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How can I test fruit leathers for dryness?

Fruit leathers may take 6 to 24 hours to dry. They are dry when they have a leathery appearance and are pliable to roll up jelly-roll fashion. Test by separating leather from plastic wrap. If it separates easily, it is done.                 



Barbara Willenberg, Nutritional Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia




Last update: Tuesday, May 05, 2009



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