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Thanks metreebug.. :)
I like the picture!
So there is another reason for being part of the Project Noah.. :D
that gives me an incentive to try my dehydrator. Thanks!
My dehydrator leaves no moisture behind. Just give it a try.. I make the Roll ups from 100 Fruit, no sugar or syrup. Pineapple/Mango/Passions-fruit/Banana is really nice!
Roll ups is a great idea. I have a dehydrator, have not tried it yet. I heard that it does not dehydrate 100 percent. Leaves moisture behind.
I make Mango Fruit Roll Ups.. Dehydrate them.. Pickle them.. Freeze them!! I have found a 1000 ways to use them.. I even made RUM POT!! Dehydrating is great for apple too!
what do you do with the yeild?I usually freeze my tomatoes. The lemon yield I am able to deal with. But the apples are sometimes out of control and it is a shame to see them being wasted. and this I am talking about one apple tree only.
Mmmm I love Green Mango Pickle or Mango Chutney! I made that last year and just finished the last glass! We have lots of trees in the neighborhood and most people here don't like Mangoes!
it is so difficult to get really raw and crisp mangoes for making pickle. The raw are 6 dollars for two mangoes. Even after paying that much you might end up getting tender ones which have begun to ripe.I was planning on making pickle in mustard oil this time. Will have to go back to the chinese store to see if they might still have some.The pickle is very tasty with rice and lentils.dal.
I can't wait for the Mangoes to grow.. My tree just has the first flowers!
I love raw mangoes too!
I just had Mango-Passions-fruit jam for breaky..
Just had part of a Mango for breakfast. They are so good!
Spotted on Oct 25, 2010 Submitted on Jul 13, 2011
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