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I have a dehydrater, but no instructions on how to use it. How can I dehydrate beets?

I have lots of beet/s. Do you have instructions on how to dehydrate them?
asked Aug 18, 2014 by Lucy

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I just par cook them , peel them , slice 1/4" to 3/8" thick . then I lay them out in my dehydrator & I only have a " cheap" one & then I just dehydrate them until they are totally crispy. Then I store them in a mason jar with a band & seal. They are even a good snack in this way but you can reconstitute them with warm water. They are great dipped in flour & fried in butter for a real earthy farm tasting side dish or vegetable plate.
answered Aug 21, 2014 by onemtygod@yahoo.com
You might try looking that dehydrator's name up on the internet and downloading the information and copy it.  Good luck with your unit..........Happy Summer!!!
answered Aug 21, 2014 by josie (51,120 points)
I just washed them good. Peeled them. Sliced them with a potato slicer on my grator. then dehydrated til crisp.
answered Aug 26, 2014 by Just Deb