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CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (67,852)
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10/17/12 12:10 A

mine were always chewy

IMREITE SparkPoints: (377,450)
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10/16/12 8:51 P

no recipe, just slice them up and put them i my food dehydrator at the fruit setting for about 8 hours.

commercially made ones generally have added chemicals

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10/16/12 3:04 A

Guys,I would be thankful if you give me recipe of this chips.

LOPTR27 SparkPoints: (14,424)
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10/16/12 2:31 A

I make my own as well, and I think they are a little softer than store bought ones. I'm not entirely sure, because I haven't had store bought ones in years. Most of the other fruit I dry is pretty hard, just not the bananas.

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10/15/12 10:22 P

I have a food dehydrator and i do bananas. After a few attempts i have noticed that they still do not end up as hard/brittle like store bought ones. I do not use any kind of chemical treatment on them so i think that might be why,

Does anyone else make their own and do they end up soft or hard?

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