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DIY Garlic Powder

[Photographs: Molly Sheridan]

Note: Be prepared for your house to fill with the very strong scent of garlic during the dehydration period.

This process also works for onions, and I took the opportunity to do a tray of each simultaneously without damaging the flavor of either. Out of one 13-ounce white onion (chopped fine), I was able to produce 1/2 cup of dried flakes, which reduced to 3 tablespoons of onion powder. It's ultimately a small amount, but it has a delicate, sweet taste—like a fried onion ring—which is quite attractive.

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