Crispy, ultra light super easy chip.
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Slice zuchinni into strips and place in a bowl with the olive oil and crushed garlic for about 10 minutes or so, mixing it around so all is well covered. Spread the mixture out on dehydrator tray and sprinkle with sea salt and paprika. You could use more or less depending on your tastes. Dehydrate on around 105 for about 8 hours or so, although some of mine were done before then. It hit my chip desires.

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Crispy, ultra light super easy chip.

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hmmm, sorry about that randommara, I usually slice mine lengthwise, dehydrating has that effect on stuff though

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Mine shrunk down to a ridiculously small size and I made my chips from whole zucchinis cut in half.

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I am thinking that maybe some of the zuchs may be old and started to get pourous, so they are soaking up too much oil, it really shouldn't be that soaked, so the fresher ones are getting crispy, sorry about that, all I can suggest is make sure that they are as fresh as possible and don't soak them, just brush em in and quick out. Also, be sure you are getting them thin enough.

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What am I doing wrong? When I add the zuch to the oil, some the them soak it up, while others hardly get any. After dehydrated, some are extremely greasy while the rest of the chips are just crunchy. How do I get the zuchinni to be uniformly coated??

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Your carrot cake rocked. I devoured them in no time I have to make more soon! LOL

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hey... now i have to try one of your recipes out lol, i think im gunna do this one. that carrot cake is awasome isn't it . thanks for trying it out

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Oh tdg that sounds nummy! I have some so I am going to try this recipe~! thanks!

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YUMMY!!! These were so easy and yummy. I sliced them in rounds. I used a homemade ranch dressing mix and some cayenne pepper. Even my non-raw picky eater husband liked them. That is good news in that maybe there is hope for him yet. It is bad news because now I have to hide a little stash for me or I won't get to enjoy them!!

Thanks so much for the recipe!!!

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I am making some of these today with a little ground rosemary and a bit more garlic. I sliced them into circles so we will see how they come out!

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I have had to occassionally rub the trays with a light coating of olive oil. That and since I can't keep my hands off them, I have flipped them to see if they were done earlier.

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these were great! but i had a problem with them sticking to the trays. any suggestions?

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I have a nesco which I absolutely love, it wasn't too too expensive, around 70 dollars or so, but it does have adjustable temperatures, from 95 degrees up to 190. I left it on 105 because it seemed like an ok temperature that wouldn't take too long. I actually ate them ALL up as quick as they were done. Loved it!

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Hi, what kind of dehydrator do you have (brand)? I just purchased one from Walmart (needed somthing I could afford) and I don't think it has an ajustment for heat.

I would love to try making some of these chips.

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