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RAW Sprouted Crackers


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Ingredients

80 piece(s)

RAW Sprouted Crackers

  • 200 grams dry buckwheat kernels, soaked and sprouted
  • 200 grams golden flax seeds, soaked and sprouted
  • 200 grams onion, roughly chopped
  • 400 grams tomatoes, roughly chopped
  • 1/2 teaspoon celtic Salt, or to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning, or to taste
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Recipe's preparation

    RAW Sprouted Crackers
  1. 1. Place raw buckwheat kernels into a bowl and cover with plenty of water.  

    2. Allow buckwheat to soak for 12 hours and then strain in a wire strainer,

    rinse with clean filtered water and allow remain draining in strainer.

     Continue to rinse and drain each day for a period of 2-4 days until buckwheat

    kernels begin to sprout.

    3. Place flax seeds into a storage bowl and cover with water.  Cover with lid

    and store in fridge.  This will form a thick gel.  The seeds will begin to sprout

    about the same time as the buckwheat sprouts.

    When buckwheat has sprouted, place into large mixing bowl with the 

    soaked flax seeds and mix together.

    4. Roughly chop tomatoes and onions and place into TM bowl with celtic salt

    and Italian seasoning and pulverize for 20 seconds on speed 9 to

    form tomato/onion slurry.

    5. Place tomato/onion slurry into large mixing bowl with sprouted buckwheat

    and flax seed gel and mix thoroughly.

    6. Place mixture onto teflon dehydrator sheets in spoonfuls within an egg ring

    to form uniform round crackers or spread evenly over the teflon sheet and

    mark into squares.  Dehydrate on living foods setting (41 Deg C) for 6 hours.  

    7. Flip onto mesh sheets, remove teflon sheets and continue to dehydrate for

    a further 6 hours or until desired crispness has been achieved.

    8. Serve with your favourite dip.

     

     

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  • Can this be done in a slow

    Submitted by Ejh3101 on 14. October 2014 - 20:32.

    Can this be done in a slow oven to dehydrate ?

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