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  1. Sheila says

    Do you think this would work with a really soft apple? I just scored a huge bag of Cortlands from the orchard for $5 and would love to try this, but wondering if they would taste good. They are not a good eating apple, but taste great in applesauce! i might just have to give it a try, but it seems like a lot of work to not have it work– and time to wait and see! Thanks for the great idea!

    • Tiffany says

      My first instinct is to say no: if the apple isn’t good to eat, I wouldn’t recommend dehydrating. That said, I’d be inclined to ignore myself and try it anyway, lol. To test you can slice up one apple and skip the soaking – just go straight to the dehydrator. Check it in 8-12 hours and see if it tastes good. If so, it’ll work with the soak. If not, you’re making applesauce!

    • Tiffany says

      Thanks for hosting Sarah! Glad I’m not alone with the appliance love affair, lol. Hope your apples turned out delicious!

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