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Bred in Brooklyn. Loves Chipotle Burritos. Awkward handshaker. Made out of Craisins. Sims person. Unsure about the beyond. Ponders simplicity. Opera obsessed. Nil.

angeli-thefoodlaboratory:

How To Make Apple Chips with the Sedona Combo Dehydrator

Step 1: Slice apples into thin pieces. I recommend using the Choison V-Slicer. It’s a little pricey, but it makes cutting produce a lot easier. 

Step 2: Load them up on the dehydrating trays. Make sure they are spaced evenly and that each slice don’t touch each other so that they won’t stick together while dehydrating.

Step 3: Set the Sedona Combo Dehydrator to Combo Mode. Set the FAST mode temperature to 155 degrees for 3 hours to jump start the dehydrating process. Then, set the RAW mode temperature to 118 degrees for 5-7 hours to keep the dehydrating process going while still maintaining the raw nature of the food (118 degrees is the temperature that raw food proponents believe that food should only be heat up to to maintain the natural enzymes that are beneficial to our health). 

Step 4: Take out the apple chips from the dehydrator and enjoy!

I had a lot of fun making this haha :)

(Source: angeli-30daychallenge, via glitter-and-be-gay)

stinkywrinkles:

tarmduffin:

I don’t think I will ever be as excited about anything in my life as this dog is about that treat.

Us at dinnertime. I basically do parkour off the kitchen appliances.

(via pugadise)