Recipe Directions

1. Peel and halve the onions. Slice in a food processor (with slicing disc).

2. Place onions in large bowl and mix with the rest of ingredients until thoroughly combined.

3. Spread mix over a Teflex sheet and repeat until all of mixture is used (I usually end up using 2 sheets).

4. Dehydrate at 100° Fahrenheit for 24 hours. Flip and return to dehydrator for 12 hours.

5. Cut into 9 equal pieces (2 cuts horizontally, 2 cuts vertically).

Kandace's Thoughts

By kandace

This is an easy, flavorful bread than can be used to make sandwiches, to dip, or to eat alone. This is an easy recipe for variations!

Pictured with hummus and tomatoes and a side of spinach Caesar salad.

Based on a recipe by Matt Amsden in RAWVolution.

I’ve made a few changes: the paste to onion ratio has been boosted for a thicker consistency, and the nama shoyu percentage is decreased for taste.

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Oh and I didn't add the oil so I think that with the ground flax activated it's not necessary and it makes it lighter

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I think the trick to this is too process the sunflower seeds so they get creamy but still have pieces and to add water to the whole mixture so that the ground flax get 'activated' into their goopy state. the water gets removed in the end so it's only to get it to not fall apart. this is too oniony for me. I have lost my taste for onions now that I am raw for a year.

But I did make a variation using one cup each of onion, celery, carrot... and liked it much better. I love the onion at first then it's just to much by the end of the meal. But this is a great thing to try very fun.

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I followed the recipe, but added 2 tomatoes,2 cloves of garlic and 1 small shredded zucchini. The consistency seems right. I just put it in the dehydrator, will post with the results.

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I've made several batches of this bread, using Matt's recipe. Every once in a while it will be crumbly. I think it has to do with how fine the seeds are ground. Finer seeds seem to stay together better.

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I made this and it had a great flavour, but the pieces fell apart. No matter if I dehydrate them for a short while or longer. Still falling into pieces. Can anyone help on this?

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Just curious, why'd you add the oil?

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YUMMY! This bread is too good to be true!

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This is the first recipe I have tried from this site and I only used one onion and 1/2 teas sea salt nstead of braggs along with the other ingerients. They made the house smell so good (if you like onions). They came out great. I can not eat to much of them my stomach has a problem with raw onions so I kinda have a tummy ache but they are really great if you have no problems with onions. Garlic is my next choice for my next batch sine I am drying some garlic now.

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kandace, this looks out of this world! i'm going out after i leave you this note to buy some onions! i love anything with onions, i'm going to serve this with sliced tom,red onion & avocado. Thanks!!

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This was my first attempt at dehydrating anything. it tastes really great!!!! It took 12 hours only. I have a question though - there is no way i got 19 servings out of this. I made them round shaped like size of hamburger buns. i got about 6 of them. am i eating way too much if i eat one of these, or 2?

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This bread is amazing! It meant so much to me to have my very first bread recipe turn out so well. I haven't even finished it all yet and I'm planning to make another batch - it's just too delish to be without. I read everyone's tips here first and they were so helpful. You all contributed to my success - you're just rawsome - thanks!

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Hi everyone... well i absolutely love this bread.. im about to have another nibble of some... I find it's only too rich if i dont have 'fresh' stuff on top of it.. so i have been having really thick slices of tomatoe with some ground sea salt on top and it is absolutely amazing... I also notice the difference if i make the onion bread too thick when i spread it on the teflex sheet...

My husband (SAD) and my daughter (SAD) absolutely love it too... I make double and then cut it into the sizes i want and the freeze groups of slices together so i can get what i want out each day...

I am a huge fan of olives so i will try adding them next time.. thanks Luna blu...

And thanks kandace for sharing... i am new to Raw.. have dabbled since Feb when i did a 10day Juice Feast... yesterday was my first full 100% Raw Day and i luved it... my struggle is having cooked/raw in the house, but then i spose lots of you have that struggle too... anyway's I've lots of research yet to do for other yummy yummy recipes...

Keep Smiling Everyone...

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Never mind. I'm sick of it >< . I've had it for lunch for 3 days and I'm already sick of it lol. I just can't stand the richness of it anymore. Too flavourful for me. I think I would like a more mild bread, so that the flavour of the veggies and dressing inside may be more...taste-able.

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This tastes like fried onions! I couldn't believe it! Very rich flavor, very filling, I made two sandwiches but couldn't finish the 2nd because it was just too much...too much nama shoyu flavor, too much fried onion flavor, too much richness, or something, so tomorrow just 1 sandwich will do, I won't want to get sick of this bread! Mm, it made the house smell so good too. Well, I liked it because I'm in love with onions. But my SAD mom was getting a little fed up and tired of smelling onion wherever she went...I don't know what's wrong with her, I was in heaven ^^ Yes, too bad it takes so long to dehydrate...but some of the best things take time and patience...

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Laurajean, I'm going to make my own "braggs" with Miso paste and water... i don't use Tamari/Nama Shoyu/Braggs either (it doesn't give me headaches, i just don't like to use soy products... I love onions, so i won't be changing anything else other than making my miso liquid :)

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this is what I do... I use 4 onions then double all the ingredients except the nama shoyu... I use the same amount of nama shoyu as a single recipe and add a half a cup of water. I tend to make it kinda thick so I only get 2 dehydrator trays out of it.. but boy is it good!!!

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Well, I thought I owuld wing it! OMG! I put the black and green raw olives and it is absolutely dvine!! This is going to help me stay 100% raw!!

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Is this bread meant to be crunchy, or mor softer and chewier? It looks great, and I love onions. I may add some raw olives!

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I love your new haircut Kandace :) This is going to be my first try when i'm off my master cleanse! Looks amazing!

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I took out some of the onion and added red bell pepper in its place. I also added pumpkin seeds. It was alittle to oniony for me. but doing that did the trick. I love this onion bread

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This is the first bread I made in my 9-tray Excalibur dehydrator two nights ago. WOW! I doubled the seeds and used 1/2 cup of water, 1/2 cup braggs liquid aminos and lots of spinach shredded in the food processor. Even my 1 year old cries for it! I made a triple batch of this. Anyone know how to store this for a few days? In the fridge? On the counter? I put in fridge and they are no longer crisp. Help...anyone?

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We just got aronud to trying this bread- and man is it good! We made a sandwhich with it with the beanless hummus, advocado, tomatoes and sprouts. Yummers!

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I made some of this bread last night...it was ready to be flipped this morning and only took a few more hours after that. YUM! I used water and a little salt instead of nama shoyu. Great!

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I don't think I have seen so many wonderful comments on one recipe. I was about to go to sleep but instead I think I must get some of this bread in the dehydrator...

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Lesson learned...cut the Bragg's or Nama shoyu in half(dilute w/ water). I cannot even open my eyes today and only had bits while it was dehydrating. Water! Maybe I cut out the Bragg's now altogether as some of you have done--sensitivity?

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