These, my friend, are quite fantastic - like you! 

Recipe Directions

1. First what you do is cut the eggplant into slices - as thin or thick as you'd like. I like them about a centimeter to a 1 1/2 centimeters thick because then they're like rice cakes.

2. Next, you dehydrate them. 

3. Then wait until they are really dry and pretty crispy.

4. Put them into a bowl which has about a cup of water and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in it. Soak the eggplant until they get soft.

5. Dehydrate them again until they get super-duper dry and crunchy like rice cakes.

A super modification for all-dressed crackers is: after you soak them, sprinkle a mixture of paprika, cayenne pepper, and pepper onto them. 

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By Krista the Great

These, my friend, are quite fantastic - like you! 

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i think there's a slight difference, 'cause if you dehydrate then soak then dehydrate, the eggplant tends to soak up more apple cider vinegar. it's really good, either way.. haha. =)

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These sound tasty and not complicated at all! Ill try em for sure

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Is there a difference in the outcome of the snack if you dehydrate, soak then dehydrate again as opposed to just soaking and dehydrating?

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Sounds great, I will make these as soon as possible and tell everyone how it went!! YUMM

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Yummy

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hahaha, you are so adorable.

these sound incredible- i wish

i had a dehydrator so bad!

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i think there's a slight difference, 'cause if you dehydrate then soak then dehydrate, the eggplant tends to soak up more apple cider vinegar. it's really good, either way.. haha. =)

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Is there a difference in the outcome of the snack if you dehydrate, soak then dehydrate again as opposed to just soaking and dehydrating?

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wooo go team!

yeah usually when i make 'em i just soak 'em and dry 'em. i just wanted to make the process look hard and professional-ly, 'cause i'm like that. man, though, it's such a bugger that it takes so much eggplant to make so few chips! but i suppose they're fun to look at and buy anyhoo, so it's all good.

(imaginary)HIGH FIVES ALL AROUND!

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These sound tasty and not complicated at all! Ill try em for sure

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I didn't want to take the time to dehydrate them, soak them, and dehydrate again, so I just sliced, soaked and dehydrated. they are AWESOME, and went really well with some hummus, in fact, I had to go buy more eggplant so I could make more. Thank you!

Hopefully next time I am feeling more patient and will take the extra time to dehydrate, soak, and dehydrate again.

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oh thank you this sounds super easy and i like the simple ingenuity of it- not too many weird questionable ingredients to filter out or replace some how. my non-raw boyfriend will probably even like them ;)

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oh thank you this sounds super easy and i like the simple ingenuity of it- not too many weird questionable ingredients to filter out or replace some how. my non-raw boyfriend will probably even like them ;)

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You sound super sporadic and amped, I like it!

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Ooh, these sound pretty good. I used to really like rice cakes so may have to give these a try.

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wooooo! great!

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