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Dehydrating Your Own Applesauce

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Dehydrating Your Own Applesauce

Postby ReadyMom » Sun Mar 19, 2017 10:52 pm

Has anyone dehydrated their own apple sauce? I just threw out about 10 jars of apple sauce that was a number of years old. We didn't use it fast enough (as the kids grew older) and it turned brown in the jars! I'm replacing it all with dehydrated or freeze dried. I have a dehydrator, so I could dehydrate my own (I think). Not sure what the shelf life would be, doing it myself vs purchasing the #10 cans.

(I've posted a question, over on the general food forum asking for input on purchasing those cans). Apple sauce has been one of my 'live & learn' items in food storage. :( -k
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