Question about Dryers
Yes it is possible though i have not tried it yet. the figs never last long enough around here ;)
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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Yes there is, in freeze-drying process they use a cold temperature
and in dehydrated food they use warm temperature. In the freeze-frying process
the fresh foods are frozen first then the moisture removed in a vacuum chamber
and since the food remains frozen during the process, the food's cell structure
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