Ok, the first attempt at dehydrating okra to make "okra chips" resulted in my not being sure how to achieve true okra chippy-ness. But I did come up with some great okra jawbreakers, or mini Ninja throwing stars. The upside is that okra truly dehydrates into great storage bits and can be added right into soups and such and will rehydrate. Storing the dehydrated okra takes so little space it would really be worth it to do.
As far as edible snacking chips go, it looks like I need to invest some Edison lab time into further experimentation! Maybe I'll puree it first? Hmmm. In the meantime, though, I'll try dehydrating other unsuspecting veggies that have prolific garden tendencies...Paulette mentioned zucchini, so I'll keep on trying things. No veggie will be safe from the dehydrator around here for a while :)
Got any successes in this department? I could sure learn from someone else's experience!