1 cup buckwheat (soaked)
¾ cup sun-dried tomatoes (soaked)
1 onion (minced)
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 cup flax meal (ground)
1 cup sun-dried tomatoes (soaked, water saved)
1 teaspoon oregano
1 clove garlic (minced)
½ teaspoon basil
2 Medjool dates (pitted)
½ teaspoon fennel seed
1 cup walnuts
Pinch of red pepper (crushed)
Dash of red pepper (ground)
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon pepper
¼ teaspoon oregano
¼ teaspoon basil
1 cup almonds (soaked)
2 teaspoons tahini
1 tablespoon lemon juice
½ teaspoon nama shoyu
Green pepper (diced)
Raw-cured olives (optional)
1. To make the crust, process the buckwheat, tomatoes, avocado, onion, and sea salt until smooth. Remove to a bowl and add the flax meal.
2. Spread on two teflex sheets until about 1/8-1/4 inch thick.
3. Score into slices and dehydrate for 3 hours. Flip the slices, turn heat to 95 Fahrenheit and dehydrate about another 10 hours.
4. Create the sauce by blending together tomatoes, oregano, garlic, and basil with just enough soak water to make a thick sauce.
5. Make the sausage by processing the walnuts till chopped. Add dates, fennel, basil, oregano, salt, and peppers and process until it comes together but still has texture.
6. To make the mozzarella, blend together the almonds, tahini, lemon, and nama shoyu until smooth. Let sit in the fridge overnight.
7. Make the pizza with first the crust, then tomato sauce, mozzarella, sausage, chopped onion, and finally with chopped green pepper.
8. Dehydrate at 110 Fahrenheit for about an hour or until warm.
This reminded me so much of the fully loaded pizza I ate as a kid.
Years ago we quit eating pork, but this sausage really tastes like the real deal!
You could feel free to use some raw-cured olives for a more complete taste, but I didn’t think it needed any.
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