I made this by accident and it came out fantastic! It’s plyable like bread. It was a recipe to actually attempt to make raviolis but turned out to be much better as bread. It’s really very simple and great for any type of sandwiches. It tastes a bit nutty sort of like wheat bread.
Submitted by hail-kale on March 31, 2008 - 10:15pm
makes about 3 teflex sheets worth of wraps.
taken from “raw food real world”, this recipe is not meant for the faint of labor intensive prep work, but the results are magical: a true crepe wrap, useful for every type of filling you can imagine. we used a cafe gratitude cheese recipe and made greek wraps, cauliflower rice and “refried beans” for a “burrito”, AMAZING! perfect for those who are non-believers that raw can taste like the real thing.
i juice to get the right consistancy of pulp for my breads but feel free to shred your own way! this bread stayed white! its a new fav, slightly sweet but not over powering like my onion bread sometimes is with fixins’
September 3, 2007 in Basics, Dehydrated, Lunch, Raw, Russell James by Russell James
My Mediterranean Almond Bread caused quite a stir when I posted it, getting me some very kind comments on various discussion boards. It’s so fantastic to know that something I’ve created has helped someone find a piece of the puzzle that they so needed to help them live a healthier life, in this case, an alternative to bread. That tactile feeling of holding something when eating (get your head out of the gutter!) is very important to me, as it is to a lot of people.
When I mentioned, what seems like ages ago, that I was developing a nut-free version of my bread I had quite a few emails asking me for the recipe. So here it is, and I have to say I’m very pleased with it and have been enjoying mushroom sandwiches for weeks now, they’re so great – once you have the bread made it’s so quick and easy to build a sarnie! Enjoy!