Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Onion Bread

I came home this evening to a nice warm batch of onion bread that was finishing its run in the dehydrator since yesterday. The smell of this wonderful bread greeted me at the front door to my apartment. Perfect for a cool and blustery fall day.

The recipe I used was inspired by Matt Amsden's Rawvolution. The ingredients are quite simple, just onions, flax meal, sunflower seeds, olive oil, and nama shoyu. Amsden's recipe called for 3 large onions and I used half that amount. Next time I'll keep the 3 onions and just double the rest of the recipe so that I can have 2 batches.
The funny thing about cooking raw food is that the hands-on time is often not too extensive. True this bread had to dehydrate for 24 hours, but I spent about 10 minutes prepping it. The dehydrator did all the work.


  1. How lucky was I today when James brought his lovely onion bread to work and offered me a taste! Yummy is all I have to say. While not a raw foodie, I do appreciate the philosophy and wholesomeness of the food! Keep it up James and always remember to bring treats to work for me!

  2. Thanks for the encouragement Cristina! Your salad looked amazing, by the way. I'll bring a fresh batch of kale chips on Tuesday.