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Does speed of dehydration effect shrink size of dehydrate fruit?

by kevin_tee
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Aug13-14, 12:03 PM
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I want to dry some fruits, but I am curious that if I used high temperature, will the fruit shrink more? I understand that surface tension pull the body of fruit together, causing it to shrink. But does temperature have any effect on the size of fruit after being dehydrate. Is there an easy way to dry a fruit that cause minimal shrinkage? Thanks

I not so sure if this is a scientific question...
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