this is a starchy toona, and would combine well with a salad, crudites, a stuffing for nori rolls, or this bread recipe: Servings: 1 dehydrator tray Ingredients: 1 plantain, smashed 1 cup carrots, shedded or chopped 3 yellow squash, shredded or chopped 2 cups chestnuts, soaked 24 hours, dehydrated for 1 day, and...

Recipe Directions

process the chestnuts and carrots to a pate through a champion juicer or Green Power juicer, with the blank plate in place. if you don't have one of these machines, process in a food processor until well chopped. you may have to add a little water. set aside in a bowl.

cut the celery into 1-inch pieces, then pulse-chop the onion, celery, herbs, young coconut, and lemon in a food processor until well chopped. add this mixture to the carrot and chestnut pate and mix well. add dulse to taste.

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By Sweet Adeline

this is a starchy toona, and would combine well with a salad, crudites, a stuffing for nori rolls, or this bread recipe:

Servings: 1 dehydrator tray

Ingredients:

1 plantain, smashed

1 cup carrots, shedded or chopped

3 yellow squash, shredded or chopped

2 cups chestnuts, soaked 24 hours, dehydrated for 1 day, and grind to meal

2 teaspoon cinnimon

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

kelp, to taste

Preparation:

1. grind your chestnuts.

2. mix with a bit of kelp and the cinnimon and nutmeg.

3. put carrots and squash in a food prosesor and chop finely.

4. throw all in a big bowl and mix well with your hands adding in the plaintain.

5. then spread on your parchment/teflex and dehydrate overnight.

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Sweet Adeline, this sounds wonderful. Is there a logical substitute for the chestnuts? I don't believe they are available in my area.

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sure- you can use walnuts :) i only picked chestnuts because they are a starch and i wanted it to combine well with the carrots and young thai coconut

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This sounds so interesting! I'll have to give it a whirl!

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This sounds so interesting! I'll have to give it a whirl!

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sure- you can use walnuts :) i only picked chestnuts because they are a starch and i wanted it to combine well with the carrots and young thai coconut

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Sweet Adeline, this sounds wonderful. Is there a logical substitute for the chestnuts? I don't believe they are available in my area.

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