Recipe Directions

1. Chop vegetables and ground the spelt and flax seeds to make flower.

2. Mix all ingredients in a bowl by hand and then take small quantity of mix and form into a ball.

3. Place the croquettes on dehydrator sheets and dehydrate 12-15 hours. Enjoy!

Mpop's Thoughts

By mpop

These croquettes are nice to put in wraps or use on top of salads.

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What did I do wrong?? This turned out terrible for me. Were those sunflower seeds supposed to be ground?? It would not stick together. Were those herbs supposed to be fresh?? That much sage and thyme and savory made it taste musty. I've got to be missing something here as everyone else has enjoyed it and it got 5 stars.

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What temperature did you use for the dehydration? 115? More/less?

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I always use 105F for everything.

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These are really good on top of salads!!!!!! I've been making them often lately. Here is what I do: Finely chop up the pepper, celery, carrots; add the flax meal to the chopped veggies; blend the remaining ingredients in the vitamix into a pate; then mix all together.

Used fresh herbs. Haven't had any savory, nor have I used garlic and onion due to my spouse's preferences. Also, left out the spelt the last number of times that I've made it. One more thing: I used prepared mustard - just squirted some in. I don't think the ingredients have to be exact - just make it work for you. ;-) DELICIOUS!!!

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Humm....these looked and sounded so tasty countrygirl that I was going to make them for a party this weekend. Going to try a small batch of them and see how they come out.

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What did I do wrong?? This turned out terrible for me. Were those sunflower seeds supposed to be ground?? It would not stick together. Were those herbs supposed to be fresh?? That much sage and thyme and savory made it taste musty. I've got to be missing something here as everyone else has enjoyed it and it got 5 stars.

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I always use 105F for everything.

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not sure if there is a substitute for nutritional yeast out there. nutritional yeast adds the cheese taste to food.

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Has anyone tried this without the nutritional yeast?... or have a suggestion as what a raw substitute would be for it? thanks.

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They look beautiful and I bet they taste delicious..I'll certainly give these a try!

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they are good. I think you can make the mix without the spelt flower and either dehydrate small balls or eat it as a pate, it is just as good raw.

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Those look incredible! I think I can smell them.

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These look delicious. And how nice to give them a name that ISN'T "mock-something-unraw"!

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These look like meaty bits of yumminess, I can't wait to try!

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