How To Dehydrate Celery

Want to learn how to dehydrate celery and  enjoy its delicious flavor all year round? Check out these  easy-to-follow steps and expert tips! Use in soups, stews, salads, spice blends, to make celery powder and as a garnish.

All You Need Is Celery  and Water!

When dehydrating celery, it's best to cut it into thin slices as this will help it to dehydrate uniformly. Using a sharp knife, cut the celery stalks into thin slices, approximately ¼ inch thick. Consistent thickness ensures that the celery will dehydrate evenly.

Preheat your dehydrator to 125°F to 135°F.  Dehydrating at too high a temperature can cause the vegetable to  cook instead of drying evenly. Also, dehydrating at too low a  temperature can lead to the growth of bacteria and mold.

Arrange the sliced celery pieces on your dehydrator trays. Ensure there is some space between them for proper air circulation. Dehydrate the sliced celery for 8 to 12 hours or until the pieces are dried and crispy. Check frequently.

You can either store it in a mason jar, a ziplock bag or a vacuum-sealed container. Dehydrated celery can last for months and even years if stored properly, ensuring you will always have some on hand for your recipes.

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