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Recipe Directions

1. Mix all ingredients in together in a large mixing bowl, then scoop the mixture in batches into food processor till all is blended well.

2. Lightly grease 2 solid dehydrator sheets with olive oil and spread mixture into 10×10 inch squares. (should be about 1/4 inch thick). Dehydrate at 110 degrees for about 8 hours or until dry enough to flip over so the other side can dehydrate for another 8 hours. Use your judgment on how long to dehydrate.

Note:

I would never, ever use that much olive oil but this is what the recipe calls for. Usually, I would just put some chopped carrot in the food processor and run till smooth, then add the other ingredients if I didn’t have any pulp and juice on hand.

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By Mulberryrose

Absolutely delicious!

 

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Well, of course...that's a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

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is there any thing i can always go to to substitute for oil? i just never feel good about using free oils!

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For the carrot pulp and juice, you can also just shred the carrot with a normal hand grater. That's what I do, to make carrot juice, anyway.

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is there any thing i can always go to to substitute for oil? i just never feel good about using free oils!

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Well, of course...that's a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

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For the carrot pulp and juice, you can also just shred the carrot with a normal hand grater. That's what I do, to make carrot juice, anyway.

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Oops! I'm new to this. Got my instructions before the ingredients but I think you can figure it out.

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