Recipe Directions

1. I food processed buckwheaties, almond pulp, Brazil nuts, cashews, and walnuts one by one (other than the hemp, which I left whole) in the food processor then put them in a huge bowl.

2. Then I processed all the wet ingredients together until a smooth sauce was formed.

3. Then pour over the dry ingredients. Add blueberries.

4. Mix it up by hand. Then spread over the dehydrator sheets. This made three sheets.

5. After a whole day, break up into pieces and leave to dehydrate another day. You can eat it at this point, it's just not as shelf-stable.

6. You have to dehydrate down do 10 percent moisture in order to get things to be shelf-stable. If you don't care about that, just keep in the fridge and don't expect it to last as long.

Bitt's Thoughts

By bitt

Last summer, I made several batches of Matthew Kenney's raspberry-lime granola. Boy, is that stuff gooood.

However raspberries (even frozen ones) are a bit too expensive right now.

So I decided to opt for blueberries (thawed out wild blueberries from Trader Joe's) and then went ahead and altered the recipe a bit based on what I had around the house for nuts and seeds.


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How doi you know if something is dehydrated down to 10%?

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