Not a typo, tomato chips. I’ve discovered that when I have a whole lot of Roma tomatoes, some should be dehydrated, cos they are very good. We’ve eaten a lot, froze some, made the tomato sauce, and shared some, and they’re still coming. So, I haven’t dehydrated anything in a couple years and I’m glad I tried this.
They are sweet and a little crisp and I started doing them to put them in recipes over the winter, but I like them so much just the way they are, that they might not last till winter. They are so good to just eat, or toss into a salad for a little crunch.
Years ago I bought an inexpensive dehydrator. It doesn’t have choices of heat settings etc; only a good fan and an on/off switch, but it sure works well for the times I need it.
Another way to preserve some of the blessing of the earth, which are soon over for this year. And the wheel continues to turn.
The tomato chips looks very delicious. I must be great to grow and eat food from your own garden. Maybe I should give it a try with some chocolate and coffee beans…?? 😉
😜 Herman, I don’t know……maybe you better stick with stuff from the store for that good stuff. You’re a little far north for those crops. Hope you’re having a good weekend and staying safe. Here, we Iive in chaos, lies, bull shit, and our west coast is on fire. Other than that, we’re ok. Myself, thankfully, we’re ok here. 😊
How rad! I have not tried it yet. Ours got canned. There were none to can this year because the garden was abandoned . . . three times, and any produce that happened to be surplus was shared with neighbors who are underemployed because of the current ‘situation’.
It’s good to share, especially in the situation you were in this year with the fires. Next year you can try dehydrating some. I hope you are still all ok there.
We are well here, but so many nearby are not so well. It is saddening.
Watching the videos on the news, with tears in my eyes. So much…………be well, you and yours.