RECIPE: What/Where are Dehydrated Bananas?

tresbelle3April 3, 2007

Are they the dried fruits you find in the raisins section in the supermarket? I am looking at making a Granola recipe and it calls for "dehydrated banana". Any thoughts?

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grainlady_ks

"Dehydrated" bananas are readily available and look like slices of bananas and are crispy and dry. I can get them at all our grocery stores and Super Wal-Mart, as well as the health food store. They are also called banana chips.

You can also make your own if you have a dehydrator, but they are usually leathery instead of crisp.

-Grainlady

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