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Fruit leather is fruit that has been pureed and dehydrated, optionally with some sugar. According to the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the low temperatures used in making fruit leather (135 degrees F) preserve antioxidants better than canned jellies and jams. They say fruit leather will last 4 to 12 months at room temperature, and over a year in the refrigerator.
Mine is made from all local, chemical free produce. My strawberries are from Silkey's, and I grew the raspberries myself. The wild fruits were foraged by me in Rice and Goodhue counties. I mix in maple syrup or sometimes honey to help the leather keep longer, and make it tastier.