Recipe Directions

Flax Bread

1 cup flax seeds, grounded fine and soaked in filtered water for about 30 mins

1/2 cup water to soak flax seed

1 1/2 cups almond pulp, the remainders from making almond milk

1/2 cup almond meal

salt to taste

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Spread it out in a teflex sheet and dehydrate for 20 hours – flipping it at the 15th hour. Enjoy!

Cheflandria's Thoughts

By Cheflandria

Cheflandria’s Everyday Raw Food Recipe

I made this by accident and it came out fantastic! It’s plyable like bread. It was a recipe to actually attempt to make raviolis but turned out to be much better as bread. It’s really very simple and great for any type of sandwiches. It tastes a bit nutty sort of like wheat bread.

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thanks genius

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Trader Joe's has raw almond flour? Can I make the flour myself, or would it be too much like almond butter?

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omg, chakra is so smart...that's an awesome suggestion! thanks! :-)

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For almond pulp couldn't you soak your almonds then process them??

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thanks 123! i try to post when I have time...:-)

Almond meal is almond flour, samething - you can get it at Trader Joes for a good price.

I am not sure what would be a good substitute for almond pulp...the pulp makes a good nutty taste on the bread - maybe buckwheat but don't dry the buckwheat too long, it gets bitter and the bread will not be plyable, it turns into a cracker - that is my experience

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I make the same thing! By almond meal, you mean almond flour, right? I like how you gt it so bread-like in slices. :)

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bellasera, I bought my second dehydrator on ebay. $109. including shipping for a four tray Excalibur dehydrator.

I'm glad to see that you're posting your fabulous recipes again cheflandria!

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Looks very good. What can you do if you don't make almond milk or have leftover pulp? Can you do something with the whole almond?

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got a really good deal on an excaliber on ebay superkat.

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I can't wait to get a dehydrator so I can try all of this yummy bread stuff.:)

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I make something similar to this - it is also good if you leave out the salt and add a little powdered ginger and cinnamon; I use that with nut butter and/or raw jam.

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