Dehydrated Foods: Dried Apples & Apple Fruit Leather

This video is one of a series of four produced by the Oregon State University Extension Service in Clackamas County that explains the Oregon Farm Direct Marketing Law (OFDML) and illustrates science-based, step-by-step food preservation techniques. In this video we demonstrate how to dry foods to produce dried apples and apple fruit leather using a dehydrator. For more information on the OFDML, or food preservation recipes and techniques, you can go to https://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog/pub/em-9205-oregons-farm-direct-marketing-law-producer-processed-value-added-products or https://extension.oregonstate.edu/mfp/publications

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