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Raw Tomato & Green Onion Sea Biscuits 

1/8 cup buckwheat kernels
1/8 cup quinoa flour
1/8 cup ground almond
1/8 cup chopped green onion
1/8 cup Cheedar style Daiya
1 chopped vine tomato 
3 tbsp raw pepitas
1/16 cup shredded Irish Kombu (Kelp)
1 sheet shredded nori (seaweed) 
2 tbsp golden flax seeds
1 tbsp minced garlic
1 tsp hemp seed oil
1 tsp sage
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp corriander
1/4 cup warm water

Ayurvedic Support:
2 tbsp ashwagandha 
1 tbsp Slippery Elm
1 tbsp gotu kola
1 tbsp alfalfa
1 tbsp white willow
1 tsp Norwegian kelp
30 drops milk thistle 

Supplementation:
1 tsp free form plant collagen

Combine ingredients thoroughly with a wooden spoon (metal utensils interfere with the electromagnetism of food). Fill silicone baking cups and place in the dehydrator. “bake” them for approximately 8-10 hours at 115 degrees. If you don’t have a dehydrator, you can use your conventional oven, just remember to keep it under 120 degrees. 

Seaweed: Nori & Kelp
Nori seaweed is is rich in vitamins and minerals, including iodine, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron and folic acid. It also contains a significant amount of dietary fibre, which assist the body in cleansing the GI tract.  It also has natural anticoagulant properties. What does this mean to you? Nori seaweed can assist in preventing stroke, and blood clots. Now, let’s explore Irish Kombu (Kelp) is naturally high in iodine, which stimulates the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is responsible for hormone regulation, metabolic efficiency including protein synthesis.  I was lucky enough to purchase some organic Kombu while on vacation in Ireland, but you can surely find Kombu at your local health food store. 

Ayurveda fun facts:
If you noticed, I tossed in a new supplement in these biscuits. “Suma”. Suma is used in Ayurvedic medicine to increase stamina, energy and overall well being. Its important to cycle supplements, so you’re body doesn’t become dependent or build up a tolerance to certain food items. I decided to use Suma as a replacement for maca. 

P.s. enjoy some tunes. Click on the photo for a link to some “Mutefish”. I heard about them in Dublin, on my travels through Ireland, and I ran into them in Galway, performing in the streets. They are super talented, and really nice guys. Worth grooving to, proper.

Raw Tomato & Green Onion Sea Biscuits

1/8 cup buckwheat kernels
1/8 cup quinoa flour
1/8 cup ground almond
1/8 cup chopped green onion
1/8 cup Cheedar style Daiya
1 chopped vine tomato 
3 tbsp raw pepitas
1/16 cup shredded Irish Kombu (Kelp)
1 sheet shredded nori (seaweed) 
2 tbsp golden flax seeds
1 tbsp minced garlic
1 tsp hemp seed oil
1 tsp sage
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp corriander
1/4 cup warm water

Ayurvedic Support:
2 tbsp ashwagandha 
1 tbsp Slippery Elm
1 tbsp gotu kola
1 tbsp alfalfa
1 tbsp white willow
1 tsp Norwegian kelp
30 drops milk thistle 

Supplementation:
1 tsp free form plant collagen

Combine ingredients thoroughly with a wooden spoon (metal utensils interfere with the electromagnetism of food). Fill silicone baking cups and place in the dehydrator. “bake” them for approximately 8-10 hours at 115 degrees. If you don’t have a dehydrator, you can use your conventional oven, just remember to keep it under 120 degrees. 

Seaweed: Nori & Kelp
Nori seaweed is is rich in vitamins and minerals, including iodine, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron and folic acid. It also contains a significant amount of dietary fibre, which assist the body in cleansing the GI tract.  It also has natural anticoagulant properties. What does this mean to you? Nori seaweed can assist in preventing stroke, and blood clots. Now, let’s explore Irish Kombu (Kelp) is naturally high in iodine, which stimulates the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is responsible for hormone regulation, metabolic efficiency including protein synthesis.  I was lucky enough to purchase some organic Kombu while on vacation in Ireland, but you can surely find Kombu at your local health food store. 

Ayurveda fun facts:
If you noticed, I tossed in a new supplement in these biscuits. “Suma”. Suma is used in Ayurvedic medicine to increase stamina, energy and overall well being. Its important to cycle supplements, so you’re body doesn’t become dependent or build up a tolerance to certain food items. I decided to use Suma as a replacement for maca. 

P.s. enjoy some tunes. Click on the photo for a link to some “Mutefish”. I heard about them in Dublin, on my travels through Ireland, and I ran into them in Galway, performing in the streets. They are super talented, and really nice guys. Worth grooving to, proper.

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