Fruit and vegetable leathers add a touch of luxe

07/11/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

Children aren't the only ones enjoying stretchy fruit and vegetable leathers. Chefs in Michelin-starred restaurants are also adding the dehydrated puree to upscale dishes. Vegetable leathers can be used as a condiment, such as a tomato leather on lobster rolls or a sprinkling of onion leather as a finishing touch to soup.

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