View Full Version : Best PB&J Ever!
09-20-2004, 03:02 PM
Okay, I just had to post this because I am so excited and my taste buds felt like they were in heaven while eating this. It was seriously so good, it can't even be compared to a cooked pb&j sandwich! I had some dehydrated essene bread which I spread some raw almond butter on and a few slices of banana which had been dehydrated for a few hours, then put some fresh raspberries on top. It is impossible to describe how delicious this tasted. I would highly recommend anyone who craves pb&j or anything peanutbuttery to try this because it is so satisfying (especially with the banana after it is soft warm and chewy).
09-20-2004, 04:01 PM
That sounds great! Can you share your bread recipe?
09-20-2004, 04:43 PM
Yes, this does sound wonderful. I will be waiting for the bread recipe also. Thanks ;)
09-20-2004, 05:33 PM
Count me in on that recipy!
09-20-2004, 09:57 PM
lol okay spill the beans whats the recipe. :D
09-21-2004, 05:22 AM
Lol hehe okay well I tried it on two different kinds and they both turned out pretty good. I don't really remember exact amounts that I put in of everything, I just tasted along the way. For the first one I used soaked sprouted spelt about a cup along with about half a cup of wheat berries soaked and sprouted and little less than half a cup of soaked millet. Then I added some dates, a banana and put it in the food processor adding a little fresh squeezed orange juice, just enough to make it into a dough. Then I added some cubed nectarine and a few chopped nuts (I used walnuts and cashews I think), mixed everything altogether and put it in the dehydrator forming slices of bread (I tried making a "loaf" but it doesn't come out nearly as good for me). The other kind I made was made mostly from soaked flax seeds, sprouted rice, wheat berries, raisins and a little almond butter. This makes a thinner bread more like toast but is also very good. I just tried making some raisin bread made with soaked raisins, nuts, pineapple and fresh shredded coconut. I am hoping it will be good but will report back later today when I have tasted it. Basically just try any soaked/sprouted grain with dates or something to sweeten it and some chopped fruit and/or nuts and you will have a delicious bread that goes great as a pb&j bread but it's also yummy just to eat by itself. So to make the bread you'll need
1-2 cups of any soaked or sprouted grain
1 orange for orange juice
1 banana (optional)
chopped nuts (optional)
any kind of fruit diced (optional)
dates or other sweetener to taste
I've also tried adding grated apple or coconut which makes the bread really chewy and yummy.
09-21-2004, 05:35 AM
Thanks so much for the recipy!
09-21-2004, 11:36 AM
Anytime :D Let me know if any of you try it out and how it goes. One more thing I forgot to mention is watermelon bread which is fantastic. This is what I used for the outside of my falafal (pic in potlock thread) (http://www.rawfoodtalk.com/forum/showthread.php?p=2361#post2361) and is super easy to make using only two inredients. I also made fruit rollup with the same two ingredients only using more liquid and using wax paper on the dehydrator tray. All you do is take a really ripe watermelon and put it in a blender and add fresh ground flax in until you get it to the right consistency. If you want it as a bread it should be pretty thick and if you want to make fruit rollup use less. Then if you want throw in some whole soaked flax seeds. I found this to be quite the perfect, simple and easy to make bread.
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