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I bought a coffee grinder for grinding seeds (no coffee grinding in my house). So.. I grind both the flax and sunflower seeds pour that into a mixing bowl mix well, add liquid aminos, cumin, onion powder, cayenne, garlic, and water, again mix well. I let this mixture sit for 45 minutes to an hour, then spread onto dehydrator non-stick sheets scour to desired portion size, dehydrate at 100 degrees for 8 hours flip over, dehydrate for another 8 hours or less depending on desired consistency. YOU CAN use an oven on the lowest setting on a non-stick baking sheet about the same time maybe a little less (remember to set it to just barely on). I have done many variations of this recipe all are quite good. Can be used with soups, dips, sandwiches, entrees, or even as a snack. Enjoy :0).

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This sounds like it would be tatsty, all I need are the Sunflower seeds, so a shopping I will go. Thanks for the recipe, I'll let you know how it came out.

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How much water do you add?

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Im making some raw hummus tomorrow and this sounds like it would go together perfectly.

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Is there anything we can sub for flax or can we dec amount - I don't like the consistency - reminds me of cooked okra :(

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That sounds good! I'm want to make mine into a loaf, but I'm sure It'd take forever to dry. Did you spread yours out thin?

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