-round. Oregano keeps its taste when dry and is a great ingredient to have on the seasoning shelf! I like to think that no recipe is complete without the addition of some fresh herbs, particularly Oregano. This is especially true when added …

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  • Drying Radishes
    Drying radishes at home is an easy and quick way to preserve them. They can be used in many different ways and are a great ingredient to have on the shelf, ready to be added to many dishes! Truth be told, years ago radishes were not exactly my go-to veggie. I didn’t have as big …

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  • How to Dehydrate Watermelon
    Learn how to dehydrate watermelon so you can preserve it and enjoy it dry. Dehydrated watermelon slices are often called watermelon jerky, they are sweet, healthy, and easy to carry anywhere! There is nothing I love more than eating a delicious and sweet watermelon, particularly in the spring and summer months. We look forward to …

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  • How to Dehydrate Mushrooms
    Learn how to dehydrate mushrooms at home and preserve them for long-term storage at room temperature. They are easy to add to many dishes or turn into a mushroom powder that you can use as seasoning. What I love about mushrooms is how versatile they are. You can use them on anything from pizza, soups …

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  • How to Dehydrate Pineapple
    Learn how to dehydrate pineapple at home easily so you can enjoy it one more way. Dehydrating pineapples is also a great way to preserve this fruit and enjoy it longer. Sometimes I wish I lived on a tropical island and can have endless amounts of fresh pineapple to pick… and eat, day and night. …

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