Recipe Directions

1. Grind chickpeas and groats in processor until it becomes a nice paste. Add all other ingredients and process until fully combined.

2. Spoon out 5 equal blobs onto Teflex sheet and press into patty shapes.

3. Dehydrate at 145 degrees for two hours then turn down to 115 Degrees and dehydrate for another 2 hours.

4. Next, flip the patties and continue dehydrating for the final 2 hours. I know some people don’t like to dehydrate at that temperature, but according to Excalibur the food temperature won’t actually reach 145 for the first two hours.

Rawpatience's Thoughts

By rawpatience

A hearty, tasty burger with a mildly sweet/spice flavor.

A perfect match with Kandace’s onion bread and lemon mayo.

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mmm,

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Just by reading the ingredients I know this is going to be fantastic. Thanks very much.

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AlyssaDane: this really is yummy. My 3 yr. old loved it and he's a bit picky, and also my non-raw hubby said it was a keeper. Angie: The Bragg's sprinkle has about 30 different herbs in it which I think adds to the complexity of this burger. If I were to pick a couple of herbs in replacement I'd have to say a bit each of coriander, ginger, & thyme...and maybe a dash of raw soya. Also what I think is key to this burger is serving it with the onion bread, since there is no onion in the recipe. Enjoy!

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mmm,

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Spike seasoning is good and Natalia Rose recommends it in her book - it's just a bunch of dried spices. It's a good replacement for the braggs... But, read the label b/c i just bought more of the regular and while i was there, i read the 2 other Spike seasonings and they contained things that i wasn't sure about it being raw... I hope that helps, Angie!

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AlyssaDane: this really is yummy. My 3 yr. old loved it and he's a bit picky, and also my non-raw hubby said it was a keeper. Angie: The Bragg's sprinkle has about 30 different herbs in it which I think adds to the complexity of this burger. If I were to pick a couple of herbs in replacement I'd have to say a bit each of coriander, ginger, & thyme...and maybe a dash of raw soya. Also what I think is key to this burger is serving it with the onion bread, since there is no onion in the recipe. Enjoy!

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Just by reading the ingredients I know this is going to be fantastic. Thanks very much.

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Beautiful! Mmmmmmmmmm! What herbs would you recommend to replace the sprinkle?

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This burger looks amazing. We have been trying to find a good burger recipe - I haven't liked most of the ones we've tried.

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