Once you get a taste of this easy dehydrated bread it will be obvious to you why it’s called multiple O bread! We used to offer this at our cafe and actually had customers order it in bulk! Kids love it too so you’ve got all areas covered.In our house, where there might be five kids at any given time its hard to keep it stocked It’s deliciously addictive and well worth setting aside a dehydrator day for although it is actually very quick to prepare. The leeks and scallions in the bread make it very pretty as well. At first you will think that there is no way that this bread will hold together because of the sheer amount of onions in comparison to everything else but I guarantee that you will be pleasantly surprised! Great with hummus or just layered with avocado, tomatoes and sprouts.
2 leeks, halved and sliced thin – white and 3 inches of green
6 scallions, sliced thin
1 medium-sized yellow onion, peeled and thinly sliced
¾ cup flax seeds, ground
¾ cup sunflower seeds, ground
½ cup Nama Shoyu
1/3 cup olive oil
Put the onions in a large mixing bowl. Add remaining ingredients and mix well until combined.
Spread mixture evenly on dehydrator sheets. Score into squares with the edge of a knife. Dehydrate for about 24 hours at 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Flip onto mesh screen, peeling off dehydrator sheet and bake another 8 hours or so, till done.