Soak fruit for 10 minutes, drain and blot dry with a lint-free towel. Preheat the oven to 130-160 degrees F. Use a lower temperature for thin sliced fruits such as apples or peaches. Strawberries and other whole berries love the higher heat. Arrange fruit in a single layer, and do not allow pieces to touch.
What kind of vegetables can you dry?
You Can Also Dry Vegetables. In addition to fruits, many kinds of vegetables — including beans, peas, peppers, beets, carrots, turnips, potatoes, yams, onions, squash, and cereal grains — can be dehydrated. Corn can be dried on the cob (after which the kernels come off easily).