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Freeze Dried Plantain

Putting some away for a rainy day

Post Thu Aug 15, 2019 12:17 am

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I did a freeze dry on my wild crafted Plantain. I set the final drying time shelf temperature at 95 degrees. Wondering if I should lower the shelf temperature some more. I am under the impression that 100 is too
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warm but don’t know if there is an ideal temp.

Post Thu Sep 19, 2019 10:34 pm
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Looks great.

Cooler and darker is always better.

Post Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:29 pm

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Location: Rexburg, Idaho
Regarding plantain and not heating it up:
A friend asked me why Rosemary Gladstar would have a hot infusion recipe that includes plantain if medicinal properties are lost when it's heated up. From Doc's plantain module, I think I understand that some constituents, not all, are lost in heating plantain. Is that right? And does anyone know which are reserved if in a hot tea and which are lost when heated?


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