I had a hankering for a treat and thought I’d try something new. I love the tang of apple cider vinegar so that was the star of what might end up being a new fave of mine - sea salt and cider vinegar kale chips
Might not be the first thing you would think to slice and dice for the dehydrator but push forward, it is certainly worth it! Placed atop salads, vegetables and fish it provides the perfect variety of textural sensation for the palate.
I had a few left over raw sweet potatoes from the dog cookies I’m making for my buddies, so I sliced them very thin with my mandolin, tossed them in olive oil and dehydrated them. Sweet mama, I made delicious sweet potato chips!
Yes, it’s true! Cucumber chips!
A tad laborious but completely delicious!
Since I have always been a sucker for vinegar dill potato chips I figured I’d do the same to the cucumber chips. Salt, vinegar, dill and garlic here we go!
In the Northeast, cold weather hearty greens crops are currently in full swing. Heather shows us another way to use chard: dehydrated chard chips. When dehydrated at a low setting, it’s a raw food with plenty of nutrients like vitamins A, K, and C.
Different preparations and presentations of commonplace foods can generate newfound excitement over a healthy snack. A perfect example is beet chips. I found myself cooking some up one day with my then three-year-old. While I knew we both loved beets