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Chop walnuts into small pieces, drain raisins. Mix all ingredients. Amounts are approximate, use enough sweetener just to moisten and make everything stick. I like to dehydrate this mixture until slightly crispy, maybe an hour or two.

My son loves it as a cereal with pumpkin seed milk. I love it straight from the dehydrator!

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Excellent with nut milk, or as-is as a snack.

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Buckwheat is technically a berry or fruit. Yay! Cuz I love it.

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cee3peeoh~ I dehydrate everything at about 105, just to be safe. If I'm in a hurry for something I may raise it to 115, but that's rare.

I'm glad you guys are enjoying, I just bought more walnuts today b/c my son loves it so much!

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I made this last night and it came out divine! Thanks so much - it was just what id been craving!

On a side note - I too try to stay gluten free as much as possible. I use the following list to help figure out what foods to use or avoid... http://www.csaceliacs.org/gluten_grains.php#Q

It is my understanding that sprouting the grain greatly reduces the amount of gluten in it, and wheatgrass has no gluten at all. Hope that helps a little.. Good Luck!

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Buckwheat is gluten and wheat free. As is quinoa, amaranth and millet. Quinoa and buckwheat are very popular grains on raw. You can also make spelt flour which is very low gluten by sprouting, drying and grinding.

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I avoid only gluten grains....I assumed that since buckwheat has the "wheat" in it, it is a forbidden grain. I'm still learning about what to avoid as it's a recent diagnosis and was misdiagnosed 18 years ago and have been living with this only to discover it is something else....part of my reason to go RAW....makes my food decisions much easier....do a search online and see if there is a celiac support group in your area....i just joined the one here in NE (Boston) and am looking forward to the information that I'll get/learn. I wish you well! I'm gonna read more about buckwheat; i'm discovering other grains like quinoa and amaranth.

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cee3, do you avoid all grains or just the gluten ones? I have gluten issues (probably celiac but never been tested) and although I try and avoid grains as much as possible I can tolerate buckwheat since it's from the rhubarb family.

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Looks yummy, might add some coconut and more nuts...been looking for something like this since I'm a celiac and most recipes that I've seen have buckwheat as an ingredient....i think I'll do this next weekend....what temperature do you dehydrate on?

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This sounds great! =)

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