The dressing is creamy and the olives are meaty. A totally satisfying meal that even my non-vegan husband liked!
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Recipe Directions

1. In a large mixing bowl, combine wheat berries, tomatoes, cucumber, basil, collards, nuts and olives. Set aside.

2. In a smaller bowl, combine dressing ingredients: tahini, lemon juice, salt and pepper.

3. When the tahini is well combined, pour over veggies and mix well.

Cherre's Thoughts

By Cherre

The dressing is creamy and the olives are meaty.

A totally satisfying meal that even my non-vegan husband liked!

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Thanks Beany...I don't think I should touch the Khamut, but I know that I can have buckwheat.

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I think you could do any hearty grain that works for you. Spelt or kamut, barley or rye, whatever you like! Tahini really makes the greek flavor but to avoid sesame seeds you could try...almond butter?

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How many unsprouted wheat berries should equal 3.5 cups after sprouting do you think?

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How many unsprouted wheat berries should equal 3.5 cups after sprouting do you think?

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@ Karuna – I let them sprout until they have little tails, takes 2-3 days :-)

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I think you could do any hearty grain that works for you. Spelt or kamut, barley or rye, whatever you like! Tahini really makes the greek flavor but to avoid sesame seeds you could try...almond butter?

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Supposedly there exist truly raw sproutable rice but I never was able to find it back the only package of wild rice that actually sprouted for me. But if you find it, you might be able to substitute it with real rice.

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Thanks Beany...I don't think I should touch the Khamut, but I know that I can have buckwheat.

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How long do you soak/sprout the wheat berries for?

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How long do you soak/sprout the wheat berries for?

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i soak barley, very yummy

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allergies to wheat. Kamut may work. It is an ancient wheat. Therefore I eat it. Buckwheat could work, also try and get Chana Dal Garbanzos. They are smaller than the regular garbanzos.

Recipe sounds great.

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Sounds scrumptious! Any suggestions for what I could substitute for the wheatberries and sesame? (allergies to wheat and sesame).

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