It’s not just Onion Bread, it’s Famous Onion Bread. This is another awesome recipe from Matt Amsden’s [amazon-product text=”RAWvolution” type=”text”]0060843187[/amazon-product] Recipe Book and I particularly like the added feature of forming the onion bread into little “birds’ nest” shapes as a quiche crust. More on that later. First of all, here’s how to make the Famous Onion Bread. *** Famous Onion Bread 6 Yellow Onions (medium to large size) 3 Cups Flax Seed ground into a flour in a high speed blender or food processor 3 Cups Sunflower Seeds ground into a flour in a high speed blender or food […]
I tried this recipe once. It was OK. I’d suggest adding some more spice to it. Really, I like my Green Flax Crackers so much, I haven’t bothered trying any other kinds again. Still, maybe you will prefer this version: Tomato Spice Crackers This recipe makes 2 trays of crackers for your dehydrator. To create more trays of crackers simply repeat the recipe process since the seed gel and spice mix blends best in this small batch size. 1¼ Cups pure water ½ Cup Golden Flax Seeds ¼ tsp Sun Fire Salt 1 Tbsp Tomato Concentrate Flakes or Sun Dried […]
We don’t make any other kind of flax crackers anymore – we love these so much. You need a dehydrator to pull this off, but it’s worth it! Yummy, good for you, and did I say yummy? Here’s the recipe: Green Crackers 2 Cups Golden Flax Seeds 2 Cups Sunflower Seeds (soaked and rinsed) 2 Tbsp Sun Dried Tomatoes or Tomato Concentrate 1/2 Tbsp Vitamineral Green mixed greens powder 1/2 Tbsp Blue-Green Algae 1/2 Cup Dulse 2 tsp Sun Fire Salt 1/2 tsp Fiesta Mole 1 tsp Curry powder 1/2 tsp Chipotle powder 5 Cups Water
This is a great quick tutorial on how to make basic flax crackers. Especially important is spreading it thin and the technique for flipping the crackers over onto the mesh dehydrator screen. No, this is not Dan Coppersmith … it’s another raw Dan.