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How To Make Dehydrated Mandarins / Preserve with Dehydrator


How To Make Dehydrated Mandarins / Preserve with Dehydrator

Preserving the abundance of Mandarin Oranges, that are on the tree, at the end of winter and early spring makes perfect sense to me.

We have spent the winter enjoying the Mandarins fresh, keeping our bodies fuelled with daily vitamin C and it's time to preserve the rest, for variety and convenience, for the rest of the year.

Heating Citrus, destroys the vitamin C, however there is still fibre, Vitamin A and other nutrients contained in the fruit, making it a good snack or addition to breakfast, desserts and baking.


Temperature for dehydrating Mandarins is 135F or 57C

The variables in dehydrating Times are:

- All machines are different

- The size and juiciness of what you are dehydrating

- The Temperature and Humidity of the room you are dehydrating in

So times are going to be different for you and you just have to be sure there is no moisture in your fruit before you store it in the air proof container.


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Elissa Jayne

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00:00 Dehydrate Mandarin Zest & Peel

01:00 Dehydrate Mandarin Slices

03:20 How To Use Dehydrated Mandarins

04:30 Dehydrating Mandarin Temperature / Time

05:47 How To Test if Mandarins are dehydrated

06:37 Why dehydrate Mandarins

07:42 More Information on Dehydrating and Preserving Mandarins


Welcome to Moat Cottage Homesteading, I'm Elissa and here at Moat Cottage, we raise and grow and process some of our own free range meat, organic vegetables and fruit. We grow all of our herbs for both eating and medicinal purposes as well as hunt, fish and forage.

We preserve our produce for the year ahead by canning, dehydrating, fermenting and freezing and we work on being prepared for emergency situations.

We don't like plastic, chemicals and artificial fragrances and are trying to live an older style life, balanced with this modern world lifestyle.


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