Raw Vidalia Onion Crackers

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Grain Free | Nov, 25 2013

Raw Vidalia Onion Crackers

Looking for something tasty and crunchy to satisfy that salty snack-attack? These crackers are very simple to make and are loaded with fiber and nutrients. Vidalia Sweet Onions (Georgia grown) are a good source of B6, folate, potassium and manganese. The beauty of the onion is that it has a very strong anti-inflammatory factor. Inflammation compromises our Immune System and cells, therefore focusing on anti-inflammatory foods has a very beneficial effect on our health. You can enjoy these crackers alone or with your favorite dip. Bon Appétit!

Start by soaking 2 cups of organic sunflower seeds overnight.

The next morning, drain and rinse the seeds.

Grind 2 cups of flax seeds in a spice or coffee grinder

Mix the seeds together.

Add the following to the seed mixture:

½ cup olive oil

1/3 cup of Bragg’s liquid aminos or Tamari

In a food processor, finely chop 6 Vidalia Sweet Onions.

Add the onions to the seed mixture and stir.

Spread on dehydrator sheets and score into squares.

Dehydrate at 115 F for 4 hours then flip over. Continue to dry for another 5 hours or until nice and crispy.

If you do not have a food dehydrator, you can bake these at the lowest temperature of 175 F. Bake until crispy and dry. Enjoy!!