YieldThis makes one big pizza. The size of a dehydrator tray. I recommend doubling it.
2 cup buckwheat sprouts, just sprout for 24 hours
1 stick of celery
1 clove of garlic
5 fresh ripe tomatoes
3 cup dried tomatoes, soak for 1/2 hour before using
1 red onion
1 orange or red bell pepper
2 teaspoon lemon juice
teaspoon good salt
3 dates, soak for 15 mins if using dried dates
2 tablespoon unrefined organic olive oil
1 cup pine nuts
1 cob of corn
1 white or yellow onion
Base: Process the buckwheat, celery, garlic, bananas together in food processor Spread out onto a dehydrator tray until 2cm thick. Slice tomatoes thinly and press into the base. Dehydrate for about a day until solid, but not too crispy.
Topping: Make 3 cups of dehydrated tomatoes (or use sun dried), blend in food processor with 1/4 cup onion, one ripe tomato, 2 teaspoons of lemon juice, 3 dates (soaked if not fresh) and a teaspoon of salt until it is a deep red colour and everything is smooth. It takes a while to do it thoroughly. You may need a touch of water to get it smooth. Spread this on the pizza crust after it is dehydrated.
Cut up the peppers and mushrooms and red onion, sprinkle all over a dehydrator tray and dehydrate while you’re dehydrating the crust, for a few hours until the veggies have softened.
Cheese: Process the corn and the pine nuts with the olive oil until it is really creamy, add salt to taste, spread it over a dehydrator tray and dehydrate while you’re drying everything else for about 6 hours or until it has gone golden and a little hard on one side, just do one side.
So once the crust, cheese and veggies are dehydrated you can assemble the pizza. Do this just as you are about to eat it.
Spread the tomato sauce on the pizza, then the veggies and then the cheese, softest side down.
Zoe's ThoughtsBy Zoe
This is adapted from ‘Detox delights’ by Shazzie.
This is worth the effort. Make double the recipe, you will want to eat more of it, I always make two at once. It is very reminisant of cooked pizza and really helps to squash bready, carby junk food cravings.
The photo is kindly donated by the wonderful Mygreenmojo, it looks great thank you!
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