Tonya’s For Cryin’ Out Loud Onion Bread
This is a recipe Robyn made for traveling this week, contributed by 12 Stepper Tonya, whose husband loves to each this for lunch every day. Thanks, Tonya!
For Cryin’ Out Loud Onion Bread/Crackers
3 large yellow onions
2 handfuls spinach
3 cups flaxseeds, ground in BlendTec
3 cups raw sunflower seeds
½ cup Bragg’s Liquid Aminos
¼ cup extra-virgin cold-pressed olive oil
Soak flax and sunflower seeds overnight in 6 cups water. Peel and quarter onions and slice them in food processor with “S” blade (or shred them using the large shred blade—this will somewhat “juice” the onions). Slice/shred spinach. Add Bragg’s, olive oil, soaked seeds, and stir well. Spread mixture on teflex sheets in dehydrator (4-5 trays). Dehydrate at 100 degrees until desired consistency is achieved. Flip to dry on the other side. Unless you made them very dry crackers, store in fridge.
Tastes great with tomatoes, sprouts, raw mayo, and/or avocado!
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My new dehydrator just arrived (yeah!) and I’d love to try this recipe but am confused…. Do I grind the flaxseeds before or after soaking? Do I grind the sunflower seeds too? How small should the onion and spinach be….long shreds, tiny pieces, or pureed? I think I’m understanding that a lot of this is about experimenting, but I don’t want to ruin an entire batch! Thanks! :o)
what dehydrator do you recommend?
I got a Professional Model AirPreserve II at the Bosch store many years ago–8 levels, great temperature gauge, I love it. The “Cadillac” is the Excalibur for about $200, and I believe it has 9 levels. Anything you get, make sure it comes with teflex drying sheets and has a temperature gauge allowing you to dry below 115 degrees.
When u are dehydrating ,fruits , raw pizza dough, raw nuts, crackers is the ideal temp 115 degrees? If it is higher what does this do?
I am running into alot of raw dehydrated recipes land they do not post the setting to be dehydrated on. So is 115 the ideal temp for all dehydrating anything?