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Dehydrated Rose Hips | Commercial Dehydrators

By dehydrating rose hips you can save them for later and use them in teas

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10m
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6-8 hours
Ingredients
  • Rose hips
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  • Rose hips
Instructions
  1. Wash the rose hips well removing any dirt or debris on the fruit
  2. Cut the rose hips in half and remove the seeds and hairs within the bulb
  3. Gently rinse the inside of the rose hips
  4. Place the hips on the dehydrator tray leaving room for proper circulation and dehydrate at 135°F (57°C) for 6-8 hours until the hips are dry, firm and brittle to touch
  5. Store in a jar with an oxygen absorber
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Serves
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Prep time
10m
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Dehydrating time
6-8 hours
Ingredients
  • Rose hips
Ingredients
macros
  • Rose hips
Instructions
  1. Wash the rose hips well removing any dirt or debris on the fruit
  2. Cut the rose hips in half and remove the seeds and hairs within the bulb
  3. Gently rinse the inside of the rose hips
  4. Place the hips on the dehydrator tray leaving room for proper circulation and dehydrate at 135°F (57°C) for 6-8 hours until the hips are dry, firm and brittle to touch
  5. Store in a jar with an oxygen absorber
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