Thanks for the heads up. I kept them in the fridge in two ziplocks. One went moldy but the other was fine. I'm still new at this dehydrator thing and want to be careful thus the question. I have to think that the Italians who dry tomatoes all the time know something I don't. If only I could talk to the old Sicilian man I knew 40 years ago! He sundried his and lived until 90+.
Thanks for the post
I am having good success keeping dry toms in pantry in regular jars. Conditioning before packing helps. Conditioning is making sure all the moisture is out. To condition, leave the just-dried produce loosely covered for 4 or more days, & stir or shake daily while checking for mold.
What is "loosely covered"? It can range from spreading stuff in a single layer on a towel and covering with another one to placing it in a jar and covering with net rather than lid. Depends on how wet it still seems & your fruit fly population. I believe I put my tomatoes right in the jars under net and shook them daily for a week.