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Zucchini Crackers made with a Dehydrator

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Zucchini Crackers

Ingredients:

2½ cups walnuts
2½ cups peeled cubed zucchini
½ cup ground golden flax seed
¼ cup hemp or sesame seed
2 teaspoons Himalayan salt (less if using fine Celtic sea salt)

Directions:

In a Super blender, grind the walnuts into crumbs.
Transfer contents to a bowl.
Grind the zucchini into small bits. (Do NOT process into a puree! Keep texture.)
Add zucchini to the walnuts.  Stir in the flax, hemp, salt, and water (½-¾ cup).
Add enough water to create a thick, spreadable mixture.
Spread evenly on Solid sheets.
Dehydrate at 65 degrees celsius for 3 hours.
Turn the temperature to 46 degrees celsius and continue dehydrating for 8-12 hours.
Store in an airtight container.

Did you know?

Zucchini, or alternatively known as baby marrow, resemble cucumbers in appearance.  They are rich in vitamin C which helps fight off disease caused by free radicals. They are also known to lower cholesterol, help maintain weight management and the magnesium in the zucchini reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Flax seeds are know to be a great source of soluble and insoluble fibre. It is also a source of essential Omega 3 oils which are good for the heart. Flax seed also contain a compound called lignans which is a source of antioxidants (cancer fighting properties) and plant-based estrogen. 

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