The Defferences Between The Dehydrated Tomatoes And The Sun-dried Tomatoes

Dehydrated tomatoes emerged later than sun-dried tomatoes, in part because of the more complex way they are made. But dehydrated tomato flakes have a high daily yield and are not affected by the weather. For dehydrated tomatoes, the tomatoes are washed and then passed through a long tunnel, exposing them to a warm current. It is a faster alternative to sun-dried varieties and allows for greater variation in the product. Dehydrated tomatoes have a moisture content of less than 7%, and after 12 to 15 months of storage, the taste is less pungent and the color is slightly lighter.

Dehydrated tomato flakes

Sun-dried tomatoes are made in different ways. Ripe tomatoes are first washed, cut in half, and then usually placed in a water bath containing sulfur dioxide. They are then placed in drying trays for 7 to 10 days in the sun. After that, they are cut and packaged. Sun-dried tomatoes typically contain 12 to 24 percent moisture and have a more intense flavor, but don't have as long a shelf life as dehydrated tomatoes, darkening in color after 9 to 12 months of expiration. Refrigeration is recommended.

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