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11 Responses to “Our General Store…Fruit”

  1. Michelle says:

    Dehydrated… I have been buying bags of them in the canned fruit section of Walmart… next to the raisens… I will reconstitute them as needed.

  2. admin says:

    I have never tried reconstituting bananas. Does it really work? I guess I’ll have to try for myself

  3. Michelle says:

    I havn’t tried either but figure even if it is extra mushy it would work… otherwise, short of a bananna tree in the desert I don;t know how to store them????
    I wonder if they would have to be reconstituted to work in a BRAT diet sort of way?

  4. Rebecca, I noticed that pears were on sale this week (at least in my area), if they’re on sale in your area, you might try making some pear sauce and either canning or freezing it.

    My family doesn’t care a whole lot for apple sauce (though they will eat it) but they love pear sauce. I’ve already put up mine for this year, but if I do get some more, I’m thinking I might make this recipe and can it.

    http://foodperson.com/2009/08/22/pear-windfall-makes-fine-pear-sauce/

    I’d have to triple it to make it worthwhile to can but I like that it has ginger in it which is also known to soothe upset tummies.

  5. bzymama says:

    Thanks for the tip. I will have to look for them. I do sometimes freeze bananas for smoothies, but I think that and banana bread are about all that they are good for after being frozen.

  6. admin says:

    Great idea. Ginger is great for an upset stomach and for flu recovery. Tha is why we store ginger ale, just make sure it has real ginger, Canada Dry has real ginger.

  7. Yep, we store Canada Dry ginger ale too because it has real ginger in it. And we really prefer the taste of Canada Dry compared to other brands.

    Here’s a little trick: sometimes when the kids were little… the fizz would be too much for an upset stomach, so I’d either let it go flat or stir in a little bit of sugar to take the fizz out.

  8. bzymama says:

    Good tips about the Ginger ale. All of this is very timely as my 6 year old was throwing up last night…I guess this is my practice run for H1N1.

  9. Charlene Blackburn says:

    Learned from another blog how to make reconstituted applesauce from dehydrated apples. It is so yummy. I love it. I think it tastes better after it sits in the refrigerator for a few hours. This recipe is adapted from Everydayfoodstorage.com. You could add 3 T red hot candies in place of the cinnamon and sugar if you wanted.

    * 2 cups dehydrated apples
    * 2 cups boiling water
    * 3/4 cup craisins (optional)
    * 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional)
    * 1 teaspoon sugar (optional)

    1. Place the dehydrated apple slices and craisins in a blender. Top the fruit with the boiling water. Add in the cinnamon and sugar. Allow to soak for about 5 minutes. Process in your blender to desired consistency.
    2. Refrigerate.

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