Raw snack: slice an onion (red or a sweet one). Marinate overnight in Bragg’s or nama shoyu (or soy sauce if you don’t care about being raw). Dehydrate. This is where I get really inexact, as I don’t have a dehydrator, so I don’t know real time or temp- I just shove them in my gas oven in the off position, where it’s a consistent 100F. I left them in for a whole 36 hours- overnight wasn’t nearly long enough, and then I forgot about them until the next day. I really like them like this (they’re still pliable, I’m thinking you might want a slightly higher temp, shorter time though in a dehydrator). Store in the fridge.
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