½ cup ground golden flax
1 cup water
3 cups almond nuts (soaked overnight, rinsed and drained)
2 tablespoons rosemary, chopped fine
Himalayan Salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
Stir ground flax in water and set aside for ½ hour to soften
Place wet, drained almonds in a Super Blender and process until very fine
Transfer almonds to bowl, stir in flax mixture, rosemary, salt and pepper
Spread thin on a non-stick / solid sheet and roll out with a rolling pin
Cut into rectangles
Dehydrate at 62 degrees for 45 minutes then decrease to 45 degrees and continue to dehydrate until crisp – approximately 8 hours
Did you know?
Almonds are rich in fibre, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium and potassium. With these nutritional benefits, almonds aid with constipation, respiratory disorders, coughs, heart disorders, anaemia and diabetes. They also help in the maintenance of healthy hair, skin and dental care.
Flax seeds are known to be a great source of soluble and insoluble fibre. It is also a source of essential Omega 3 oils which are good for the heart. Flax seed also contain a compound called lignans which is a source of antioxidants (cancer fighting properties) and plant-based estrogen.