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Has anyone tried dehydrated apple sauce from any of the prep-food vendors? I just threw out about 10 jars of apple sauce that was a number of years old. We didn't use it fast enough (as the kids grew older) and it turned brown in the jars! I'm replacing it all with dehydrated or freeze dried. Live & learn, as you prep.
I found this sale going on, right now. https://www.thereadystore.com/saratoga- ... pple-sauce -k
I have. Dehydrated it in a Nesco dehydrator on fruit roll up trays. Dried it down to brittle. Used it on camping trips to add to oatmeal for breakfasts. Works great along with a little sugar and cinnamon. Also have made peach sauce for same reason and same way. A little sugar and non-dairy creamer into the oatmeal is good for that. If you don't mind pink oatmeal same with strawberry sauce
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ReadyMom, we bought some from beprepared.com, it tastes good, but 45 servings was 29.95, I may have to try your vendor to see how it tastes, (cheaper).
Honeyville has a 20% off sale on all food items March 20 and 21st, Code spring20.
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The Emergency Essentials Applesauce is on sale ($20.52) right now through Walmart.com. Shipping on orders over $35 is Free. You do have to add sugar to this applesauce to make it taste like what we're used to.
We also threw out dozens of 1/2 used jars of applesauce that got lost in the fridge. We switched to buying cases of the little cups and never have any waste. Haven't had a problem keeping them rotated as the shelf life is pretty long.
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