Easy crunchy linseed crackers

linseed crackers

I love this recipe which literally has 3 ingredients and requires minimal effort!

Replacing refined grain crackers with activated seed crackers will enhance your health significantly.

LINSEED SNAPS

  • 1/4 cup of golden linseeds
  • 1/4 cup of brown linseeds (if you only have one type of linseeds just go for 1/2 a cup of the one variety)
  • Soak in glass jar in water overnight with 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar mixed in to awaken the seeds, activate their nutrients and neutralise the physic acid and enzyme inhibitors.
  • In the morning tip off any remaining soaking water
  • Mix the two seeds types together
  • Add 1 teaspoon of sea salt
  • On a lined baking tray spread salted seed mixture over the baking paper to a 1 cm thin depth.
  • Cook at 45 degree’s for 4 hours to keep raw
  • If in a hurray cook at 100 degree’s for 1 hour or until crispy
  • When hard and crispy break into cracker pieces
  • Store in airtight container.

Seeds are like the broom that sweeps the gut, cleaning out any debris lurking in there.

Seeds are also amazingly nutrient dense, holding all the nutrients required to grow a plant.  When we eat activated seeds these provide an excellent source of fuel to boost immunity and feed our healthy gut bacteria.

Enjoy 

x x x

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3 thoughts on “Easy crunchy linseed crackers

  1. Hi Abby,

    It’s been a long time since we hung out but I’ve been getting your emails/blog for a while now and love it! Hope you and yours are well, I think this is the last place I saw you….

    Love, Lisa (Clark) x

    Sent from my iPhone so please excuse the briefness of this email.

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    • Hi Shelley
      I just use parchment paper that is just greased with bee’s wax so is all natural and has no nasties. Most health food shops stock this. It unfortunately sticks quite badly to trays even with coconut oil…I have tried that before! x x x

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