Recipe Directions

Soak the flax seeds. Then, blend everything. Spread 1/6 batter on Teflex sheets (about 6″ wide, should make 6). Dehydrate 95° for 2-3 hours and flip. Dehydrate for another 2-3 hours. Remove before crispy.
These can be made the day before and then stored in the refrigerator.

Kandace's Thoughts

I absolutely love taco night – at least a once a week occurrence. These tortillas area easy-to-make and delicious.

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Yummy! I have got to try these!

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I just got a dehydrator for my birthday and have been looking for things to use in it :)
When these are done, are they soft and able to be used as wraps?

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These look great can't wait to try them when I get home. Can I use brown flax seed instead? and one more ? some might think ooo but eating that much flax does it make you "go" more? I have only used it sparingly so far. thanks

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Oooo I've got to try these!
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I'm only a few weeks into the raw diet so pardon my newness. I couldn't wait for a reply so I went ahead and soaked my flax and used 1 cup of soaked flax instead of dry. I'm glad I did. I have used dry flax for another cracker recipe and I didn't like how it stuck to my teeth! That didn't happen with these. I am not a spicey food lover, so I cut the cayenne in half and it was still too spicy for me. But other than my own personal inability to tolerate spicy heat I thought these were great! I dehydrated to the tortilla stage just to test one out with salad fillings off my dinner plate, ate it, loved it, and then dehydrated the rest completely to the crunchy chip state, which are now on my desk at work (with a bottle of water to cool off my mouth!!). I will be making these over and over again with soaked flax and just a pinch of cayenne. They are winners with my whole SAD family, except my husband who refuses to eat any raw food or even a cooked vegetable for that matter. Thanks for the recipe!

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Kandace can you clarify that the flax is measured dry as 1 cup and then soaked, not soaked and then measured? Thanks!

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Soaked flax seeds will get gelatinous and you cannot rinse that off :) Actually, that is what helps to hold everything together, so use them as is.

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I never have soaked flax seeds before. Are they supposed absorb all the water and get kinda gelatnous? Do I rinse them? Or use them as is??

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Duh....I see it now...soak for 8hrs

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How long should I soak the flax seeds for??

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bq. I don’t have a dehydrator, but would love to make these—any suggestions?
Here is some information on "using an oven":http://www.therawtarian.com/forums/2/topics/1609, but I believe the dehydrator is the ideal.

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I made these using this recipe and I LOVED them. They really reminded me of corn tortillas. I also love that there is NO corn in them. Sometimes I think I might be allergic to corn so this is a great alternative. 5 stars!!

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I must have left mine in the dehydrator too long, because they ended up being really crispy. So I cut them into little triangles and dipped them into cheese sauce like nacho chips. They were amazing!!

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I don't have a dehydrator, but would love to make these -- any suggestions?

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we made a similar recipe from the Raw Family, next time we will try this one

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Just made these today with the walnut taco filling...wonderful! Thanks so much!

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much better than regular taco shells or tortillas, very impressive and easy recipe thank you

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much better than regular taco shells or tortillas, very impressive and easy recipe thank you

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I just made these tonight and they we aewsome!!! Thank you!

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I have been taking the pulp when I juice carrots and adding the mayo that was on this site somewhere and wrapping in a sprouted shell for lunch. It is very very good, however I know the wrap isn't raw, but very healthy alternative to bread, but I bet this taco shell would work well and be raw.
I'm not sure where the recipe is for the mayo (it's part of another recipe I think for mock tuna maybe using chopped carrots), but I've been using it even as a salad dressing on my spinach salads. I love it.

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These are good! Amazing pliable texture-- even better than flour tortillas!

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nice! try making them with corn some day, they are really awesome

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These look just great!
When the rounds are firm and still flexible, I was thinking that I could make a taco shell and a taco salad "bowl".
For the shell, I could put it in a "U-shaped" taco form and let it finish drying.
For the salad bowl, form it into some of those fluted taco bowl things and finish drying it that way.

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