When I need ground flax for a recipe I pull out Viv's little cousin, the Tribest Travel Blender.
I love this blender for grinding seeds and nuts and for making small amounts of sauces or dressings. I've even taken it on a week long boat trip for morning smoothies (when Viv wasn't invited). It's pretty rowdy.
Once you have ground flax, you can add water to make an awesome binding agent. It looks and behaves just like dough.
This is a great base for making raw crackers and breads. I used the above blob to make Lisa's raw onion bread, which has been highly reviewed by Kelli and Elizabeth.
This recipe was exceptionally simple to make, and true to the hype, it's very moist and bread-like. I can't wait to pile toppings on this bread. (Could it even be used as a pizza crust...?)
Just because I like pink so much, here's a pic of last night's sunset.
Question: What do you think broke into my dehydrator (which was running on the porch) and stole three hemp burgers?
|half eaten hemp burger|