I haven't but that is only because we buy lots of bananas when they are 19, or 29, or 39 cents/lb and use them fresh for smoothies, or to bind oats in 'cookies', or for banana bread, or for nice-cream. For snacking I like the texture of the chips but I don't care for the texture of a fresh banana.Bliss, have you ever used the banana chips for banana bread or muffins? I think that is the one that would be most useful for me.
I want to try out dehydrating some vegis first. I might start with her (of the Purposeful Pantry) suggestion of dehydrating store bought veg, that have already been cut and blanched. But, definitely, soup is on my radar.@taxlady Some mushrooms are hard to rehydrate. Maybe I just need to let them sit overnight in the refrigerator to get them soft.
Dehydrated carrots that aren't steamed before drying, are hard to rehydrate, so in the future I'll steam them first before dehydrating.
Now that you have dried rice, you can put together dried veggies with it and make a soup mix if you want to.