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how do i dry figs

hot to dry/dehydrate fresh figs
asked May 28, 2014 by anonymous

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Figs are easy to dry out to whatever degree you want . Slice them in half . Put a sheet of tin foil on the bottom of your oven .

Put a toothpick threw each fig half and suspend it from one of the grates in your oven .You can put hundreds of these , hanging from a grate in the oven . Turn the oven down as low as you can get it . Put a teaspoon in the oven door at the very top to keep it cracked open . This is so to let the moisture out . I have done banana's and all kinds of fruit this way. Beef jerky comes out great also. When the figs are done to how you like them . freeze them or keep them in the fridge .
answered Jul 3, 2014 by wnight1 (800 points)

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