Bread - good recipes?

WinonaWinona Raw Newbie

Do folks have recipe recommendations for raw breads? What have you tried, that came out well?


  • WinonaWinona Raw Newbie

    I’ll start. I’m posting this recipe from

    *Bread: • 2 apples • 1/2 cup of ground flax • ½ cup ground sesame seeds • 1/8 cup of coco oil or olive oil • 1/4 cup of water.

    Blend all in food processor, spread 1/2 inch thick on teflex dehydrator sheet and dry for 4 hours. Then transfer to grid dehydrator sheet. Dry for 6 hours. Flip and dry for another 2. REALLY Easy. *Almond butter *Cherry Jam is 1 part dried cherries, 1 part re-hydrated cherries. Pulse in food processor until you like the consistency. Spread the almond butter and cherry jam on the bread and enjoy!

  • CarmentinaCarmentina Raw Newbie

    Hi Winona. Sounds like a great recipe. Maybe you should post it with the recipes that way people will actually find it long after this thread is forgotten. Too good to miss on!

  • Hmmm, are there any bread recipes without flax?

  • greenghostgreenghost Raw Newbie

    Russell James has a great looking bread recipe on his site:
    But, domesticgoddess, it does have some flax in it.
    All of his recipes look awesome actually.

  • most of the bread recipes that i’ve come across and liked are mostly flax and usually come out like crackers. i am a big fan of is the onion bread. there are also some bread recipes that i’ve seen and/or used that heavily use almonds or almond flour/pulp. those were too heavy for me.

  • chicorychicory Raw Newbie

    sounds like a good basic recipe. I just made a double batch…. half is savory with herbs, onion, garlic, and the other half has cinnamon and ginger. Very versatile

  • I have yet to find a bread recipe that I like :( I realize now that I cannot eat more than a little bit of flax seeds/meal in a recipe, like no more than 1/4 cup. Flax oil is fine, but ugh, everytime I’ve made a bread with flax I can’t stand the taste.

    I’m still search for a good recipe without flax, but I realize that the flax helps with the bread like consistency.

  • angie207angie207 Raw Master

    We made good dense bread with sprouted wheat & barley:

    Superman’s Pretzels 1 cup wheat 1 cup barley Soak grains 12 hours, rinse & let sprout for 12 to 24 hours, rinsing twice a day. Rinse again just before using. Run grains through Omega or Champion juicer with the blank in place, to process into dough. Put into mixing bowl & add: 1 Tbsp. Mexican Seasoning 1 Tbsp. raw agave nectar 2 tsp. sea salt ¼ tsp. celery seed powder 2 Tbsp. water Mix everything together with your hands, and run it through the juicer again if you want breadstick shapes or flatten to 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick (thinner for crackers) and dehydrate at 110 F for 30 minutes to an hour for bread that is soft inside with a dry outside. Store the extras in the fridge. They can be re-warmed & crisped up in the dehydrator later on, if desired.

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