This is what I came up with after my kombucha experiment.

Recipe Directions

1. In a coffee grinder make flour out of the flax and wheatberries then and pour into the food processor and add the oregano and salt and pulse… kombucha cheeze and pulse… Now the coconut oil, pulse… Taste and adjust to suit you… Add the sunflower seeds and gently pulse leaving small pieces…

2. Roll half the dough into 1 inch balls then flatten and place on the trays…

3. The other half of dough I smeared out as thin as possible between 2 sheets of freezer paper then into the dehydrator turned over after 4 hours at 115 degrees… Continue to dehydrate another 4 hours or until the crackers are crisp and the biscuits will be soft…

Note:

They are very tasty but if you want the flavor of the oregano then add a lot more.

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This is what I came up with after my kombucha experiment.

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are the wheatberries the hard or soft variety? Sounds yummy! I have been thinking about using Kombucha in my bread to get it sour doughy. Do you have a picture of the biscuits?

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Hard red wheat. Yes I have a photo but I couldn't get it to upload today. Tried 3 times and wrote Kandace a note on the forum. Don't have an answer as of yet

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Sour Dough Biscuits And Crackers (Kombucha Cheeze)
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Hard red wheat. Yes I have a photo but I couldn't get it to upload today. Tried 3 times and wrote Kandace a note on the forum. Don't have an answer as of yet

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are the wheatberries the hard or soft variety? Sounds yummy! I have been thinking about using Kombucha in my bread to get it sour doughy. Do you have a picture of the biscuits?

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