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Cracker Recipe Clarification

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lauren Thompson Jun 4, 2010. 4 Replies

Can you tell me how much buckwheat and flax seed needs to be soaked in order to end with the 2 cups and 1 cup that are called for in the recipes?I soaked 2 cups of buckwheat last night and 1 cup of…Continue

 

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Lauren Thompson replied to MB's discussion Cracker Recipe Clarification
"I have been making the recipes and they are delicious - thank you very much for the videos! I do have a question, the book does not say how much you use of the following ingredients when making the Honey Crisp crackers on page 142. Sesame…"
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MB replied to MB's discussion Cracker Recipe Clarification
"And how much water do you add to the seeds when soaking to have the consistency come out ready to assemble the cracker?"
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Eve Orr replied to MB's discussion Cracker Recipe Clarification
"I don't own a dehydrator. Is there a way to make these crackers without one?"
Mar 17, 2010
James Simmons replied to MB's discussion Cracker Recipe Clarification
"You've done it just right. Begin with 1 cup of dry flax seed and 2 cups of dry buckwheat before you begin soaking. As you said, it looks like a lot, but then again, once you have made these, they keep indefinitely because they are dehydrated.…"
Mar 17, 2010
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Cracker Recipe Clarification

Can you tell me how much buckwheat and flax seed needs to be soaked in order to end with the 2 cups and 1 cup that are called for in the recipes?I soaked 2 cups of buckwheat last night and 1 cup of flax and it looks like I have too much of both this AM.I've looked in the book and it's not clear to me how much to soak in the beginning.MBSee More
Mar 17, 2010

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At 9:19pm on February 12, 2010, MB said…
The thing with juicing --- I have trouble not consuming the pulp. I think they belong together. It always bothers me to throw it out....
At 4:54pm on February 12, 2010, Stephanie MIner said…
I know, I really like the videos...did you see the green drink one, when you juice the apples and carrots that adds a ton more nutrients to the drink. Makes me wonder it I need a juicer. But that would also be a lot more work!
At 3:54pm on February 12, 2010, Stephanie MIner said…
I'm just tricky....
 
 
 

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