Recipe Directions

  1. Mix apples and drained buckwheat grouts.
  2. Place raisins/dates plus soak water in blender with spices and blend well.
  3. Pour mixture in bowl with apples and buckwheat and mix well.
  4. Pour onto Teflex-lined dehydrator tray and dehydrate for 8 hours at 115°F (stir granola every couple hours).

Kandace's Thoughts

This is quite a filling breakfast. I like to eat this granola with bananas and almond milk. It is also ideal for travel.

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i wonder if i can use groats to replace a lot of the nuts that so many recipes call for ? You think? Maybe i could soak and dry and then grind them into a powder... just thinking out loud. what do you guys think?

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Hello simplylife, Just wanted to mention that buckweat groats should not be soaked more than 10-20 minutes ( but they can be sprouted after that) because they loose their nutrients in the water if you leave them longer.I was told this by the guy working at my organic coop.I backed it up by sproutpeople dot com enjoy your breakfast!

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I made this, which by the way was sooo good, and I sent some home to my family. They loved it so much...maybe even more than SAD granola.

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I had a bowl of sliced apples, strawberries, bananas, raisins with cinnamon to spice in almond milk... best breakfast ever!
I'm not familiar with Buckwheat, is it a kind of grain? is it relatively easy to find? (im in CA)

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I'm not sure if crunchy is the right word, but it definitely shouldn't be soft.

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I made this today.. and had it in the dehydrator for nearly 10 hours and it wasn't anywhere near crunchy.. but it was still very delicious. I just realized that this recipe might not be intending to be crunchy. heh.

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I would very much like to try this recipe, om... mentions sprouting, is it difficult to do?

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Why not Sprout them too?

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Goji Berries are a great idea! Lately, I've been adding Goji Berries, banana and berries. Yum.

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This is a great recipe. I changing the water is great. RInce the buckwheat well to remove the starchiness. I have also swapped out and added vanilla bean to agave (to taste), blend then add+stir and dehydrate. When I am traveling which is a lot, I later add Goji Berries, dried Bing cherries... or your choice of dried fruit YUMMMMY

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