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Learn how to make the most aromatic, delicious crusty-outside-moist-inside warm raw bread rolls (gluten-free, grain-free) that you can serve as one of your keynote items on your holiday table!
“Don’t forget the bread rolls!”
I remember filling up on the herbed (onion and thyme) refined-wheat bread rolls as a kid. I stopped eating processed foods with all their side effects at age 18, so all my past obsessions with foods were “as a kid!” Now it’s time to kick-start the holiday season (mine and yours) with kick-butt nutrition that satisfies your stomach’s heart, your nostalgic tastes, and your body’s many nutritional needs for Superfood nutrition. There will be NO post-dinner zombies this year, only the energized serene feeling that uncompromised-quality superfoods like my Ultimate Holiday Thyme Bread Rolls.**
Ultimate Holiday Thyme Bread Rolls topped with avocado, a nutty stuffing, sprouts and generous globs of miso-mushrooms gravy!
Ultimate Holiday Thyme Bread Rolls Recipe
Feed through the top of a food processor with the shredder blade (single cut shredder blade, NOT the small holes grater blade), or slice thinly with knife:
2-3 medium-large onions, peeled and cut into smaller pieces.
Place onion shreds into large bowl.
Blend in a food processor (now with “S” metal blade) into a meal consistency:
3 cups organic sunflower seeds or organic fresh non-rancid walnuts or black walnuts if you can get them. OPTIONAL: Soak, rinse and germinate nuts/seeds ahead of time.
3/4 cup chia seed
1 tablespoon sea salt
1 clove garlic
Then add and blend again until dough-like:
1/4 cup cold-pressed olive oil and/or organic ghee (so good!)
2 tablespoons fresh thyme or dried cut and sifted thyme
Add this batter to the bowl of onion shreds and sprinkle in:
1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice
2-4 teaspoons spirulina powder
OPTIONAL: Longevity Power Maca Bliss
Mix and mash with your bare clean hands and shape into bread roll shapes of your choice and place on dehydrator trays. Dehydrate 6 hours, then turn rolls over and dehydrate another 4-12 hours. Dehydrate longer if you want crispy rolls, shorter if you want extra moist rolls. Serve warm from the dehydrator. Have the Best Holiday Season Ever!