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    the farm is all out of apples till last of august but they had cling peaches for 10.00 a peck so i got a peck-just got done 7 quarts and 5 pints of whole spiced peaches --im hot and tired but thats more for the pantry

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    You are one busy lady.

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    Wow, you've been busy! How large is your family? It would take me and hubby FOREVER to use everything you've dried and canned so far this summer.

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    I admire you. Can you dehydrate peaches? How about nectarines? Need to find my dehydrator. And actually learn it all over again.
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    ill answer both questions 1 there only me and my SO and 2 yes you can dehydrate peaches and nectarines i would have but all 3 of my dehydrators are full spiced apple slices and b chicken breasts cut into little pieces that were boiled first to be used in my soup starters

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    I love spiced peaches yum. I'll be right over said the little Red Hen.lol
    Would you tell more about the chicken?? Are you dehydrating it? or canning it? Wasn't quite sure.

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    i follow the recipe here on youtoub -double click the video and get all the chapters [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkvMScLWtZ4]YouTube - Dehydrating chicken for long-term food storage[/ame]

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