there was a thread in forums on rituals, well irish soda bread with sharp cheddar cheese and tea is a sunday morning ritual here, so in my experimenting with breads that nonraw folks would eat, i tried this variation of a zuccini bread recipe i saw on the onion bread discussion. It satisifies the breakfast , sweet...

Recipe Directions

grind your sunflours and your flax seeds in the coffee grinder. mix with a bit of salt and the cinnimon and nutmeg. I put all my carrots and squash in my food prosesor and chopped furiously! throw all in a big bowl and mix well with your hands adding in the bannana for real fun squish factor( kids might like that part i know i do)and craisins. then spread on your parchment/teflex and dehydrate overnight. It is soft and slightly sweet.
note: play with your seasonings and taste before dehydrating! my craisins where frozen, fresh, organic, cranberries that i had in the freezer. i thawed them cut them in half soaked them with some dates and dehydrated them overnight! or just use raisins and soak them while preparing the other stuff in the various grinders and choppers.

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there was a thread in forums on rituals, well irish soda bread with sharp cheddar cheese and tea is a sunday morning ritual here, so in my experimenting with breads that nonraw folks would eat, i tried this variation of a zuccini bread recipe i saw on the onion bread discussion. It satisifies the breakfast , sweet bread part, ima working on the sharp cheese part….;)

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This one is a great breakfast for me. I spread the bread with Amazon Bliss and make a sandwich out of Mango and Papaya, OR banana drizzled with cacoa bliss. I'm just trying a batch with pumpkin seeds and dates for a change. Thanks so much for this recipe!

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I just made this last night and I love it! I drizzled a little agave nectar on it too and it was divine! It has kept me pleasantly full and satisfied all morning. Thanks for posting this lovely recipe!

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thanks for the compliment sweetpea. Thats me and my booboo aka emerald buddha.she inspires me with her blissful expression while eating her alfalfa/orchard grass hay!
btw, ive got a new batch of zuccini bread in the dehydrator, i put chunks of apricot in it and switched the spicing to resemble a peach pie...if it flys ill post thepic and the recipe....

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Hello Omshanti, I love this idea, it's inspired me to use fruit and vegetables in bread. Thank you. That's a lovely picture of you on the horse.

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Excellent idea! Thanks!...=)

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This sounds great! I've been looking for a softer bread recipe like this one. Yum!

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your choice! mine was finely chopped, so it still held its shape like a thick batter.

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Should the carrots and squash be blended until it's a smooth consistensy? or should there be more like tiny pieces?

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