Recipe Directions

In food processor, mix flax seeds, salt, garlic and sun-dried tomato water. Add walnuts and sesame seeds.

Divide the mixture into two and spread them on two dehydrator trays about 1/4-inch high.

Dehydrate at 110 degrees for 4 hours. Flip and score (use a pizza cutter) the bread into 9 slices. Dehydrate another 4-6 hours.

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By thedailyraw

I adapted this from Ani Phyo’s Black Sesame Sunflower Bread. It’s great with smashed avocado and alfalfa sprouts sandwiches.

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I made it using the original recipe. It is pretty good sandwich bread. I think I might omit the onions and garlic next time and use garlic powder instead. This is a thick bread by the way. I like it cuz it's not one of those "cracker" breads that are typically made in the dehydrator. It's soft and more bread-like, so you can use it just as you would with normal bread.

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is this a thick softer bread, or is a thinner flat bread? or does that just depend on how thick you spread it onto your dehydrator?

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My dehydrator just arrived 2 weeks ago, and this is the first recipe I tried. I didn't have black sesame seeds. Wow, this was so delicious. I turned it over after 4 hrs on 104 degrees. I simply couldn't wait & after 1 hour, I made a sandwich with it. The bread was still moist & delicious. Yum!

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My dehydrator just arrived 2 weeks ago, and this is the first recipe I tried. I didn't have black sesame seeds. Wow, this was so delicious. I turned it over after 4 hrs on 104 degrees. I simply couldn't wait & after 1 hour, I made a sandwich with it. The bread was still moist & delicious. Yum!

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This is the first recipe I made using my new dehydrator. It is so yummy! I didn't have flax seeds, so I used sunflower seeds and flaxseed meal instead. I can't wait to make it again.

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These came out pretty good. They are easy to make, inexpensive, and are done in one day, which are all pluses. I didn't know what to put on them so I topped them with some Miso Mayo, sliced guacamole, sliced mini-peppers, sliced cherry tomatoes, and sundried olives.

Thank you for the recipe, I will probably make these again since they are so easy to prepare.

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This Sounds & Looks Wonderful! I can't wait to try it!! Thank you for posting it.

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Terilynn (The Daily Raw) responded to my query that you are supposed to use both the sun-dried tomatoes and the soak water. They both go in the food processor at the same time. This was yummy:)!

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Does anyone know if you're supposed to actually use the sun-dried tomatoes themselves? Or just the soak water? The tomatoes are listed as an ingredient, but they're not mentioned in the instructions. Thanks!

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I tried this bread today. I used whole sunflower seeds instead of walnuts. I soaked then first for 30 minutes and then I have to add about 1/4 cup unsoaked whole sunflower seeds more because the batter needed more meal to ball up. It was too wet. I also soaked the sun dried tomatoes for only 30 minutes, they still where a bit hard. It worked very well. Because I try to avoid salt and condiments specially onions and garlic, they do not agree good with me, I added 1/3 cup of fresh basilicum, chive, parsely and seldery. Because the tomatoes do have a bit of see salt, it turned out to be very tasty. I share this for those who wonder how it would turn out if the walnuts were not used and with the minimum condiments. I was delicious. I prepared only half of the recipe and I used my oven to dehydrate and it took about 2 hours to have it ready.

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this bread is sooo yummy! thanks!

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Just finished my first batch and it turned out perfect! It took a few hours longer in the dehydrator to get them completely dry, but it probably just depends on which dehydrator you're using. I just made a delicious sandwich for lunch! Thanks for the recipe!

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These sounds great..I make a simaialr version based on Juliano's buckwheat crust.i soak buckwheat oats till they sprout and then in food processor I pulse them with sun-dried tomatoes,basil,garlic,evoo,salt&pepper until it becomes a dough then put them in the dehydrator for a day or two..

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How does the original recipe include the sunflower seeds? (I'm trying to use more sunflower seeds because I'm a little allergic to walnuts, but I wonder if I just substitute them in this version if the spices would still work?).

Looks wonderful!

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hey little mango, Just was wondering if you ever got a dehydrator yet. I really want a really good one but can't afford one right now, but I got a dehydrator from walmart, and it works just fine for now and it wasn't to expensive, compared to the big dogs. I am dreaming of a vitamix someday. good luck,

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This was quite easy to make and turned out amazing. I wasn't quite sure what to do with the soaked walnuts before adding to mix. So, I tossed them in with everything else in the food processor and it worked out. Thanks for the recipe!

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These look gorgeous! Can't wait till I can afford a dehydrator!!

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