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Pour any amount of flax seeds in a large bowl and slightly cover with filtered water. Soak for 30 minutes. At this point the consistency should be gooey. If you would like, you may place the seeds in a colander to drain whatever excess water that remains. Pour the mixture onto teflex sheets and dehydrate at 110 degrees for about 24 hours, flipping when the crackers are easy enough to handle without falling apart.
Greenfish33's ThoughtsBy Greenfish33
I have created disasters and successful accidents, and I am proud to say that this is a successful accident. I wanted to soak flax seeds for a bread recipe, and when I got around to checking their progress, all I discovered was a gooey mixture of flax seeds that would refuse to drain. I didn’t want to waste my precious flax seeds so I just popped them in the dehydrator et voila! crackers!
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