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How do you store dehydrated breads/crackers?

Hello wonderfuls.

I've made bread or crackers a few times now, and have put them in tupperware-- but the next day they have incorporated water and get floppy. Anyone have a trick to keeping them from absorbing water from the air?


  • gratefultobegratefultobe Raw Newbie

    Oh good question. My one attempt at crackers was a bust. Flavor & crisp wise.

  • angie207angie207 Raw Newbie

    Move to the desert ;)

  • need to dehydrate them longer, sorry :(

  • blizzful7blizzful7 Raw Newbie

    I don't know the answer, but wanted to bump the question up. I wonder the same thing.

  • ambiguousambiguous Raw Newbie

    make sure whatever you put in your tupperware is cool first!

  • Throw a cotton ball into the container.

  • Annabelle77Annabelle77 Raw Newbie

    A cotton ball? That's an idea-- or maybe just paper towel.

  • randommararandommara Raw Newbie

    Maybe a saltine cracker? I know that works with sugar.

  • Annabelle77Annabelle77 Raw Newbie

    That's a great idea too! Those things are like sponges

  • I store my crackers and breads in the freezer, I wrape the in wax paper, they stay crisp

  • bittbitt Raw Starter

    yes i've noticed this. i tend to like them softer, but then i simply dehydrate the bread a bit more before i eat them. that does the trick. i also keep them in the fridge.

    the other option is to dehydrate them a lot longer. they will be VERY hard like the store-bought stuff.

    oh and the other thing i've done is reduce the amount of water in some recipes.

  • I just threw a batch of onion crackers in the dehydrator, and am very grateful for this information.

    Anyone want to share their favorite cracker recipe?

  • joannabananajoannabanana Raw Newbie

    my favorite cracker is on this site. it's the carrot crackers so just do a search for those . you MUST try them. the flavors were incredible and the house smelled so good. i ate them with sundried tomatoes and olives.

  • randommararandommara Raw Newbie

    These ones are my favorite and stay crispy!


    I make them with the sesame seed option. Love them! You can flavor them with whatever herbs you want. I have some fresh organic thyme that I think I'll try tonight. Good luck!

  • sarawsaraw Raw Newbie

    I've just let mine sit out on the counter for a day. Then I put them in the fridge.

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