Be sure to read where they are grown.
We do not knowingly buy stuff from NON-English speaking countries or western Europe or Japan.
Due to food safety laws and cultural understanding of hygiene.
In 1991 I visited Hong Kong on business and learned how shrimp paste was made.
In the Members Stories forum
I do fruits in my dehydrator, huge multi-tray unit I got on ebay. Fan driven with nice temp controller.
Once I used the RONCO [round] pos - unevenly burned or underdone things.
I find dipping foods in lemon juice and or dredging in powdered sugar works best for fruits.
And the really wet stuff use parchment paper or silicone mats, so they don't adhere to the trays.
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