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    My dad has diverticulitis, I seed a lot of things. So he can eat them. He doesn’t like dried tomatoes, although, I’m not sure how I would seed those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken lady View Post
    My dad has diverticulitis, I seed a lot of things. So he can eat them. He doesn’t like dried tomatoes, although, I’m not sure how I would seed those.
    I was thinking tomato juice or aspic, maybe--but that makes perfect sense.

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    Iíve never worried about tomato seeds. Or skins for that matter. I stick blender tomato sauce so the already soft seeds get ground up into liquid.

    Iím also a fan of using the dehydrator and making sun dried tomatoes. Keep them as dried in the fridge and then a day before I want sun dried tomatoes I put what I will use in olive oil with a little basil garlic and salt.

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    Food prep day is underway! Have the sourdough made and rising on the counter, cookies for my mechanic made (car getting dropped off today to be worked on tomorrow - I like to bake for them - lol), and breakfast egg dish for the week is in the oven. I'll be starting on the fridge - seeing what is in there and figuring how to use it all up.
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    Made spaghetti pie for dinner and have another in the freezer. Also have some chicken in mango sauce for later in the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken lady View Post
    for example - last night I filled the dehydrator with green beans to make snacks.
    Finally did a batch of green beans on the dehydrator. Little olive oil and some sea salt and then left on overnight so they would be REALLY dried and crunchy. I love them! Thanks so much for this!
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