Avocados are one of the richest sources of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Unfortunately, their high fat content makes them unsuitable for dehydrating. Dehydrating fatty foods like avocados results in a product that is both leathery and unpalatable. It will also go rancid quickly, as is the case with most fatty foods.
Avoid dehydrating cuts of meat with high fat content or marbling. Fat takes a while to dehydrate and can cause the product to go rancid. Instead, dehydrate meats like turkey, chicken breast and lean cuts of beef.
Peanuts aren’t as difficult to dehydrate as other fatty foods. But they’re not worth it since they lose most of their nutrients during dehydration.newstarget 7 Foods to never dehydrate