Recipe Directions

mix all ingredients in bowl. form into small balls. sprinkle chili powder on top.

either stuff them in a cabbage leaf or roll in lettuce leaf. garnish with carrot slivers, sprouts…

OR,

dehydrate for about 4-6 hrs at 115, or until they reach your desired consistency. i think less is more really.

p.s. my seed cheezes tend to be heavy on the veggies (zucchini, celery, onion). if you were using a heavier one you might use less than a cup and add a little water.

Pianissima's Thoughts

By pianissima

incorporating left-over seed cheeze/pate, the seed trunk of a noodled zucchini, AND carrot pulp from juicing.

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great idea!

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thanks you guys

123~ agreed!

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Looks great! I like to make patties similar to this out of left-overs and end-of-the-week produce. They turn something ordinary into a feast without a lot of effort.

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This looks really good! I like how it's not heavy with nuts and seeds. ;-)

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This looks absolutely delicious!

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oh, also, i used MonsieurReality's "kim chee" (http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/kim-chi-1) paste as a spread for this. i made about 1/16th the recipe, with a bit less salt. i smeared a VERY thin layer on. it was SO good. and nice to get a good asian taste without nama shoyu. so cheers to kim chi!

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