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RAW DEHYDRATED GOMASIO BROCCOLI CRISPS

October 25, 2012

Dear One,

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Broccoli is another nutritional hero. Just like kale, it is part of the cruciferous vegetables family and has antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer benefits. If you are not too keen on straight raw broccoli, then you are in for a treat with raw dehydrated broccoli chips. They are just as easy to make as kale chips – they take longer to dehydrate, though.

Use a cashew and nutritional yeast dressing for cheesy raw dehydrated broccoli chips, or if you prefer simple, go for these gomasio loaded ones :

For 2 :

2 heads Broccoli

2 tbsp olive oil or sesame oil

about 4 tbsp gomasio*

Prepare the broccoli by washing it, draining it and cutting it into small florets. Reserve the stalks for green juice, for example.

*Store bought gomasio is not raw – make your’s by quickly grinding 2 tbsp sesame seeds in a coffee grinder or similar device. Add 1 tsp crystal salt or sea salt.

Add the gomasio to the broccoli and mix thoroughly, making sure that the gomasio is as spread as possible.

Spread the broccoli florets onto a dehydrator tray lined with a non stick sheet. Dehydrate at 42°C for about 24 hours or until crispy. Check halfway and then every few hours, trying not to eat it all. The time needed to dehydrate the broccoli chips until crispy varies, as it depends on the temperature and humidity levels around.

Enjoy

Keep Smiling,

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