3 cups sprouted mung beans (3-4" tails)
3 cups carrot (shredded)
3 tablespoons olive oil
½ cup sage, oregano, thyme (any mixture of these herbs)
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
½ cup flax seeds (freshly ground)
1. Grind flax seeds in either a coffee grinder in small batches or in a high-speed blender.
2. Place everything in a food processor and blend until smooth.
3. Place on teflex sheets in burger shapes and dehydrate about 12 hours, turning burgers 1/2 way through. Your burgers may take more or less time depending on the size.
4. I’m a real newbie at raw cheese things so I blended 1/3 cup soaked pine nuts and 2/3 cups soaked almonds, a dash of tamari, and 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast (not raw as far as I know, sorry).
5. Place in a blender and add a little bit of water, just enough to get it to blend.
6. Dehydrate it on teflex sheets with the burgers so they are ready at the same time! Makes about 2 teflex sheets of cheese.
7. Serve with baby greens and sliced tomato.
So, I was experimenting with mung bean sprouting techniques and to my delight, I was successful. Very successful.
I had 6 cups of 4” mung bean sprouts and not a clue of what to do with them except, of course, eat them as is.
I decided to try a burger recipe, replacing the usual almonds or other nuts, with my mung bean sprouts.
What I got was a nice, light burger. The picture shows baby greens, almond and pine nut cheese (see below), tomato, mung & carrot burger on Matt Amsden’s (RAWvolution) Famous Onion Bread.
I love this bread because it turns out great every time!
I left onion out of my burger recipe because I knew I would be using onion bread but you might want to add onion if you are using something different.
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