Ingredients: Kiwi, Sugar, Citric Acid, Sulphur Dioxide
While the kiwi fruit may be small in comparison to some other fruits, dried kiwi slices offer a big amount of flavor. They can satisfy your sweet tooth and tease your tastebuds. The refreshing green color of dried kiwi gives you a visual hint of the refreshing flavor that awaits you as soon as you take your first bite.
You may be able to enjoy the beauty of a kiwi vine and the delicious goodness of the kiwi fruit right from your backyard. You can start your kiwi from seeds you save from an organic kiwi you purchase at the store. You’ll need to wash the seeds to remove the membrane from them. Then place the seeds on a damp paper towel and put the towel inside a plastic storage bag. When you notice the seeds sprouting, they are ready to be planted. The kiwi vine thrives in most types of soil. The vine, which can reach 15 feet in length needs a sturdy support system. It takes a male pollinator plant and a female plant to get those fuzzy little gems from your garden. Kiwi needs full sun to light shade, regular watering, well-drained soil and no fertilizer. You’ll need patience because it takes 3 years to harvest kiwi. While waiting for the fruit, you can enjoy the beauty the vine adds to your garden, landscape, deck or patio. Be sure to check your hardiness zone to choose the best variety for your area and to learn how to properly care for your kiwi vine.
The health benefits of kiwi are extensive. This nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants in this fruit can help support heart, skin, and eye health. It supports a weight loss diet and is acceptable for a diabetic diet. Kiwi helps boost immunity and supplies a variety of anti-aging benefits. It’s a good source of potassium, magnesium and serotonin. Because of its high Vitamin C content, kiwi helps reduce the symptoms of asthma.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps eliminate free radicals. Free radicals can cause a variety of health problems including inflammation and cancer. Vitamin C is highly revered for its role is supporting the immune system. It also helps fight aging, promotes healing and assists with the absorption of iron. Kiwi has bounded to the top of the rankings list for foods that can be considered an excellent source of vitamin C. A 100 gram serving of Kiwi provides 154% of the daily value of vitamin C. Vitamin E also works to protect the body from free radicals. It plays a role in supporting the immune system and heart health. Vitamin E helps protect against cancer. The kiwi fruit surpasses the orange in the amount of antioxidants it provides. As a way to boost your overall health, you might want to make dried kiwi bulk purchases and make dry kiwi a part of your healthy eating plan. You can eat dried kiwi fruit alone as a tasty snack, mix it into homemade snack mixes or sprinkle it over desserts.
Healthy skin helps you retain a youthful appearance. The tiny kiwi fruit can be one of your best anti-aging allies. The amazing amount of vitamin C that is packed into this fuzzy little fruit plays a large role in rejuvenating your skin. Collagen, which helps maintain healthy, attractive skin is dependent on vitamin C. There must be the elimination of toxins and wastes from your body in order for your skin to look healthy. The fiber in kiwi helps with the elimination process. Kiwis have a high amount of vitamin E. One role of Vitamin E is to help the skin stay moisturized. It also aids in the regeneration of skin cells. Vitamin C also contributes to the regeneration process by helping neutralize free radicals that can cause wrinkles and age spots. If you want to retain that youthful look that defies your actual age, enjoy dehydrated kiwi fruit often. Dried kiwi is easy to pack into a lunch bag, stash in a desk drawer or carry in your purse or backpack for a quick, nutritious, anti-aging snack.
You can make dehydrated kiwi in a dehydrator by following a few easy steps. First, you’ll need to mix together a gallon of water and a cup of lemon juice. Set aside. Pell kiwi and cut into ¼ inch slices. Put the slices into the water and lemon juice mixture and let the slices soak for 5 minutes. Remove slices from water, place in a single layer o dehydrator tray. The drying process can take 6 to 8 hours. You should begin checking the slices for dryness after 6 hours. This same preparation method can be used to prepare dried kiwi in the oven. Use the lowest temperature setting and follow the same time schedule and checking method as described for the dehydrator method. Store dry kiwi in an airtight container.
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