Food DehydratingHow To Dehydrate Asparagus

How To Dehydrate Asparagus

If you have extra asparagus when it is in season learn how to dehydrate asparagus and preserve it the easiest way. No standing over the canner, just prep it and you can get on with other things while the dehydrator does the work. Classified as a plant, asparagus is very commonly used in cooking. It is also eaten as a vegetable. Vegetables are always preferable when it comes to eating in a healthy manner and this particular plant is no exception.

How To Dehydrate Asparagus

You will see asparagus available in the farmer’s market in a generous amount as soon as the spring season sets in. Fresh asparagus have a very soothing green colour which also gives your food a vibrant, fresh and healthy look. Asparagus has many health benefits. It is highly rich in nutrients; it helps fight cancer, has a great amount of antioxidants packed into it, gives your brain power a boost and is natural diuretic. It is not uncommon for people to buy in bulk and store food.

Therefore, when spring begins, you will find people buying asparagus in a large amount. In this post from the Preparedness Mama, the author, Shelle, has described a method to preserve large amounts of asparagus. She describes how she bought it in bulk but had to go out of town for a while. She needed a quick way to store the vegetable safely and she found this method to be very interesting. It works well and you can add the dehydrated asparagus to soups or serve with a sauce over it after rehydration.


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Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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