These are really fried, they would fool any cook-foodist!

Recipe Directions

First, blend the flax seeds, oil, and salt in vita-mix until a dough forms. In a large bowl, mix the onions in the dough. Without doing anything else, in one big blob, dump all the dough and onions on a teflex sheet and dehydrate for a few days until crisp. Then, break apart the big blob, which should be totally crisp now, into little, edible pieces. Sprinkle with more salt if you like it really salty. Trust me, it’s well worth the wait!

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These are really fried, they would fool any cook-foodist!

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You can soak them, yes, I do actually. Sorry I didn't mention that, I'll fix it :)

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RawClaire, do u soak the flax seeds first?

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just to get it crispy like the ones you buy bagge in a gas station. I made the onion bread too, came out heavenly. This just doesn't have sunflower seeds :)

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my onion bread came out kind of like this... and it was really good! although, just curious, why dehydrate for so long? even at 90 degrees i would think it would be done in 24 hours, no?

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