Creating Healthy Habits
1 cup buckwheat, , soaked
¾ cup sundried tomatoes, soaked
1 onion, minced
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 cup flaxmeal, ground
1 cup sundried tomatoes (sauce), soaked, water saved
1 teaspoon oregano (sauce)
1 clove garlic (sauce), minced
½ teaspoon basil
2 Medjool dates (sausage), pitted
½ teaspoon fennel seed (sausage)
1 cup walnuts (sausage)
1 pinch crushed red pepper (sausage)
1 dash ground red pepper (sausage)
¼ teaspoon EACH salt, pepper, oregano, basil (sausage)
1 cup almonds (mossarella), soaked
2 teaspoon tahini (mozzarella)
1 tablespoon lemon juice (mozzarella)
½ teaspoon Nama Shoyu (I use gf tamari)
green pepper, diced
raw-cured olives, optional
Make the crust: Process the buckwheat, tomatoes, avocado, onion, and sea salt until smooth.
Remove to a bowl and add the flaxmeal. Spread on two Teflexx sheets until about 1/8-1/4 inch thick. Score into slices and dehydrate for 3 hours. Flip the slices, turn heat to 95 degrees and dehydrate about another 10 hours.
Meanwhile, make the pizza sauce: Blend together tomatoes, oregano, garlic, and basil with just enough soakwater to make a thick sauce.
Make the sausage: Process the walnuts till chopped. Add dates, fennel, basil, oregano, salt and peppers and process until it comes together but still has texture.
Make the mozzarella: Blend together the almonds, tahini, lemon, and nama shoyu until smooth. Let sit in the fridge overnight.
To make the pizzas: Assesmble: Crust, then: Tomato Sauce; Mozzarella; Sausage; Chopped onion; Chopped green pepper.
Dehydrate at 110 degrees for about an hour or until warm.
This reminded me sooooooo much of the fully loaded pizza I ate as a kid – years ago we quit eating pork, but this sausage really tastes like the real deal! You could feel free to use some raw-cured olives for a more complete taste, but I didn’t think it needed any:
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