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First time at chick peas. Never really heard of anyone else doing them but my kids love them so I got to try.

I don't know if they need citric acid or not. I have boiled them very lightly until they are perfectly soft. My sense is that I can put them directly into the excalibur but I have no idea for how long, what temp, what prep, or it I can cover them with something that might give them a little flavor.

Could I cover them with a light coat of lemon pepper? Or should I leave them alone? Or would you recommend something different?

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No takers eh? Well, they came out fantastic and look like they would travel well. Added lemon pepper and man they were good.
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115-120 for 6 hours they should end up extremely dry and they will split. Anything you coat them with will intensify greatly after drying so it's best to leave them be.
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120 for 18 hours and they still weren't totally dry. I wonder if I should cook them before hand as much so they don't take on as much moisture? Looking to make them edible with a minimal amount of effort.

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120 for 18 hours and they still weren't totally dry. I wonder if I should cook them before hand as much so they don't take on as much moisture? Looking to make them edible with a minimal amount of effort.

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Cook them, rinse and pat as dry as possible with a towel. Set up in the dehydrator one layer thick on the plates with space between each bean.
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I dry them from the garden and all we do is put them on the stainless steel drying racks for 2 weeks and they are fine. Then replant the next year.
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Loved that "Loaded Potato Soup" recipe. Thanks Princess Kraken!
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for a real kick make the potato soup with some garbanzos and mix in powdered coconut milk.
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