Sunday, October 26, 2008

Raw Onion Bread!

Yum! You need a dehydrator for this recipe and it is delish! I got the recipe from, which is a great resource for recipes and sharing if you are ever looking for a favorite food of yours in its raw version, or are simply ready to try something new this week! I modified the recipe to what I had in the fridge and always add grated veggies to raw cracker or bread recipes to make them less rich...and they are still plenty rich! Here's what I came up with:

Raw Onion Bread

1 1/2 yellow onions
2 cups sunflowers seeds (soaked overnight,rinsed and drained)
2 cups pumpkin seeds (soaked overnight,rinsed and drained)
2 cups grated carrot
2 cups grated zucchini
1/2 cup Bragg's liquid aminos

Food Process 1 cup of the onions (diced), all of the seeds and Bragg's, and half of each of the grated veggies. This will take a few batches (don't fill the food processor more than halfway full). Combine in a large bowl with the remaining grated veggies and 1/2 onion (which is thinly sliced).
on teflex sheets about 1/4 inch thick and dehydrate on 145 degrees for 1 hour (good idea to set a timer!) Then reduce heat to 105 degrees. When dry enough to peel onion bread cleanly off teflex sheets, flip the bread and remove teflex sheets. Continue dehydrating until bread reaches your desired crispness!
I love this savory raw goodness! It is a great base for an open faced raw veggie burger, to dip in zucchini hummus, or simply a tasty side next to your big, beautiful fresh salad! Enjoy! XO, Kelly O

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