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    Palisade peaches

    Just bought 4 boxes of these beauties. This weekend I will slice them up and put them on the dehydrator. These are possibly the finest treats in the world to have in hunting camp.

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    While you are doing the peaches you also need to do some pineapple. When you eat the dried pineapple it is like a pure sugar boost.

    I'll mix up peaches, apples, pineapple, and whatever other kind of fruit that I like into vacuum bags that I get from Cabela's that are resealable once you open them. My only problem is that once they are open I usually eat all of what is in it and never use the zip seal so that I can save some for later.
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    Those are so good! They have stands up in Gillette, we have been eating Flathead Cherries and peaches until we are sick. I need a dehydrator, we have canned the extras, but good idea with the dehydrator. The peaches make awesome muffins, too.

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    Gotta watch out how much of the fresh fruit you eat....have to take a full roll of TP with you!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granby guy View Post
    Just bought 4 boxes of these beauties. This weekend I will slice them up and put them on the dehydrator. These are possibly the finest treats in the world to have in hunting camp.
    Do you peel them first? How do you slice yours? I have a box being delivered soon and was wondering what to do with them. Our church sells them for a fund raiser...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    Do you peel them first? How do you slice yours? I have a box being delivered soon and was wondering what to do with them. Our church sells them for a fund raiser...
    Yes peel them first then cut into 1/4" slices. Just make sure they are ripe. My friend got in a hurry and dried them before they were ripe and they weren't very good at all.

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