Dried quince fruit - for tea, for water, for cold brew tea - homemade preserves

Quince or quince?
Japanese quince is a thorny and beautifully flowering shrub. Quince fruits are very aromatic, acidic and hard. They contain large amounts of vitamin C. Due to their acidity, they are not suitable for direct consumption, but they are perfect for jams, jellies and tinctures. They can also be dried and used in tea instead of lemon.

Quince slices are best dried in an electric dryer for mushrooms, vegetables and fruit. They can also be dried in the oven at 100 ° C.

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  • quince fruit - any amount
  • electric dryer for vegetables, fruit, mushrooms


  1. Wash the quince fruit, cut it in half, remove the stones and cut into thin slices.
  2. Spread evenly over the dryer screens.
  3. Turn on the dryer and dry it.
  4. From time to time it is worth changing the sieves, the ones from the top to the bottom and vice versa
  5. Store the dried and cooled fruits in tightly closed jars.

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