At What Temperature Do Food Enzymes Die?

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Today, we know we can dry food at temperatures that far exceed 105 degrees. In fact, I have personally dehydrated seeds, grains and nuts that I had soaked for several hours and dehydrated them for 4 hours at 120 degrees and then re-soaked them. I was able to sprout all of them, even though they were dried above 105 degrees.

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