Raw Vegan Corn & Pepper Bread


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Servings: 4

Ingredients:

 1 cup Sweetcorn
 2 Red / Yellow Peppers
 1 Onion
 ½ cup Ground Linseeds
 3 tbsp Heaped of Nutritional Yeast
 ¼ cup Water

Directions:

1

Blend all then spread out evenly on a silicon sheet or similar in a dehydrator.

2

Dehydrate for approx 3-4 hours then flip over and carefully remove the non-stick sheet. Dehydrate another 2-4 hours depending on how dry you want it.

3

Cut up into pieces with scissors and serve.

 

Ingredients

 1 cup Sweetcorn
 2 Red / Yellow Peppers
 1 Onion
 ½ cup Ground Linseeds
 3 tbsp Heaped of Nutritional Yeast
 ¼ cup Water

Directions

1

Blend all then spread out evenly on a silicon sheet or similar in a dehydrator.

2

Dehydrate for approx 3-4 hours then flip over and carefully remove the non-stick sheet. Dehydrate another 2-4 hours depending on how dry you want it.

3

Cut up into pieces with scissors and serve.

Raw Vegan Corn & Pepper Bread

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4 thoughts on “Raw Vegan Corn & Pepper Bread

  • Paula

    Hi I love your stuff. Just wanted to know how the raw bread binds together and can what would be good to use instead of sweet corn?
    Thanks x

    • admin Post author

      Hi Paula. Because the bread isn’t baked, it doesn’t need something to bind as such. The ingredients are already mixed by blending so become one that way. You just need to make sure that the vegetable / nut / seed mass stays big enough after loosing a lot of it’s water content that is doesn’t fall apart, so anything that has a high juice to pulp content e.g. cucumber, apple etc doesn’t work well without adding more fibrous / dried content. Corn sweetens this recipe and adds a lot of the flavour so you’d probably need to make a few other recipe adjustments rather than a straight switch. A mix of carrot and courgette could work as an alternative but I haven’t tried it.

    • admin Post author

      Food stays raw and living up to about 118F, however in a dehydrator it will typically stay about 20 degrees cooler than the air temperature, so I normally set mine around 115-120F 🙂