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#1 Old 01-26-2008, 03:23 AM
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Just some various raw chip and cracker recipes I've found. They require a dehydrator. There are actually a few versions of each so you can experiment or find different recipes. If you find any, post'em here!





Kale Chips (you can use other leafy greens, too)

Corn Chips

Flax seed crackers - one, two

Bell Pepper Crackers

Sweet Potato Chips

Sweet Potato Crisps

Mexi-Chips

Spicy Yam Chips



A bunch of recipes from goneraw.com
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#2 Old 01-26-2008, 02:39 PM
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Thanks. I made some raw "bread" and it sucked so bad. I couldn't even eat all of it. I'll try out some of these recipes.
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Thanks. I made some raw "bread" and it sucked so bad. I couldn't even eat all of it. I'll try out some of these recipes.

How did you make it? I tried making some and it was pretty good except everyone that tried it didn't like it cause I put a ton of garlic in it.

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I made some raw onion bread. I thought I'd like it because I love onions, but it didn't hold together well at all. It just had a really weird taste to it too. It had flax, onions, olive oil and I think Bragg's.
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I've heard such awesome things about onion bread. You'll have to look around because I know there are different recipes for it.



I know of one that was really popular. I'll look and see if I can find it.
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I made some raw onion bread. I thought I'd like it because I love onions, but it didn't hold together well at all. It just had a really weird taste to it too. It had flax, onions, olive oil and I think Bragg's.

Sounds good. My bread was composed of alfalfa seeds, flax seeds, tomatoes, some liquid aminos, garlic, basil, oregano, sea salt, and some nutritional yeast (not raw ) and I thought it was good but again, everyone didn't like the amount of garlic in it. Mine held together well but I dehydrated it for 24 hours cause I didn't have a recipe I just did whatever and it was crispy. I didn't use it for anything other than to try on it's own.



Also those Kale chips look tight I am going to try and make them sometime this week (if I can find Kale).

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Here's one http://goneraw.com/recipes/585-EVEN-BETTER-ONION-BREAD



Frite: what was it about the bread that tasted weird to you? Was it the Bragg's? You could dilute it or try Nama Shoyu. Neither of them are raw, but they're frequently used in raw recipes.



And now for another recipe:



Rawritos

3 Cups Sprouted Sunflower Seeds

4 Cups Frozen Corn, thawed

1/2 Cup Braggs

1/2 Cup Water

1/4 Cup Onion Powder

1 Tsp Garlic Powder

<note: stop here to make them "just" really great corn chips>

2 Tbsp Taco Seasoning

2 Tbsp Chili Powder

1 - 2 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast



Blend well in food processor. Spread on teflex sheets or parchment paper.

For the corn chips, once you flip them sprinkle them with the following:

1/3 Nut Yeast,

1/3 Taco Seasoning,

1/3 Chili Powder.

You can use a regular salt shaker or reuse empty shakers from spices/herbs.



They taste close to or like a dorito.
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Braggs isn't raw? How so?

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I made some raw onion bread. I thought I'd like it because I love onions, but it didn't hold together well at all. It just had a really weird taste to it too. It had flax, onions, olive oil and I think Bragg's.



I made raw onion bread about twelve different ways before I tired of the funky sack taste...and each time it was more like a thick cracker than bread. And besides, what's so healthy about dried out onions with oil and a ton of sodium mixed in?



Every kind of raw chip or cracker I have made tasted stale and all were pretty gross.



And so in conclusion, boy was my dehydrator ever a huge waste of money.
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Braggs isn't raw? How so?



http://www.welikeitraw.com/rawfood/2...liquid_am.html
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I love Bragg's, so I think maybe the onions just taste funny to me when they are dried out. Could have also been the olive oil though, I'm not a huge fan of that.
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In Canada I haven't seen liquid aminos, just a soy sauce substitute from Bragg's that says it contains soy protein and water and nothing else. I wonder if this product is ok.
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I love Bragg's, so I think maybe the onions just taste funny to me when they are dried out. Could have also been the olive oil though, I'm not a huge fan of that.



If you ever decide you want to try making the bread again, you could try flax oil instead of the olive oil.



Did you use sweet onions or just regular ones?
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If you ever decide you want to try making the bread again, you could try flax oil instead of the olive oil.



Did you use sweet onions or just regular ones?



I used regular. Maybe that was my problem. I think the recipe did call for sweet onions now that you mention it, I just didn't have any handy. I had some jumbo white onions I really wanted to get rid of and used them instead of my purple onion, because I really like eating those raw in my salads.
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Dudes, those kale chips are seriously the bomb diggity. I'm halfway through dehydrating them but I tried one and they are tight! I added the italian seasoning like the creator said to try and I also added a little bit of nutritional yeast and garlic (garlic because I pretty much put this in whatever I eat).

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