What to do with the carrot pulp? Tired of carrot cake? Try this. It’s hard to put your finger on the taste…”interesting”, in a very good way. Food combining friendly without the honey, which is just an optional add-in for you sweet-tooths out there. (I think the clementines make it plenty sweet.) For maximum “yum”...
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1. Zest the lemon and clementines and then citrus-press them, or else just put the whole fruits through the juicer. (My Breville juicer tends to “eject” the rinds, so I use the former method.) 2. Grate a two-inch piece of ginger. 3. Process ginger and citrus with carrot pulp, tahini (and honey, if you want to use honey) until smooth, adding a little filtered water if needed. 4. Knead with a spatula, so the mixture sticks together. Spread onto dehydrator sheets and dehydrate 20 hours, turning over once.

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What to do with the carrot pulp? Tired of carrot cake? Try this. It’s hard to put your finger on the taste…”interesting”, in a very good way. Food combining friendly without the honey, which is just an optional add-in for you sweet-tooths out there. (I think the clementines make it plenty sweet.) For maximum “yum” effect, try with coconut butter and honey spread on top!

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Thank you for adding recipes that use simple ingredients and as few as possible when allowed :) This is the way i like to eat as well :) These sound delicious and i think my 3 year old might even like them!!!

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Thanks! This sounds yummy!

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Oops! Thanks. Must have forgotten the little add button when I was editing.

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Um, what clementines? I think you missed them from the ingredients list.

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