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Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?

 
AlwaysBlazed
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Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
Basically a few of my new favorite recipes require them and I'm tired of buying the little jars. I could find somewhere to buy them in bulk but I'd much rather grow my own tomatoes and have my own stash!

Any tips from the foodies or preppers?
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04/12/2021 11:08 AM
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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
I don't even understand the concept.

Why would you ruin a nice, juicy tomato??

Same with grapes.

Terrible!
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04/12/2021 11:10 AM
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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
Purchase a dehydrator. Slice tomatoes and place on dehydrator until dry. Place in jar with olive oil.
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04/12/2021 11:26 AM

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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
I don't even understand the concept.

Why would you ruin a nice, juicy tomato??

Same with grapes.

Terrible!
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The flavor is entirely different! I hate the taste of raw tomatoes though I'm not over here eating straight sundried tomatoes either.

Plus the preservation factor. Raw tomatoes will go bad quickly but dried and jarred ones I'm assuming could last for years.
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04/12/2021 11:33 AM
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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
I don't even understand the concept.

Why would you ruin a nice, juicy tomato??

Same with grapes.

Terrible!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80239257


The flavor is entirely different! I hate the taste of raw tomatoes though I'm not over here eating straight sundried tomatoes either.

Plus the preservation factor. Raw tomatoes will go bad quickly but dried and jarred ones I'm assuming could last for years.
 Quoting: AlwaysBlazed


You hate the taste of raw tomatoes?
WTF?

They are a wonderful fruit.

The only point of "sundried" is poor people doing it to stretch their food supply, and then pretentious foodies pretending to marvel at it.
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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
Purchase a dehydrator. Slice tomatoes and place on dehydrator until dry. Place in jar with olive oil.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33600588


Dehydrator -yes-
olive oil No.
Botulism problems
Just dry in a jar and oil before use.
Organic Tomatoes from my garden all year
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04/12/2021 11:34 AM
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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
A food grade 3-D printer may be a solution.
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04/12/2021 11:50 AM

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Re: Anyone here make sundried tomatoes?
Purchase a dehydrator. Slice tomatoes and place on dehydrator until dry. Place in jar with olive oil.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33600588


I don't even bother with the olive oil. Just vacuum seal them up.
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