Introduction to Dehydrating: Fruits, Vegetables and Seed Crackers
In this One-Time class, participants will learn the basics of dehydrating food with a dehydrator, or oven and have the opportunity to dehydrate fruits of choice, sundried tomatoes, kale chips and mixed seed crackers with live instruction.
Ms Gemma, BA(Hons), TEFL
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In this one-time class, participants will be guided how to dehydrate food using both a dehydrator as well as how to dehydrate using an oven for those without access to a dehydrator. Learners will receive an introduction to dehydrating fruit and vegetables such as berries, bananas, mangos, apricots etc. Together, we will prepare a selection of fruits, mushrooms, tomatoes and kale ready to dehydrate and begin the process of making dried fruit snacks, sun dried tomatoes and kale chips. We will...
Dehydrator or Oven Parchment paper Mason jars Choice of fruits, mushrooms Lemon Juice Tomatoes (cherry/grape/roma) Basil leaves Curly kale Olive/coconut oil Nutritional Yeast Garlic powder Onion powder Seed Mix (including flax/chia for the jelling quality) (Pre-soaked, 8 hours) Herbs of choice (I like Italian and paprika) Salt Pepper
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Use of electrical/kitchen appliance and knives.
Ms Gemma, BA(Hons), TEFLPhotographer | Traveller | Vegan | English Teacher
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Hey there! My name is Gemma and I'm from England but have lived around the world! I graduated University with a first-class bachelor’s degree in photography before completing my TEFL certification in Thailand. It's important to do what you love...