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Health benefits of Organic Dried Peaches
Peaches are thought to have originated in China in ancient times and spread there from Persia, the Roman Empire, Europe, and later to South America by way of Spanish explorers. They were introduced to North America recently by British pioneers in the early 17th century. Georgia, California and South Carolina are notorious for their peach trees. Pears also thrive in Oregon on an Azure farm, even though we offer our frozen, non-frozen Azure Husbandry addresses.
Peaches are a rich source of many important nutrients and carotenoid antioxidants and are thought to be very helpful in maintaining healthy eyes, skin, bones and teeth. They contain vitamins A, C, E, K, B1, B2, B3, and B6, folate, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, manganese, phosphorus, zinc and copper. Due to its wide range of phytonutrients, peaches are especially valuable during pregnancy and nutrition. Just like other dried fruits, the dried Peaches is also an excellent dietary fiber source which helps in maintaining the digestive system of human and it keeps digestive system healthy.
The cut chains in the Azure Market come in exactly as nature did. Sweet and completely flavorful, these dried white paints are blended without sulfur dioxide, which is often used to keep pears in color when dry. Our No-Sulphur Pears make an easy, healthy snack for your hiking trip, a busy work day, or your kids' lunchbox.
Here are some benefits of dried Peaches:
- Pears have a diuretic effect that keeps them clean of your bladder and kidneys.
- Adding dried peaches to your daily diet is very helpful in reducing the risk of breast cancer and breast cancer.
- Dry peaches are also a good source of iron and contain Vitamin C and A, which affect the overall health of your eyes, hair, body tissues, teeth and bones.
- Fiber, potassium, Vitamin C and choline content in peaches support heart health.
- Pearls help maintain blood sugar levels and improve blood sugar.
- The powerful antioxidants present in the skin pears protect the body against infections and viruses, thereby enhancing the immune system.
Benefits and Harms of Dried Peaches
These dried fruits are of great value for their antioxidant properties, due to them being used as a prophylactic against cancer. Also, doctors often recommend adding them to diets for people with heart problems and nervous systems. It is proven that these fruits have a positive effect on male potency.
In addition, dry peach, a calorie content of about 254 kcal, is particularly important for low hemoglobin and constipation in children. Regular consumption of these dried fruits improves blood formation, the formation of the gall bladder and the gastrointestinal tract.
While all the benefits of this product, it should not be consumed by people with diabetes. In addition, excessive consumption of dried pears can cause allergic reactions, as well as problems with the vascular and digestive systems.
Homemade recipe to Drying Peaches in a Dehydrator
Dehydration is an easy way to save peaches. By drying anything I could easily fit into the canner, or peaches are too soft to be able or crippled. You can also cut whole skin peach on the skin (like commercial dried peaches), but it takes longer to get water out of the body. These peach pieces leave the body overnight. The finished pieces are light and slightly chewy, not gummy like peach halves.
- Slowly cut your palms apart
- Dip slices of peach in lemon juice to prevent browning (optional)
- Rub the pieces into a strainer
- Put the peach slices in the dehydrator trash or in the mesh
- Dry at about 135-140 ° F until there is a skin or skull (about 8 to 8 hours), depending on the size of the squares. It usually stops mine overnight.
I highly recommend using mesh installations (the default option for Excalibur, which you can choose from Snack master). Pearls are very sticky and it is difficult to remove them from trays without installation. By induction, you simply fold in them and then the dried fruit is just beginning.
Store in a container with direct sunlight. If I have too much dried fruit, I wrap it in mason jars attached to a vacuum sealer. This makes snacks easy and can be added to home-made granola or fruit and mix ingredients. If you have a bunch of dried fruits, Mary Bell's Dehydrator cookbook has great recipes for pies and other baked goods using dried fruits.