The MS diet includes no grains whatsoever. This can be hard for people who grew up eating bread and crackers. Flax seed crackers are the perfect substitute for a grain-based cracker. You can eat them with almond butter, baba ganoush, home made jam, fresh sliced turkey, or my favorite – tahini with honey or date paste.
2 cups Flax seeds
1 cup Pumpkin seeds
1 cup Sunflower seeds
Pinch of Red pepper
Pinch of Parsley
Pinch of Cilantro
Pinch of Basil
Pinch of Garlic
Pinch of Salt
1) Soak flax seeds in water for 24 hours, and soak the pumpkin and sunflower seeds in water for 4 hours.
2) After all the seeds have been soaked, put them into a large bowl.
3) Finely mince the red pepper and other spices.
4) Season the seeds to taste with the spices.
5) Mix an mash the ingredients until you have a smooth paste.
6) Cut parchment paper to a size that ts the dehydrator shelves, and cover the dehydrator shelves with parchment paper.
7) Slowly lift the mixture out of the bowl and onto the dehydrator sheets.
8) Spread the mixture evenly on the sheet so it’s about 1 inch thick in height. (The mixture will get thinner as it dries, so you want it to be thick enough so it creates a good cracker size).
9) Place the sheet into dehydrator.
10) Bake overnight until you get the cracker consistency you want.