All you have to do is wash your squash and using a vegetable peeler, peel the squash. You also need to cut the ends off of the squash. Some people do it before peeling, some after. It doesn't matter when you do it, whichever works best for you. We save the ends and peelings and feed them to our goats and chickens. They love them.
Now, using a mandolin, slice the butternut squash. Put the squash on your dehydrator trays.
You can leave them plain but my family prefers to add some extra flavor to them. From my experience, the three spices that go well with butternut squash are salt, crushed red pepper or curry.
|With crushed red pepper.|
|With curry powder.|
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