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Turn seasonal vegetables and fruits into long-lasting powders.

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They are natural, rich sources of vitamins, look fabulously bright and colorful without chemistry, have a concentrated and rich taste, are stored for a long time and make it easy to follow a healthy, nutritious diet - all this can be said about powders from fruits, berries and vegetables. It is not known who first came up with the idea of ​​turning vegetables and fruits into powder, but whoever did this was undoubtedly a genius!

Powder is, in fact, dried vegetables and fruits that are ground to a state of powder. In this form, it is very convenient to use them in cooking: for example, to decorate a cake with a pleasant taste and smell and colorful strawberry powder, to enrich the gazpacho soup with a strong tomato flavor and taste, to make a vitamin and very tasty cocktail with water or milk, even if outdoors winter, and so on. The scope of powders is huge! Also great is their benefit. This is a great way to preserve a large amount of harvest, if winter spins are ready for a long time, and vegetables and fruits are still in stock. Try to make your own powder from vegetables and fruits, and you will be surprised at its aroma and rich taste!

Hard vegetables such as beets, swede, turnips, pumpkin, you need to bake in the oven, after wrapping each vegetable in foil. Bake until soft (depending on the size of the vegetable).

Soft vegetables, such as cucumbers and tomatoes, do not need to be pre-baked. In tomatoes, it is desirable to remove the skin. Ripe fruits and berries (pineapple, kiwi, strawberries, apricots, mangoes, blueberries, etc.) are quite soft, so they also do not need baking. They only need to cut into small pieces.

Place a serving of fruit (200 g) in a blender with a quarter cup of water to make the blender easier to work with. Beat until mashed. Thoroughly strain through a sieve. Repeat with all fruits, berries and pre-baked vegetables.

So, you have strained juice and mashed potatoes. Puree put on a baking sheet, covered with baking paper. Send the trays to the oven, heated to the very minimum (about 90-100 degrees), all night.

In the morning, remove the dried mashed potatoes and proceed to the final stage. Using a coffee grinder, grind the pieces into powder.

You have got fragrant powder from fruits, berries and vegetables!

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