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cut broccoli into pieces. Toss with olive oil, and season to your liking. You can use your hands to really rub the mixture into the broccoli. I use about a tablespoon of agave nectar if I had to guess. Place pieces in the dehydrator, and dehydrate for 3 hours.

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Wow! I'm going to try this, I've got a 1 week old brocolli sitting there and I don't know what to do with it. Thanks.

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Yes, it softens it, like it is steamed. I love it, and the kids eat it up too. If you dehydrate too long though, they get too chewy. I still like them this way too.
nanamensah, I like your idea too!!
I thought about tossing the broccoli with some braggs,agave,onion, garlic, and ginger.
Put that over some sprouted quinoa. I'm hungry.

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I make this...for a variation, replace the agave with 1/2 cup fresh oj and the garlic/onion powder with fresh chopped garlic. So good!

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Hi, saraw, Does this significantly soften the broccoli? I hope. I could do cauliflower with it? I love it crispy and raw with a dip, but this would be a whole new thing if it softens. I look forward to ordering my dehydrator this fall, so I have no experience yet - hat to bug ya. Thank you for further info.

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