Those little crunchy morsels that you see are my beloved Buckwheat Crispies. I have a post explaining how I make these. For your convience here is the recipe:
1 pound buckwheat groats
Directions:Put buckwheat groats in a large bowl and fill to the top with water. The buckwheat will double in size, so use plenty of water to keep it submerged.
Rinse the buckwheat every few hours to remove the thick slimy layer. Cover again with fresh water. Let it soak a total of 6-8 hours.
Rinse the soaked buckwheat thoroughly again, after the 6-8 hours of soak time. Using your Excalibur dehydrator, place a teflex sheet or wax paper over the mesh screens so the buckwheat won't fall through. Spread the buckwheat out onto the trays and dehydrate 3-4 hours or until completely dry at 104 degrees. Once cooled, store in an airtight container in the pantry. Should keep for 6-9 months.
Fruity Green Saladby Elizabeth @ rawlivingandlearning.blogspot.com
3 C sunflower greens
1 C organic strawberries
2-3 T fresh oregano
juice of one orange
+JMJ+ Today I am grateful for waking up feeling refreshed and ready to accomplish my goals.