1 Zone / 16 Tray / 27.5 sq. ft Tray Areaview
- Water-packed white tuna
- Drain the water then break into small pieces.
- Arrange on dehydrator trays in a single layer (line with mesh sheets).
- Dehydrate at 145°F for about 6 hours.
Yes, you can dehydrate canned tuna! You can switch out the apricots for another dehydrated fruit, chopped onions or celery, or even chopped dehydrated bread-and-butter pickles. Do not try to dehydrate oil-packed tuna (or salmon, for that matter). Only water-packed will work.Read more