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Pumpkin Seed Crackers

Are pumpkin seeds another super food? Would you believe that they are amazingly nutritious? Pumpkin seeds are full of magnesium, which keeps bones strong, promotes healthy heart function and supports your nervous systems function, B vitamins, and are packed with protein! They are also a good source of iron, zinc and fiber! These crackers are great with cashew cheese or just topped with veggies. This is a great addition to your raw food recipe collection!

Pumpkin Seed Cracker Recipe




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  1. Coral wrote on December 14, 2012

    I dont have a dehyrator..would it work in the oven? great recipes!!!

  2. NutriMom wrote on August 26, 2012

    Two questions, if I may:
    1. Would love to know the yield for the Pumpkin Seed Crackers. The recipe refers a singular sheet in one spot and ‘sheets’ in another… Could you say how many trays of crackers this recipe makes?
    2. When you say the TSM Dehydrator comes completely apart, including the heating element, is the wiring from the interior of the cabinet removable as well? Like others who posted, I love that the TSM is stainless, w/ss shelves and is quiet (my current dehydrator dominates the entire downstairs living area unless shut in its own room – but this cuts down on air circulation so that I must frequently open the door for an air exchange of the moist air for the dryer house air…so definitely do want another ‘noise polluter.’

    My one concern when considering the TSM is that during my research, I noticed some saying that the wiring runs through the inside of the food chamber and if so, I would like to cover the wiring (wires have that plastic covering) with some sort of stainless channel. So if everything comes apart and I can remove the wiring from the interior, it may make the job of running the wiring through some kind of stainless tubing or covering it with a 3-sided channel easier…

    Thanks so much.

  3. Mel wrote on January 16, 2012

    I am confused on the process of sprouting the wheat berries.

    Do you only soak them in water the first night? and the other days while they are sprouting just rinse them, not soaking them in water?

    • Susan wrote on January 16, 2012

      You soak them for 24 hours, drain off the water and then rinse 3 times a day until they sprout. ­čÖé

  4. lynntofu wrote on November 12, 2011

    Could I sub already ground flax seeds for the same amount of flax seeds in the recipe?

  5. Ijan wrote on October 29, 2011

    and then what size of the onion? Small, medium?

  6. Ijan wrote on October 29, 2011

    Hi Susan,
    I’m just exploring the raw food. My first step was these crackers. I also made onion sanflower seed. They both have kind of sour taste. Is it should be that way? The wheat berries took 4 days to germinate. I bought hard red winter berries from Wholefoods. And I didn’t have golden flax seed, only brown. Please, tell me what did I do wrong?

    • Susan wrote on October 30, 2011

      You didn’t have good, fresh wheat. If there is a sour taste, it means that your wheat started fermenting instead of just sprouting. You need to also be sure to rinse a couple of times a day. Maybe the wheat was old?


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