This recipe is courtesy of “Raw Food Real World†Believe me when I say that my husband has been raw now for 4 months and he wants to eat nothing but those crackers and my guacamole recipe. NOTE: the recipe calls for 3/4 cup flaxseeds and 1/2 cup hempseeds. I’ve made this recipe many times and the quantities I...

Recipe Directions

Process all ingredients in food processor and then dehydrate at 105-115F for about 6-8 hr on teflex sheets, then flip over and dehydrate for another 4-6 hours until desired crispy consistency.

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This recipe is courtesy of “Raw Food Real World†Believe me when I say that my husband has been raw now for 4 months and he wants to eat nothing but those crackers and my guacamole recipe. NOTE: the recipe calls for 3/4 cup flaxseeds and 1/2 cup hempseeds. I’ve made this recipe many times and the quantities I wrote proved to be the best combinations. Also, the recipe calls for 1 or 2 jalepeno peppers, 2 t ground cumin, 1/2 teaspoon chili powder. Again, after making this recipe several times, I decided those are the best quantities to make the perfect corn crackers. Of course you are free to modify this recipe.

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Wow, these are really good!! I finally made them. I misssed the fresh corn season so I used one bag of Cascadian Farm organic frozen corn (which they claim is flash frozen). Can't wait to make these with real fresh corn. But in the meantime, the frozen corn still does the job well. I used a pizza cutter after I flipped them to get the corn chip shapes. Even the picky hubby liked these! Definitely going to make them again. I have Raw Food Real World but used most of Mpop's modifications. I only had 1 red pepper which wasn't quite 1.5 cups but still worked well. I used one whole jalopeno pepper instead of a half. My 1/4 cup of hempseeds was overflowing and I may use more next time. Overall I highly recommend this recipe!! :-)

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TAMJOJOADAR, I am not 100% raw, so 5 -6 months of about 80% raw is not so bad at all. I still enjoy eating some of the cooked food but I focus on staying raw. My husband is about 95% raw and he lost about 79 lb in 6 months now that he has been aw. Being raw is very healthy, but nobody says you have to be 100%, I would say 80% to 90% is ok.

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we found these to be too sweet,...next time will add lime zest, cilantro, and not any red pepper...did add a little lime zest this time round and found those were the best bites

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wow 5 months that is great to me it is a tough way of eating how do you feel after 5 months? does it get easier?

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yes, they are fantastic. to me this is the best chips recipe out there, but then again I've only been doing the raw thing for about 5 months now.

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I made these for a pot luck along with salsa and a raw "sour cream" and the people that were there keep asking me to bring them to other events. They are delicious!

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----sorry hit enter by mistake---
any whooo......... we served these to a group of about thirty people and everyone couldn't believe they were raw chips. It's best when corn is in season and the corn is fresh.

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They are crunchy and good with various toppings. They don't taste like dorritos since they don't have a cheese taste to them but I think they just as good as an alternative.
I love this chips and can eat them all day long.
We served these to a group of about thirty people and

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are they crunchy and sweet like doritos too?

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I make these all the time...I adore these delicious chips! When I flip the chips and peel away the teflex sheets, I use a pizza cutter and cut into triangle shapes. They end up looking like Doritos once fully dehydrated. So good with fresh guacamole!

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