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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!
**Disclaimer: Results may vary from individual to individual, based on health conditions, diet, weight, physical exercise and lifestyle habits. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, and are for informational and educational use only. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Individuals taking medications and those with known medical conditions, as well as pregnant or breastfeeding women, should consult with their holistic physician before using these or any nutritional products.
This delicious and aromatic cream of sage, rosemary and thyme soup is loaded with mood-lifting, libido-enhancing, nervous system nourishing superfoods so as to pleasure your holiday fancy with a partner and keep you both feeling grounded and energized.** Your nervous system from your brain to the sensors of your skin will come alive as the coconut oil combined with the minerals in the sea vegetables soothes your receptor sites making you feel at ease and home for the holidays from the inside out. This is also one of the few savory recipes today that contains the renowned hormone-modulating maca.**
Serves 2 on the lighter side: Feel free to double the recipe.
Blend in a high-speed blender on high for 1 – 2 minutes:
2 1/2 cups warm herbal tea (ginger and medicinal mushrooms like shiitake are easy and flaverful!)
3 tablespoons organic miso (chickpea miso is excellent and soy-free)
3 tablespoons organic dried sea vegetables (choose from whole kelp, dulse, sea lettuce, laver and other favorites)
1 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil
1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil or organic ghee (my favorite!) or more coconut oil
2 teaspoons hemp seeds or collagen protein powder
1 teaspoon freshly squeezed organic lemon or lime juice
1 – 2 teaspoons Longevity Power Maca Bliss
1 teaspoon organic fresh or dried rosemary
1 teaspoon organic fresh or dried sage leaf
1/4 teaspoon organic fresh or dried thyme
1/8 teaspoon organic dried cayenne (whole dried or powder, approximately 40,000 IU, a measurement of heat units)
1 pinch sea salt
1 clove garlic
1/8 teaspoon MORE dried cayenne
bone broth, in any amount
The soup should end up quite warm (because of starting with warm herbal tea and the warming friction of the blender) and creamy with the sea vegetables well blended. Blend longer if using a low-powered blender. Pour into ceramic mugs or bowls and garnish with parsley, coconut amines/organic soy sauce, more lemon or lime juice, ad sprinkles of cayenne powder or Maca Bliss.
Feel the love for the holidays! Take great care of yourself!