Inspiration for this recipe comes from the Go Raw Café in Las Vegas.
My daughter fell in love with their “Garlic Stix” served on the side of her salad. When we got home I threw this recipe together with what I had on hand in our pantry and it’s now a favorite.
Like the Stixs at Go Raw Cafe these crackers are; Live, Organic, Vegan, Gluten Free and Enzyme Rich.
1 ½ cup filtered water
2 Tbs fresh organic white onion
1 clove fresh organic garlic
2 heaped tsp of Costco’s Organic No-Salt Seasoning or 1 Tbl sea salt
4 cups sprouted organic buckwheat groats soaked and sprouted
1 cup freshly ground raw organic flax seeds
First soak the buckwheat for 6 hours in filtered water then strain and rinse in colander. Rinse several times for the next 24 hours until you see a small tail emerge . . . about the length of the individual buckwheat.
In a super blender (like Vita Mix or Blend Tec) 1 ½ cups water, onion, garlic and seasoning or salt. (Feel free to add any fresh herb you have in your garden.) Add 3 cups sprouted buckwheat and liquefy. Pour into a mixing bowl and mix in remaining cup of sprouted buckwheat then add the ground flax, mix well.
Spread on to a dehydrator tray with teflon sheet and let sit for a couple of minutes. Score squares or long sticks before placing in dehydrator. Dehydrate at 115 for 8 hours or until firm. Turn over and remove teflyon sheet. Dehydrate another 20 hours until crispy.
Stores great in the fridge for about a week (remember the healthy oil in the flax is very unstable) or in freezer for several months.
Thanks to Lu at Go Raw Café for the inspiration and if you would like to try her yummy selection you can order at: http://store.gorawcafe.com/brandcr.html