Berry leather and chips
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Berry leather and chips
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:08:26 AM. Recipe ID 34918. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Berry leather and chips
 Categories: Dehydrator, Fruits, Snacks, Alaska
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
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  The ingredients may be a bit uncommon....but the theory is the same,
  no matter what fruit you use, so make cherry leather...or orange
  leather...or....well you get the idea.
  
  PUREES, FRUIT LEATHERS & CHIPS: Fruit leathers are dried leathery
  sheets of pureed fruit. Fruit chips are made from crisp fruit leather
  that breaks easily. Both have tangy, concentrated fruit flavor that
  makes them a favorite snack for anyone, especially handy to pack in a
  lunch or rucksack. Much of the following information about making
  purees, fruit leathers and chips and the individual recipes are
  excerpted and adapted from University of Alaska Cooperative Extension
  Service Bulletin P-228, "Fruit Leather"
  
  PUREE: To make berry purees, rinse berries, drain, put in a blender
  and blend until the consistency of thick puree. Most berries do not
  need to be cooked. Salmonberries and highbush cranberries have larger
  seeds and should be put through a sieve after blending to remove
  seeds.
  
  Posted on GEnie Food & Wine RT Nov 09, 1993 by COOKIE-LADY [Cookie]
  
  MM by MMCONV and Sylvia Steiger, GEnie THE.STEIGERS, CI$ 71511,2253,
  Internet sylvia.steiger@lunatic.com, moderator of GT Cookbook and
  PlanoNet Lowfat & Luscious echoes
  




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Recipe ID 34918 (Apr 03, 2005)

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