Today we did a stall at the Staverton village market. Bertie made “Berties Yummiest Recipe” (Butterscoth Pudding), Lizzy made “Rolling Balls”, made from dried figs, dates, dried apricots and goats butter and Holly made Hazelnut Truffles which were delicious. I made dehydrated burgers with a chili sauce served on a lettuce leaf:
4 large Mushrooms
2 handfulls of walnuts (pref soaked first)
80g flax seeds (soaked for an hour or so)
50g sesame seeds
some spring onion
a teaspoon or 2 of ground corriander (fresh works better but we didn’t have any)
thyme, basil or other herbs
Put it all in a food processor and process then form into burger shapes and dehydrate. I did them for about 6 hours but you might want to do them for a bit longer.
The chili sauce is made from fresh tomato, sundried tomato and chili and a bit of water as necessaey to blend. This time I also added a red pepper and a date. Blend up and there you have it.
Anyway, back to the market stall. We had a nice table laid out with all this delicous food and some superfoods – goji berries with some to taste, yacon root, cacao and coconut buter, also with some to taste, and the magazines and recipe booklets. But it was pretty quite and we didn’t really sell much. Oh well, maybe next time.
I don’t usually eat dehydrated food but I know non-raw people appreciate it, but as we had loads left I ate a few and it’s upset my digestion a little. I think I’ll stay off dehydrated food in the future.