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02-13-2010, 01:36 AM
i bought a dehydrator
and i have barely used it!
i become very acidic when i eat a lot of nuts and seeds, i can do a little but not a lot.
I have a lot of juice pulp from juicing that i want to do stuff with and i know you can make crackers and such from it
If someone can give me some recipes for crackers and breads so i can stop paying 10 dollars or more a day on them that would be great. Thank you! I am trying to cut out all natural sweeteners too except stevia. Thanks!
02-13-2010, 10:29 AM
You'll probably get more refined recipes if you wait for more replies, or even do a quick forum search, but I'll have you know I once had a bowl of pulp coming from different random vegetables, I just mashed 'em all together with a some random herbs and spices, dehydrated it, and the result was pretty tasty. Was like some zesty tomato thins b.
02-14-2010, 05:27 PM
There are lots of ways to use pulp.....search the forum....
I try to keep it in mind when I am juicing so I am already thinking about my pulp use. For example, if I want a sweet mix, I'll do my fruits first and then take the pulp out for my cake, crust, cookie, whatever, then make the rest of the juice. Same for savory stuff.
I recently started making treats for my horse - I use the pulp from greens, carrots, and apples then mix them with oats and dehydrate them, so if you have pets, research what your specific breed can/cannot have or does/does not like and there is a raw treat for them, too! Be careful, though - some things might be toxic for your pet, so make sure you research it thoroughly.
It's basically fiber - so depending on the desired taste of your recipe - you can always use it to cut your flax down or mix it into any recipe to bulk up quantity or texture for the dehydrator.
02-16-2010, 08:47 AM
We've made good peanut butter cookies with carrot pulp in the dehydrator. Also apple cookies with carrot pulp and applesauce. Just start adding things and if it tastes good in the bowl, it'll taste good dehydrated.
Not a dehydrator recipe to start, but we use carrot pulp instead of carrots sometimes in the Carrot Pecan burger recipe but usually it doesn't make it as far as the dehydrator for burgers. My son likes the smoother texture using pulp; the rest of us like the crunchier version with whole carrots.
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