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Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers

Two For The Price Of One

Crackers AND Great Tasting Juice

My daughter absolutely LOVES flax seed crackers, and honestly, I can't see paying so much money for deliciously prepared 2-3 oz. of crackers, when I can make them. [caption id="attachment_1246" align="aligncenter" width="150"]Fresh Pulp Flax Crackers Fresh Pulp Flax Crackers[/caption] For the longest time, I wanted to try making flax crackers with the pulp left over from juicing; but for the most part, when I juice, I use a myriad of veggies AND fruit and the combined pulp, I fear, would not have made a good flax cracker.  So this time, I brought it upon myself to strictly pulp the ingredients I wanted to add into the cracker and they were - carrot, celery and red pepper.  After I juiced those items, I removed the pulp and then proceeded to juice one granny smith apple to sweeten up the juice that came from the carrots, celery and red peppers.  Let me tell you - - IT WAS DELICIOUS! [caption id="attachment_1258" align="aligncenter" width="99"]Carrot, Celery, Red Pepper and Granny Smith Juice Carrot, Celery, Red Pepper and Granny Smith Juice[/caption] So, from one flax cracker recipe, I got two delicious tasting recipes!  Below is the recipe for my Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers! [caption id="attachment_1245" align="aligncenter" width="150"]Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers Fresh Pulp Flax Seed Crackers[/caption]

Flax Seed Crackers with Fresh Pulp

Pulp from:

2 carrots 2 stalks celery ½ red pepper *(After I removed this pulp, I juiced 1 apple with it.  It made a wonderful glass of healthy juice)! ¼ cup sun-dried tomato (soaked for 1 hour and then chopped into pieces) ½ cup Raw Flax seed (soaked for 1 hour in enough water to cover) ¼ cup Raw Chia seed (soaked for 1 hour in enough water to cover) ½ cup Raw Sunflower seeds ¼ cup Raw Sesame seeds 1 tbsp. Fennel seeds 1 tbsp. Caraway seeds 1 tsp. sea salt Pinch pepper ½ tsp. rosemary ½ tsp. thyme 1 tsp. herbs de Provence ½ tsp. garlic powder [caption id="attachment_1253" align="alignleft" width="150"]Spread Flax Mixture out on Dehydrator Spread Flax Mixture out on
Dehydrator[/caption] Mix together and spread out on your “fruit roll-up sheet” as Nesco calls it or  Paraflexx™ sheet as Excalibur calls it and dehydrate at 104 degrees for 6-8 hours. Gently loosen the semi-hard crackers and flip over to tray and dehydrate another 6-8 hours.  Remove and break into nice size chips!    Or – before the flip, you can score your crackers with a knife for symmetrical crackers!  We personally just like to break ours! I know that dehydrating crackers (or anything raw) takes organization, time and patience, but I truly believe it's worth it if you have the equipment.  Whether you buy your flax crackers or make your flax crackers, the main thing is is that you just


Michele ♥