Sundried Italian crackers
2 cups buckwheat
2 cups sunflower seeds
* soak them both for about 6 to 8 hours or over-night
half cup of carrot juice together with half cup of the carrot pulp.
* peel the carrots so the pulp is clean
(Instead of carrot juice and pulp you can also soak 8 or 10 sundried
tomatoes and use them with the soaked water)
Also very nice to add for the taste and its nutrition value is sellery juice.
Add 1 and half Tabel spoon (Tb.sp) Italian herbs dried ,
when you have fresh herbs then you can add more of them like:
half Tbsp.Oregano, Half Tbsp.Basil, 2 Tb.sp Thyme.
Also add 1 teaspoon (tsp.) Cayenne pepper, 1 tsp black pepper,
2 Tbsp. Tamari, 1 tsp. Salt
1/3 cup of olive oil
1/2 cup of linseeds witch you can grind up in a coffee grinder, if you have one?
Otherwise you can also soak whole linseeds in water for 2 hours
and add them to the mixture.
Now all of this has to be mixed up together in a food processor until
you have a nice dough.
If you dont have a dehydrater then you can use baking paper or wax paper.
Then take a flat tray and with a big flat spoon or so you can flatten the mixture
on to a flat tray or buy metal screens from the hardware shop?
You can make the crackers in your oven as long as you keep the door open and have it
on the lowest temperature it should be not getting hotter then 60 degrees
to keep the enymes alive!
Ones the top is dry you can turn them around and take the paper of
the crackers and let the other side of the crackers dry!
You can keep these crackers for a long time as long as you store
them in airtight bags or boxes.
especially nice with an avokado dip:
1 clove of garlic
half a lemon
pinch of salt
half cup of tomatoes and cucumber cut very small
3 Tbsp.Olive oil
some herbs that you like fresh or dried.
Mash the Avokado , add a little water and the Olive oil.
Some lemon and salt to your taste and the rest of the
things , you can be creative with adding other spices or herbs.