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Ginger

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This is a favorite at our house as we love gingered carrots, ginger tea and all things asian.  Put just a few of the dry pieces in a dish and you will be amazed at the flavor and you can't beat the convenience!

1) Wash the ginger and cut or break off the arms so you have individual sections.

2) Peel each section

3) Slice the ginger sections into slices about 1/8" thick.  I use a mandolin (carefully!) but you could use a knife as well.
Tip:  When using the mandolin, don't try to get the last tiny piece to go through the blades - use the next section to finish the last cut by pushing with the 'new' section.
4) Arrange the ginger slices on dehydrator trays in a single layer

Set dehydrator for 125 degrees and turn on.

Drying will take from 5-9 hours
Ginger is done when the pieces are brittle.



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