Dehydrated fruits are pieces of fresh fruit from which their water content has been extracted, preserving the nutritional properties of the natural fruit. They are more energetic than fresh fruits, since their natural sugars and their nutritional properties are concentrated in them.
Dehydrated fruits are pieces of fresh fruit from which their water content has been extracted, preserving the nutritional properties of the natural fruit and enhancing its flavor.
The dehydration process consists of letting the product dry in the sun so that it loses the water it contains, although this process can also be carried out industrially, using hot air to remove the water.
The dehydrated cantaloupe has an orange or yellowish color, and contains, among many others, vitamins A, C, B3 and E, an antioxidant that helps prevent cancer, as well as cardiovascular diseases, as well as folic acid, beta-carotene, potassium, phosphorus , magnesium, sodium, calcium, iron and zinc.
They can be consumed at any time of the year, given their ease of storage and conservation at room temperature (they do not require refrigeration).