I followed Alice Waters' recipe closely, but required much more time to get a firm puree. Dried it overnight and all seemed well; cut it into cubes, rolled it in sugar and left it out to dry overnight again before storing. But now it's oozing quite a bit and doesn't seem anywhere near dry...??
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