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    Marilyn Matthews says:

    I've not done fries but I did do tots. They are delicious out of the dehydrator but due to the oil content they don't last a long time stored. It will help you free up some freezer space for a bit.

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    Eva Myrick says:

    Good day Amanda,
    Any frozen package of vegetables can be dehydrated. The work of blanching has already been done by the food companies.
    Mixed vegetables works great. You don't even have to thaw them out, just spread them out evenly on the dehydrator trays. Frozen corn, broccoli florets, green bean any of the frozen packaged vegetables will work.
    I have not thought of french fries because of the oil content. It will be interesting to see if the oil content on the dehydrated french fries goes rancid.
    I like your dipper. Thanks for sharing this.

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    J T says:

    Hi Amanda, doesn't the oil on the fries limit the storage life of the fries. You got an awesome deal on those fries!. Let us know how long they stay good. Interesting idea. Stay safe & blessings to you & your family. Prayers for your dad. 💜✝🌷


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