Made another good use of the Dehydrator and sun...
The grapes grew great this year - seedless green Thompson. Just enough to enjoy them without becoming overwhelmed with them.
After a good washing with Salted water and several good rinse to assure all natural residents were moved out. Removed the end stem from each and every single grape and placed on the dehydrator tray. The initial dehydration started around 10 pm. 2 days it ran at 350'F. During the weekday's peak hours, I shut it down to save energy and to keep the room cool. Then, turn it back on close to midnight. The whole process took about 3 days plus natural air dry. I also had a 2nd crop from a different grape vine that produced red grapes, but it has seeds. I sun dried the red grapes under the sun for a few hours twice. The outside temperature were around 106'F, so why not. Then, I used the Dehydrator to do the rest of the drying.
Result - Seedless grapes turned out to be a great raisins. I sprinkled some Fruit-Fresh ascorbic acid to mix with raisin in a jar.