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Old 09-25-09, 01:40 PM   #7
bennelson
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I just checked the dryer.

Even though we have had all the rain and humidity, the apples ARE still drying out, but not at the rate I would expect with better weather.

I think all they would need right now is just ONE DAY of sunlight and NON-100% humidity.

My big concern with all the rain is a chance of any mold forming on the apples due to the humidity before they dry.

It was just unfortunate that I just started a big batch right when the bad weather hit.

I still have 3 gallons of Asian Pears, which are SO GOOD dried, but I need some better weather and peeling and chopping time first.
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