Bread and pizza:
Place the mixture on 2 slightly greased teflex sheets. Dehydrate in the dehydrator until the top is firm, or simply overnight (if you do not want to be bothered checking).
Then, flip onto the mesh. The dough will stick to the teflex, simply spoon it back where it belongs. Dehydrate until firm. This part of the process matters. If you want the bread to be soft, do not dehydrate for too long or in too high temperatures, as it will become crisp.
Makes 2 flat breads.
Flat bread is absolutely delicious with avocado, perhaps nut cheeze/saurkraut and a salad on top. Can be used as a pizza base too.
** In May 2005 I completely moved away from grains containing gluten. I do not recomend that you eat grains. You may wish to try this recipe in your transition to raw.
To make one base, in a food processor process
Tip: This makes a nice, soft pizza base or bread for making sandwiches and wraps.
The rest is up to your creativity. Use your favourite vegies. First, put some spread on pizza (for example: plain avocado, or dehydrated tomatoes, blended to make thick sauce, or cottage cheeze). Put sliced vegies on top.
Flax-seed pizza is chewy, but hard and thin. Buckwheat pizza has a nice texture, but it breaks easily. Buckwheat-and-flax-seed pizza beats them both! It has a nice texture, is chewy, even a little crunchy, it keeps together well, is crunchy on the outside, yet it has a nice soft inside. This is my best pizza ever!
In a food processor, blend
When ready, spread on avocado, then top up with cut up tomato slices, cucumber slices and chopped up lettuce, as an example.
This one is even better! The procedure is as in the above recipe, only the ingredients are different. Use: