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One of the most successful raw recipes I've tried. I added 1/4 of an onion to this mixture, and didn't use the coriander seeds. The flavor of the caraway came through very well. I also used one tomato because that's what I had on hand. An offset spatula was very helpful in spreading the mixture onto the dehydrator sheets. I ended up with 4 sheets of crackers, two a little thinner than the others. I only have two Teflex sheets, and used wax paper for the other two trays. The crackers stuck to the wax paper and it was difficult to peel off, but it eventually came off okay. The Teflex sheets are a must if you're going to be dehydrating this type of recipe. Used a pizza cutter to score into little Wheat Thin sized crackers. Next time I will sprinkle some coarse salt over the crackers before dehydrating.

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kokeshi doll January 13, 2009

Love these very versatile crackers. I make them spicy or a bit sweet using sweet veggies and spices or different veggies and spices. I have to make 1-2 batches a week.

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ksuter20 December 11, 2011

I tagged this in V'gan Swap 7-09. I had this in my to try cookbook, but we don't have a dehydrator and tried "dehydrating" it in a low oven (150°). After 8 hours, it was like fruit leather, so I baked it at 350° for 15-20 min. Not raw, but I think it would be good with the tomatoes (once they come in). I added some zucchini. I would try replacing some flax seed with flour next time, as I've found (after a couple of recipes) that I'm not fond of the flax seed taste in crackers. Anyways, I think I need to get a dehydrator! Will keep to try again. Thanks!

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WI Cheesehead July 10, 2009

This is a staple in my raw kitchen. Love them!

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mail4cindy March 02, 2009

These turned out really well!!!! I didn't have caraway seed on hand, so I omitted it, but will definitly try with next time....Super easy to make and are wonderful topped with cashew "cheese" or guacamole.....I didn't make mine crispy like a traditional cracker, so they came out with more of a chewy texture, which I actually really liked.....Great healthy recipe!!!! Thank you so much for posting it.....:)

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smurfybear27 October 12, 2008

!!! I read the same book:) A great read & a great recipe...the crackers come out perfect...I love the wonderful flavor w/ the caraway seeds...I skipped the tomato this time but may at some point give that a try (if my home grown EVER turn reddish {lol} ) I got 3 round trays (2.5 really) -using the flex(y) sheets in 2 and parchment paper in one, try both if you can...neat subtle difference in the way the cracker set up :)oh, I grind my flax in my coffee grinder thing that I have had for about 15 years... it came as a bonus with a coffee machine (...and a husband...that's another story...)- :) for the rest I used my food processor and hand mixed the seeds...my drying time went about 8 hours give or take & yield just about 30...LOVED THEM !! YUMMY NEW SNACK!! they disappear FAST in my house- thanks mliss for sharing another great recipe find...:) LOVE LIVE!

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free-free August 08, 2008
Igor's Crackers (Raw Foods)