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Dehydrating tomatoes are easy and delicious.  I first started with dehydration because my husband wanted to make deer jerky.  I then discovered I could preserve fruits, veggies and more.  One of my favorites to dehydrate is tomatoes.  If stored properly, dehydrated tomatoes can last many years.  Soups are delicious with rehydrated tomatoes.
Dehydration removes water in order to preserve foods.  The amount of time it takes to dehydrate depends on the humidity, thickness of the tomato and efficiency of the machine.
You will need:

Instructions:

  • Wash them maters with the veggie wash.
  • Cut off the stem and slice tomatoes 1/4″ thick
  • Arrange slices on the dehydrator trays in a single layer
  • Dehydrate at 135-140 degrees for 10-18 hrs
  • If you have no thermometer then dry them until they are hard and you can crumble it
  • Once dry place them in a mason jar or mylar bag with an oxygen absorber
  • 1 oxygen absorber per quart, 3 per gallon bag

That’s it.  To rehydrate, simply add 2 c. water to 1 c. tomatoes.

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The Eyerly Family is a tight knit family from Texas. Married for 10 years Dane and Deena are the parents to six awesome kids! In 2021 the Eyerly's are leaving normal life behind to travel full-time throughout the United States in their Double Decker Bus which has been converted to a tiny home. Learn more about The Eyerly's here.

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