I got some ezekiel cereal because I love their bread and loved it then I realized it was so simple and I could easily make one for cheaper most importantly without wheat/gluten. So I got together all the grains and seeds I had on hand that I thought would go good in this to make this. I still want to get some millet...
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Combine all ingredients except flax in a quart size jar for sprouting. Soak for 4-6 hours, drain, and rinse several times. Let sprout for a day or two rinsing 2-3 times a day or until the sprouts have no more room to grow. When you know the sprouts will be ready soak ahead of time the ground flax in water with a little sea salt.
Put sprouts in a food processor and chop up well. Combine with flax in a bowl and mix well. Put on dehydrator sheets and dehydrate at 110-115ish until dry throughout, usually 1-1.5 days and flip halfway. I have made bread with this recipe too its more crusty and thin than real bread but its really good.
Crumble and store or enjoy.
This is so good and so simple. I just had a bowl with almond milk, bananas, and a little raw honey yum!

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I got some ezekiel cereal because I love their bread and loved it then I realized it was so simple and I could easily make one for cheaper most importantly without wheat/gluten. So I got together all the grains and seeds I had on hand that I thought would go good in this to make this. I still want to get some millet to try in it and even try corn and rice if I feel daring.

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I make something very similar to this for my morning b-fast. I'll have to try your proportions :)

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