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Hi RosabarnYou only need to drain them if there is extra water floating around but generally the flax seeds absorb everything. When done, I store them in a good ziplock bag and suck the air out after every use. If they start to get a little less crunchy then I'll pop them back in the dehydrator for a few hours but they're usually all gone before that. Also, if there's extra flax slury, you can freeze it for the next batch. Hope that helps. Happy cooking.
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I put them in the dehydration rator anywhere from 105- 135
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