Genius of a whale crackers

Genius of a whale crackersI made these the other day. Full of marine phytoplankton to give you the genius of a whale. I topped them off with more of the stuff, too. I just can’t get enough.

Makes lots. Keeps for months in a sealed container, but I’d eat within four weeks.

500 golden flax seeds
250g poppy seeds
50g chia seeds
2 red peppers
100g tomatoes
200g celery
1tsp Himalayan pink salt
250g corriander
1 taspoon chlorella
2 teaspoons paprika
2 teaspoons marine phytolanton crystals (not the salty or fishy stuff)
1 litre water

Put the three types of seeds in a large mixing bowl. Blend the peppers, tomatoes and celery in a Vita-Prep until smooth. Add this to the seeds and mix. Add the water to the blender jug to get the rest of the mixture out, and pour this into the bowl, too. Add the rest of the ingredients and stir. Leave to rest for about ten minutes, as you prepare the dehydrator sheets.

Line four or five Excalibur dehydrator trays with sheets. Spoon equal amounts of mixture onto each tray. Using a frying spatula (very handy), spread out the mixture right to the edges of each tray. Place them into the dehydrator and dehydrate at 115°F/46°C for 2-4 hours. Turn the large crackers over, remove the sheets and dehydrate for a further 2-3 hours, until very crunchy and not at all soft.

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