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Making fruit leather

I've been reading the Encyclopedia of Country Living and found a recipe for fruit leather, which is a dried puree. We decided to give it a shot with some of our ripe tangerines.

We sliced them up, peeled them, and sifted out the seeds.

There were a freaking TON of seeds too. We had to go through the bowl for about fifteen minutes to get them, and we still missed a few.

Then it went into a blender with a bunch of beauty berries.

Then it went into the oven on 140. It still hasn't dried, but it's only been in there a few hours. We'll give it another few, and hopefully it'll turn into a dried, chewy sheet. We can store it in the freezer indefinitely, and it'll make a nutritious, no-sugar-added snack.


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