Recipe Directions

Put chopped onion, and pepper in a big bowl. Add a handfull of flax meal, almond meal, and sprouted sunflower seeds. Add a little water or olive oil. I only used half a red pepper, half a yellow pepper and half a chopped red pepper. Add a shot of tamari or other spices and mix. Place in dehydrator on teflex for appx 8-12 hours- over night is good. Then flip and dehydrate for another 6-8 hours. This is where I can’t be exact because my boyfriend took it off. But it is still a little moist in parts and dry in others. Chopped celery could be added here too.

After it is done put in a bowl and seperate into large chunks. It should be like this already. When I was mixing mine it wanted to go into little chunks so I just let it and that is the secret. It is really pretty too with the reds and yellows. Add fresh grapes and apple, raisins, pecans, dried cherries, or pinenuts to dress it up a little.

This could be a dressing, stuffing for mushrooms, tomatoes or peppers, or a main entree.

Writeeternity's Thoughts

By writeeternity

This is sooo good you won’t believe it! My boyfriend absolutely loved it! I tried\wanted to make the onion bread recipe from this site but then realized I only had sprouted sunflower seeds. I didn’t want it to be too wet so I substituted a little almond and flax meal. Then I had to go help my mom with birthing puppies as her friend broke her foot and she is in a wheelchair from snapping her achilles tendon. So my boyfriend was left at home with the dehydrator. He ate some while I was gone and said it tasted just like stuffing.

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Hey angie you are correct...I wonder why more Raw Sites do not talk much about the Omega 8300!!!! I only hear about the Vita-Mix...I wonder if they are "sponsored" by Vita-mix..LOL!!!! but in all seriousness, We had ours for about 4 years w/ no problems..We make Nut Butters, Noodles, Juices etc w/ it and it will grind Nuts to a powder..w/ No Problem!!!!

A great product the Omega 8300....I still do not own a Vita-Mix and can prepare any meal or drink that the Vita-mix can.... The Vita-mix is an AWESOME product but so is the Omega 8300!!!!!

Peace and Love

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BOb's Red Mill almond meal is not really raw. I have the Omega 8300 juicer, and it grinds almonds to a powder - I think you can also get a coffee/nut grinder that you can adjust so it will grind the nuts really fine, and it's a lot cheaper than the juicers. This sounds really good!

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I made this over the weekend as some testing for Thanksgiving. It was pretty good! Even my husband liked it (he likes raw food and wants to eat more of it,but is a bit picky sometimes) I may bring this down to a SAD family Thanksgiving meal. And the SAD is no understatement ;-)

Thanks for the recipe!

Joyce

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hi laura! i think they would be great!

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Would pumpkin seeds work in this instead of sunflower/ This recipe has me drooling!

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Hi Rawmama! I grew them for 3 days. You could see them in the stuffing if you looked really closely but they were pretty much melted and invisible once dehydrated.

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Hi, How long did you allow your sunflower seeds to sprout? How much green was on them? Thanks :) Sounds good!

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Thanks! I'm going to try it soon!

Pam

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Hi Pam,

I just bought them at the store. Bobs Red Mill brand has almond meal- and that's all that's in it. I don't have a kitchen device that grinds really well right now but you could just grind a handful of both to use. Depending on what your favorite taste is you could add fresh basil and tomatoes for a more italian feel.

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This sounds good. I'm not sure what you mean my flax meal and almond meal, however. Is this ground nuts and seeds, or something different? Thanks!

Pam

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