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RawHealth.ca - Food Dehydrator Recipes

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Uploaded on Mar 24, 2010

Li and Danielle from RawHealth.ca share two quick and easy raw food recipes using a food dehydrator; Crispy sweet potato chips and delicious zucchini rolls!

Sweet Potato Chips

Equipment
Vegetable peeler
Dehydrator

Ingredients
Sweet Potatoes

Directions
1)Peal the sweet potato
2)Peal into very thin slice, can use grater but peeler works better, any shapes you want
3)Place thinly sliced sweet potatoes onto the mesh
4)Dehydrator for 10-12 hours overnight
5)Let it stand for a few hours makes it chewy and crispy
You can hear the crisp, great garnish, instead of French fries

Zucchini rolls

Equipment
Food Processor
Dehydrator

Ingredients
Zucchinis
3 cups almond nuts soaked overnight 10-12 hours
Pine nuts not soaked
half cup chopped olives
2 tsp lemon juice
1 head of garlic (peeled)
Dusle seasoning (sold at rawhealth.ca)
kelp granules (sold at rawhealth.ca)
Oceans Alive (sold at rawhealth.ca)
2 tsp Olive Oil

Directions
1)Cut both ends of zucchini, peal into very thin slices (this is the zucchini roll part)
2)Into processor add soaked almonds, 1 cup pine nuts, one head of garlic, lemon juice, 2 tea spoon on olive oil. oceans alive 2 drops, dulse seasoning
3)Start to blend
4)When it starts to formulate a ball it means is a nice thick texture which is great
5)Take the filling out
6)Put in half cup of chopped olive with the filling
7)Overlap 2 slices of zucchini, take 1 spoon of filling and put overtop of sliced zucchini and start rolling tight
8)Put into dehydrator
9)Put in for 3-4 hours. Outside is crispy and inside is chewy

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