Now that I have a dehydrator, I’m finding all sorts of awesome recipes to make in it! I found this one, taken from “Hooked on Raw”. It just looks so yummy and I can’t wait to make it so I had to post it for others, too!
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    14 braided pretzels
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1) Measure all ingredients into a bowl and with a large spoon mix them. 2) Feed the ingredients through a Green Power juicer utilizing the pretzel-making attachment. (If you don’t have the Green Power juicer, you can make the dough in a Champion juicer with the blank in place and then shape the dough by hand into pretzel shapes.) As the dough comes out of the machine, it will be in the shape of a long, continuous breadstick. Place this dough gently on a table. Then you can cut it into breadsticks, or you can braid two of them together or create other interesting pretzel shapes. Place the pretzels onto a mesh dehydrator tray and dehydrate at 95 F for 24 to 48 hours.
Yield: 14 braided pretzels. When thoroughly dried, they can be stored at room temperature. The Pretzels can also be dehydrated to the chewy stage. These must be stored in the refrigerator.
MY NOTE: I just copied the recipe and pasted it – but I don’t have a juicer that will do that so here’s what I’m going to try… using some techniques from other recipes.
Mix everything together in a food processor until mushy and well pureed (it will probably take a while!). Put into a plastic bag and pipe into desired shapes, then continue as directed.
is this recipe 100% raw? I’m not sure if it is or not – looks like it

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Now that I have a dehydrator, I’m finding all sorts of awesome recipes to make in it! I found this one, taken from “Hooked on Raw”. It just looks so yummy and I can’t wait to make it so I had to post it for others, too!

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So funny! I have this exact same recipe in the dehydrator right now except it is from Alissa cohens book for her Rye Bagel Recipe - funny same ingredients. Except caraway seeds aren't soaked. So deja vue as I just put them in!.I am making mine more like bagel chips than thick bagels though. Maybe they will be like pretzels. I added extra salt to mine. :)

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mmmm i love caraway.

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