Beet,Thyme and Sesame together : my very first own cracker recipe that rocks! Hope you like it too! this bread is crisp but not crumbly and has a very nice flavour and a great slightly pink colour.
About 1.5 cups of raw wheat berries (soaked overnight)
1/2 cup of wet sunflower seed pulp (from making milk perhaps)
2 teaspoons of sea salt
1 squirt of agave nectar
1/4 olive oil
This is my favourite pizza crust to make, since it doesn’t compete with the sauce and toppings and is mild.
I’ve placed it in its own recipe box, so it can be used as a base for other pizzas.
This is a great bread, and the best part is that it is in the spirit of reuse & recycle!
If you make rejuvalac, you typically use 1 cup dry soft wheat berries, which yields about 4 cups sprouted berries. Why throw them away? Instead, mix them up with any veggies and whatever spices you want! This version fills the house with a wonderful smell of Jalapeno and cheese! Yummy!
This mild bread reminds me of the brown bread you can buy in the local bakeries around here – slightly sweet and whole-grain flavoured. My favourite way to eat it is as a cream cheese and ‘jelly’ sandwich as pictured above.