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    How thick should the zucchini be sliced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFish View Post
    Do you use any seasoning on them? I tried the Kale chip recipe. They were OK the first day but were really bad the next day. I don't think they were dry enough when they went into the container.
    Try storing them uncovered. Mine stay crispy for a week, just kept in an uncovered bowl in a cupboard.
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    Ok, for zucchini chips, you should slice them a half inch thick, otherwise they get brittle.

    Kale chips are easy. Break kale into chip-size pieces, coat with olive oil, and gently toast in the oven on a baking sheet til nice n' crispy.

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    Thank you Diana for this idea! I finally got around to making these (CSA zukes taking over)
    What an intense flavour! I'm gonna advertise for unwanted zucchini ;p

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    How much did yours shrivel up? Mine seems to losoe a lot of moisture but they were still very tasty (see photos in post). I did slice them pretty thin though.
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    @ Marisa - Diana said she sliced hers about 1/2in thick. I got out a ruler & decided to do ~ 1/4in slices. I have a cheap-o dehydrator so I have to flip, shuffle, & rotate whatever I'm working with, but they came out nice. My 1st attempt I tried doing thinner slices & ended up with squash "tissue paper" stuck to the trays. they will shrink quite a bit as you are removing all the moisture! I started with 4 squash & have 1qt zip bag of chips.

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    I made a bunch of zucchini chips also, they are so good! I've tried them with salsa, guacamole, and spinach artichoke dip. Havn't tried nacho cheese yet, have to make some up

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    Um, I made some of these this morning.

    I think I need bigger zucchini, my chips are the size of a penny.
    (not going to stop me from dipping them in guac though!)

    Thanks for the recipe!

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