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not liking any dehydrated foods :(

i want to make some dehydrated foods so i can have a bit as winter approaches. i don’t really need it during the summer but come winter i might enjoy some denser foods.

can anyone point me to recipes they just LOVE? I’ve tried flaxseed crackers (blech), carrot bread (double blech) and just can’t seem to hit upon my ‘magic recipe’. I like the onion bread, but don’t want to down that many onions overall.



  • kathrynintherawkathrynintheraw Raw Newbie

    What is it about dehydrated food you don’t like? Personally, I don’t like it either…. It just always seems so… lacking. But I love me some raw desserts! ;D That’s usually how I satisfy the craving for dense foods. You could try making mousse, pies, cookies etc… There are many recipes that don’t require dehydration. If it’s savoury food you’re in the market for, you could always try subbing other seeds for the flax (in flax crackers). I find the taste of flax too strong, but when I make crackers with sesame seeds, I find them manageable. http://www.therawchef.com/index.php?option=com_… http://therawchefblog.com/the-best-thing-since-... ^^ Here are two bread recipes by Russell James. His recipes are usually big hits. Hope this helps!

  • queenfluffqueenfluff Raw Newbie

    are you looking for bread type things? If you have Alissa Cohens book, try her bagels – they are really good. (tip: make them not as thick and smaller and they dehyrate better).

    If yo are looking for other things, I have a Eggplant “Bac-un” recipe that people beg me for at potlucks. Click on my icon to see my recipes.

  • rachel_akikorachel_akiko Raw Newbie

    I would try dehydrated pineapple, banana, or mango or any fruit really, or breads made out of mostly zucchini with some quinoa.

  • MOTHMOTH Raw Newbie

    I have to admit I have never had success with dehydrated food. I will go as far as “sundried tomatoes” (which I soak to use) but everything else just doesn’t digest very well for me. HOWEVER…if I need chips or bread I’ll just high-tail it up to the nearest raw vegan cafe and get some nibbles there.

    I do prefer dehydrated zucchini in breads.

  • ZoeZoe Raw Newbie

    This is lovely http://goneraw.com/recipes/3682-Indian-Crepes-o…

    And this http://goneraw.com/recipes/380-Zoe-s-Bread-

    And this http://goneraw.com/recipes/362-Shazzies-Pizza

    And if you don’t like these then I give up!! http://goneraw.com/recipes/656-Renee-s-Crisps

    Also, if you soak flax add a pinch of salt and blend it with water to make a batter, then slice sweet potato in a mandolin or a food processor so it is very thinly sliced, then dip the slices in the batter and dehydrate you will have potato crisps or potato chips as the Americans call them. And if you slice avocado and dip it in the batter then dehydrate you will have English chip shop chips.

  • FeeFee Raw Master

    Oh, they sound good Zoe – I could have done with them yesterday though!!

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