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Old 01-31-2013, 09:47 PM   #7
Strawberry
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I have a feeling that vegetable powders would be very strong tasting and wouldnt make very good bread and esp would be too strong to make sweet treats.

The main uses I have seen for dehydrated vegetables or powders have been in small quantities to flavor savory things - such as soups or salad dressings.

Also, dehydrated veggies have a lot of carbs - when you take out all the water, and shrink them down and then grind them up. So it may not really have much benefit over using other flour substitutes. For eg, 1 oz of dehydrated green beans has 20g carbs... thats about the same for 1 oz of flour. Now granted, there is more vitamins in there.

Why dont you try using the vegetable powders and let us know what works for you?
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