Recipe Directions

Throw all ingredients in a food processer until well blended but still very chunky. Form into patties and dehydrate at 105 until your desired consistency or refrigerate for a few minutes before serving. I just slopped it right out of the food processor onto my sandwich. Great served with fresh tomato slices, sprouts, etc.

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By Weazelchef

This is a very flexible recipe. I came up with this today and loved it!

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i got a HUGE grocery bag full of carrot pulp from whole foods for free - came from their juicer.

i'm making these tonight...hope they taste as good as it seems.

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needs a juicer, could probably grind them up in a food processor or use grated carrots.

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How do I make carrot pulp? I would love to make these.

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Yeah, the consistency is like a chunky NOTtuna. If you increase the zuchinni and carrots then you will prob have to increase the seasonings. Good luck!

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This sounds really good. When you put it on your sandwich was it at all creamy, like a chunky pate? I especially like the idea of not dehydrating it. I am trying to minimize my fat intake as well as the amount of dehydrated food I eat. Do you think it would taste good if I decreased the sunflower seeds and increased the zucchini and carrots? I'm also thinking about using ground chia seeds instead of flax.

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