I had made this pesto salad dressing, and had to use it up before it went bad. I also had some spinach to use up so I thought I’d try to create my first raw recipe. These chips/crisps are sooooo goooood! They are very delicate too. YUM
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Recipe Directions

Wash spinach and tear into manageable pieces (or if using baby spinach, leave whole, but sturdier leaves work much better). Dry well.
Blend all other ingredients until smooth. Pour some of the pesto dressing into a bowl with the spinach and coat well with your hands, really massage the leaves and get it in there.
Lay each leaf flat on dehydrator shelf, and dehydrate at 105 for 8 to 10 hours.
Peel leaves off carefully as they are very fragile.
Eat!

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I had made this pesto salad dressing, and had to use it up before it went bad. I also had some spinach to use up so I thought I’d try to create my first raw recipe. These chips/crisps are sooooo goooood! They are very delicate too. YUM

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I just mixed everything together and made little crackers out of it - so yummy! I wish I had added some onion though. Just make sure to make the crackers thick enough in the dehydrator - like 1/8 inch or the will be very fragile. Awesome recipe!

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Hi waterbaby.. that IS a cool idea. Let me know what happens!

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I might be getting a bit lazy, but what if you put it all in the blender and dehydrate into little cracker size blobs??? I believe I will do it!!! Sounds awesome!!! Thanks for the idea!!!

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I was also thinking that these would be awesome with the dressing from the "Thai 'peanut' salad" recipe here.

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Oh good, another item to make up for the coming holidays. I know I am early, but I am putting dried foods in my "Food Saver" and the holidays will be PEACE to all! Thanks

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This is so clever! I can't wait to try it; thank you:-)

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Springleaf, yes, I first made this as a dressing for a spinach, mixed greens, and arugula salad with walnuts and strawberries, and it was divine!

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I have no dehydrator -but this looks like a good salad to me... thank you :-)

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omg i once dehydrated a pesto (i believe it was the avopesto recipe on this site) and it was SO RIDICULOUSLY GOOD. most good creamy dressings or dips taste great dehydrated. thanks for sharing!

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I just got one a few days ago. I'm having so much fun with it! Between that, a juicer, and a good blender, I won't be losing produce to time... I can either juice it, blend it up, or dry it out =)

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Ooh, sounds delish!

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Mmm these look so good. Wish I had a dehydrator..

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