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How to: Put all the filling ingredients into a food processor and process till thick and smooth.

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How long do you soak the seeds? Do you use the seeds unhulled?

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Kyannie, you would use hulled seeds. I did a search on GoneRaw for "soak" and "seed". Here's the link: http://www.therawtarian.com/search/node/type:forum soak "seed". There are 25 pages of topics. Just browse through the headings to find those that deal with using nuts and seeds in uncooking.

This site has a chart with soak times, and includes what the sprouted yield should be. For more indepth information on sprouting and detailed information on different seeds and nuts check here.

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Stuffed Red Peppers
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These are great. I generally omit the cayenne and use a fresh serrano pepper instead.

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Kyannie, you would use hulled seeds. I did a search on GoneRaw for "soak" and "seed". Here's the link: http://www.therawtarian.com/search/node/type:forum soak "seed". There are 25 pages of topics. Just browse through the headings to find those that deal with using nuts and seeds in uncooking.

This site has a chart with soak times, and includes what the sprouted yield should be. For more indepth information on sprouting and detailed information on different seeds and nuts check here.

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How long do you soak the seeds? Do you use the seeds unhulled?

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These are great. I generally omit the cayenne and use a fresh serrano pepper instead.

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