Crunchy Salad

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Dry them!

Went in at 165 degrees at 8:07, all done at 10:47, save for tomatoes… Tomatoes done at… . Rotate trays every 1-2 hours.

Tip: For vegetables like tomatoes, scrape out the seeds and start the juiciest/greasiest foods out on the bottom rack. This way they won’t drip all over the other layers.


Makes 2 cups of crunchy salad.

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Per serving: 78 Cals.; 4 g Carbs.; 1 g Fiber; 3 g Net Carbs. ; 22 g Protein

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  1. What kind of leaf is that?

  2. Did you use any salt/pepper or other seasonings during the drying process? Or dressing? Or dip?

  3. Great idea!! I bought a dehydrator but forget to use it! I love the idea of doing this with salad fixings though. 🙂

  4. Hmmm,… how much time for the tomatoes? I am not particularly clever regarding cuisine and cooking, I think you are using mushrooms, tomatoes, green stuff (spinach?). Are their other things I should add to the mix? Can you dehydrate pepperoni too? I do have a dehydrator for a long time but haven’t used it yet… /sigh. tyia

  5. HOW COOOL! I have always wanted a dehydrator!! 🙂 I would put EVERYTHING in there.

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