How to make fruit chips, drinking lots of water

How to make fruit chips, drinking lots of water


As I mentioned in the last video, I enjoy drinking water with fruit chips on it these days Among them, beetroot is my favorite Today, I’m going to tell you guys how to make fruit chips First, thoroughly wash the fruits with baking soda Since the skin will be dried as well, Soak the fruits in water with baking soda for a while, then scrub their surface I peeled beetroots with a peeler The color is so rich that there are red stains everywhere But don’t worry, they will be washed out easily I’ll dry beetroots, grapefruits and green tangerines this time Cut them into slices as thin as possible ‘It’s hard to be dried when they are too thick’ ..I’m aware that, but this is the limit of my hands… I better just do it as best I can Now I gotta use my food dehydrator It’s light, reasonable as well as useful I sometimes make treats for Bebe with it Grapefruits now Much harder to cut them into thin slices… It’s also a good idea to cut them into halves or quarters as they are pretty big Place the slices on trays without overlapping Dry them at 70℃ for about 12hrs Flip over sometimes and change the order of trays Pretty green tangerines that you can see only around this time After thoroughly washing them, slice and dry them as before Or put them in a jar with sugar at a 1:1 ratio to make green tangerine syrup Back to the chips, leave them in the dehydrator at 70℃ for 12hrs Not necessary to observe the temperature and time Adjust depending on the condition Gorgeous fruit chips have been complete in this way The color of green tangerines looks particularly amazing Place all the dried chips in a jar Thinly sliced beetroots, which are good enough to make tea with Once they are dried like this, they may be stored for 3months at room temperature and a year in the fridge Drinking water with fruit chips makes me drink water more often than drinking just plain water In that way, I even changed my habit of drinking water very little Above all, I like the beetroot water because it tastes as delicate as corn-silk tea As an ade made of syrup or honey, sparkling water and fruit chips in hot weather Feels cool already The ade that I enjoy very often these days When I’m not well, or during chilly seasons, I just pour hot water onto fruit chips and drink it as tea Fragrant tea full of vitamins Quite fun to grab some of those chips in winter, which I dried in summer, like a squirrel That was about how I make my fruit chips Thank you for watching my video