I made a new snack that tastes great and want to share it with you. It’s very easy to prepare, if you don’t have a dehydrator, you can dehydrate it in your oven at the lowest temperature possible and the door slightly open if you want it to stay raw with all those wonderful enzymes and vitamins. I dehydrate always at 42 degrees. Be careful with the oven and check them often. Last Christmas I wanted to dehydrate in my grandma’s oven cashew crackers, but they were burnt after some 40 min even with the door slightly open. I mean, they looked burnt for me 🙂 not for others. My family was very happy that they could eat all of them.
daikon (around 10 – 15 cm)
6 young carrots
4 Tbs Tamari
1 Tbs or more sesame seeds
2 – 3 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 – 3 tsp ground mustard seeds (previously soaked in raw apple cider vinegar for 24 hours and dried)
4 – 5 Tbs psyllium husks
clove of garlic
5 Tbsp orange juice
small handful peanuts
In the food processor shred daikon, kohlrabi and carrots and put it into a bowl. Chop peanuts and raisins to smaller pieces. Then mix in by hand all other ingredients and let rest for at least an hour. You can form either crackers (they will dehydrate much quicker) or scones (the dehydration time will be longer, mmm sorry I dehydrated them on a radiator and didn’t pay much attention to the exact time ). You can either choose to make the scones softer by dehydrating them until you find the best consistency for you or dehydrate them until they are dry. The drier they are the more difficult they can be for your teeth, but I prefer them dry. It’s up to you to play with the recipe and make it exactly the way you like it. My parents always told me not to play with my food, but I am happy that I didn’t listen and now I enjoy playing with my food in the kitchen and dancing and singing while uncooking.
Just have fun and love what you do 🙂