To stay away from doctors, dry apples and pears, and chew them every day. Applied to large fruit stores, apples and pears are often covered with a thin layer of wax, as it helps to preserve them, preventing air from entering and loss of water through the fruit peel..
Features of drying various fruits and berries, apples, pears, avocados, bananas, coconuts, grapefruits, oranges, lemons, lime, grapes, mangoes, apricots and peaches, melons and watermelons, pancakes made from fruits and vegetables.
To determine this, you need to scrape the apple or pear with a fingernail or knife. If there is wax, it will peel off with thin flakes, as if you had scratched a candle. Waxed apples or pears will have to be peeled – who wants to eat candles?
it is better to cut thinner, thicker slices are pleasant to chew like candy, without preliminary soaking. Eat for pleasure and feel almost in paradise.
Drying Apricots and Peaches.
Apricots and peaches are dried like mangoes, but you don’t need to peel them, wash them well enough. You can dry apricots and peaches in halves by taking out a seed and laying it on top of the trays. Since the halves are thicker than the slices, drying will take a little longer.
Drying melons and watermelons.
Melons of different types, as well as watermelons, can be completely dried. After removing the thick peel and seeds, cut the pulp into 6 mm slices. Dry until the pieces of fruit are firm but not firm. The watermelon peel is rich in chlorophyll, vitamins and minerals – do not throw it away. Using a crushed peel press, you can squeeze the juice. Watermelon seeds are rich in protein, they can be germinated.
Dried papaya is very good. Peel the fruit of the fruit from the peel and seeds and cut into slices either 6 mm thick. Or slices, like quarters of bananas. Slices should be dried to dryness, and slices should be softer so that they are pleasant to chew. There will be a wonderful sweet snack, just a celebration of the soul!
For sale, the bulk of pineapples are still picked green, and then a preparation is introduced that provides ripening after a certain time. This allows you to get a standard product and reduce rejects. By the time the pineapple is ripe, the injection site often becomes almost rotten, it smells of fermentation. Pineapple can be used almost entirely, with the exception of the lower cuttings. From a dense peel, if it is washed and crushed into a paste, pancakes can be made.
Cut the peel from the pineapple, grabbing as little pulp as possible, and cut it into slices in the shape of rings, remove the peephole in the middle. Cut each ring into four parts and can be stacked on trays. Dry well so that the slices become fairly stiff. When soaked, they rehydrate very, very well, becoming almost the same as fresh fruits. If you soak dried pineapple for several hours in cold water, you get a wonderful drink.
All kinds of berries can be dried. You will already forget how to pluck fresh berries, but they will still decorate your morning porridge or fruit smoothie. Raspberries, blackberries, mulberries, blueberries, strawberries, strawberries, cranberries. Any berries are best dried well ripened, but not overripe. Large berries, such as strawberries, are best cut in half to reduce drying time. Dry small and non-hard peeled berries whole.
Pancakes made from fruits and vegetables.
Pancakes can be made from any fruit and vegetables in any combination, picking them to taste. The components are crushed and mixed with a blender or in a meat grinder to make a thick puree. This puree is laid out in a layer from 3 to 6 mm thick. and is dried. The resulting flat sheets are folded into tubes. They can be wrapped in parchment paper and stored for several years. To dry on trays, you first need to put paper or plastic film by bending the corners up so that juice does not flow out through them. Then put the mashed potatoes and smooth it. After about five hours of drying, you can carefully remove the paper or film and continue drying simply on trays. As in ordinary pancakes made from flour, you can wrap various fillings in fruit and vegetable.
Based on Sailing the Farm.