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Frozen Vegetables

If you are new to dehydrating, check out the Dehydrating FAQs Page - it will answer a LOT of your questions!

Frozen vegetables are super easy to dehydrate. They have already been blanched, so all you have to do is pour them out on the trays!

1) Open the bag of frozen vegetables and spread out in a single layer on the dehydrator trays.
I like okra (think Gumbo) but I find that the sliced okra also has the stem end of the okra pod (which is not great to eat) so make sure and check your vegetables for anything you may want to remove before dehydrating.



2) Set dehydrator temperature at 125 degrees.

Drying will take from 6-9 hours
Vegetables are done when they are brittle.
(I typically put everything in the dehydrator in the late afternoon and when I get up in the morning, everything is finished).
One of the great things about dehydrating frozen vegetables is that you can do a mix - in this picture I have dehydrated spinach, green peas and sliced okra, but you could do carrots or other vegetables, too.

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