Raw onion bread

I’m always on the lookout for snack food ideas and I enjoy making new things in my dehydrator. This raw onion bread has become a staple around here and I’ve made it probably monthly for the past six months or so. My mother-in-law is a big fan and so is Sunshine Girl (19 months). If you don’t have a dehydrator, get one! I mean, if you don’t have a dehydrator you could probably put this in the oven at a very low temperature for a long time to get a similar result. Raw foodies believe enzymes in food are destroyed once it is heated above about 40C, so if you follow that train of thought then keep the temps ultra-low.

The original recipe is from The Rawtarian, and the only way I have tweaked it is by using red salad onions (or a mix of red and white onions).

Raw onion bread

Raw onion bread

Raw onion bread

3 big fat onions (red, white or a mixture)

1 cup ground sunflower seeds

1 cup ground flaxseeds

1/3 cup olive oil

3 1/2 tbs tamari

Peel onions and place in a food processor.

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Whiz those babies up until they are chopped but not mushy.

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Mix well and spoon onto dehydrator trays lined with baking paper. Flatten out as thin as you like. Dehydrate until ready!

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About informedmama

I'm an Aussie mum blogging about my parenting journey, toxic chemical-free living, healthful living, nutrition, food as medicine and my learnings as I head towards semi self-sufficiency.
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4 Responses to Raw onion bread

  1. Natural New Age Mum says:

    that looks fabulous.. I have yet to try crackers in my dehydrator… but you have inspired me to get onto it !!! xxx

  2. mydearbakes says:

    Your bake looks amazing! I love it! =D

  3. Pingback: My three favourite uses for a dehydrator | Informed Mama

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