This makes a really good sprouted bread. Yum.

Recipe Directions

1. Use food processor to make a course meal from both the wheat berries and cashews.

2. Rough chop the Brazil nuts and dates.

3. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir, adding water as needed to create a thick dough consistency.

4. Create small loaves by hand and place onto non stick sheet in dehydrator.

5. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for 24 hours or less depending on your machine.

6. Freeze until needed, then thaw and enjoy!

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By Dexter

This makes a really good sprouted bread. Yum.

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I sprout the wheatberries over night and then put them in my cuisineart and pulse until they are about 1/4 the original size. Consider all dry ingredients as flour, and the wheatberries are a the more textured carb in this bread for chewiness but are still pulverized.

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How finely ground should the wheat berries be? Do you use a high speed food processor, or just sprout the berries for a while so they blend easily?

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I make the loaves about the size of my hand each and as tall as my dehydrator will allow.

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yum!

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I make the loaves about the size of my hand each and as tall as my dehydrator will allow.

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What size should I make the loaves??

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I sprout the wheatberries over night and then put them in my cuisineart and pulse until they are about 1/4 the original size. Consider all dry ingredients as flour, and the wheatberries are a the more textured carb in this bread for chewiness but are still pulverized.

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How finely ground should the wheat berries be? Do you use a high speed food processor, or just sprout the berries for a while so they blend easily?

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I choose the wheat berries for the texture, really chewing and great mouth feel. If you try it with millet sprouted let me know how it goes!

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sounds delicious. do you know if millet sprouts can be used as a substitute for the wheat berries?

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