Recipe Directions

First, take the sprouted quinoa and process with CocoBtr until creamy. Second, Combine the pulp or sprouts w/ the nuts goji berries, salt and spices – and process w/ the quinoa. Third, Form the ‘Dough’ into two equal size loafs and place on none-stick, teflex, mat on 2 separate trays in your dehydrator. Fourth, dehydrate at 145 for 1-1.5hrs. and then drop down the temp. to 105 and dehydrate for 2-3 more hours. Finally, devour :) Ps: Both Excaliber company and Dr. Cousens have done extensive research on the dehydrating of raw food; and both of their research concludes that the moisture literally has to sweat out before the enzymes are denatured – So enzymes are not affected until most of the moisture is removed.

Mocha's Thoughts

Wonderfully Delicious Bread, that’s fit for a king :) - If you are desiring a more savory recipe then I recommend using sprouts(leafy) and Cumin & some Cayenne or for Sweet: Carrot Pulp instead of sprouts, some Mesquite, and Sweet Paprika.

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This looks great! I will have to try it but I can't right now because today is day 13 of my 30 day juice fast. I have saved up pulp and will keep saving it for making things like this. If anyone knows of other ways to use the pulp besides compost, let me know. It is a shame to waste it. I found htis link for raw burgers from pulp: http://rawyogi2.blogspot.com/2007/07/raw-veggie-burger-low-nut-to-try.html. And I also want to try the carrot flax bread that is posted on goneraw.com. http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/carrot-flax-bread. It is very easy and looks good.

Shawn

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This sounds like a great bread product! I find essen bread to be a very....acquired taste, so this might just do the trick!

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It could be a veggie burguer too with sunflower seeds for nuts,and carrot pulp.

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Thank you, this sounds good, I will try it. I crave bread in the Autumn.

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