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  1. 5 stars
    I did these after the lemon ones and they were excellent, your instructions were clear and really helped me get my head around this airfrying way of cooking, many thanks.

  2. 5 stars
    Yes i have tried these as well, they were gorgeous as i love fruit and to find new ways of cooking it is great for me, i have now tried all your dehydrates hope you are doing more? 😉

  3. Do you eat the peel too?? Forgive my ignorance. I have never had dehydrated orange before. Is it sweeter? More sour? Some dehydrated fruits end up being more sour than sweet. Freeze dried as well. So, I’m just curious. We got a lot of free fruit, and I don’t want to end up throwing it away. So, I thought this would be an awesome way to keep them longer.

    1. Hi Melinda,

      Alot of people do eat the peel and we tried it but preferred just the fleshy sticky bit. They tasted like chewy orange sweets but the oranges were really sweet before we de-hydrated them, so it depends on what the fruit was like before de-hydrating them. Give them a try and see if they are something you could get into, hopefully you will like them and have a great use for your free fruit 🙂

  4. 5 stars
    Well, there may be more oranges in Spain and Portugal, but they are not at all the same as Florida oranges. Generally, they are smaller, tarter and thinner skinned, making them harder to peel. Europeans are proud of their countries, as they should be, but they tend to tell Americans only the juice, leaving people with the impression that everything is better in Europe. Most times in Euro land, one is left with much more pulp in reality.

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