CF, DF, EF, GF, GRF*, MF, NUTF, SALF, SOYF, SUF, YF
* Use almond flour for a GRF version.
Combine flour, powdered greens and guar gum/flax egg with enough water to form a dough. Knead dough 'til smooth, just a few minutes is needed. Divide dough into 6-8 small balls. Flour the surface you are working on, and flatten a dough ball into a round disk. Repeat with other balls. Add a bit of coconut oil to a frying pan on medium-high heat. Fry the bread on one side, about 4-5 minutes; then flip and do the other side, adding more oil as needed. Repeat with rest of dough. Makes 6-8 flat bread.
Note: to powder dried greens, simply place in a coffee grinder and use in the recipe.
This is an easy way to get in some wild greens and indulge in some gluten-free bread. Feel free to use other powdered wild greens (perhaps sow thistles or wild lettuces) or even a few TSP of your fave greens powder for a non-wild version.
REMEMBER: DON'T USE HERBS FROM NURSERIES OR FLOWER SHOPS unless you're absolutely certain they are pesticide- and herbicide-free. I used nettle and dandelion leaf that I collected from the wild, and used chrysanthemum leaves from mums that I grew myself. I've also tried this bread with just 1 powdered herb and with a combination of herbs. They all taste great :)
Note that buckwheat has a particular strong taste that some don't enjoy, so use whatever flour you'd like (corn flour can work or even a blend of grain-free flours, probably cassava flour as its similar to wheat flour but without the gluten).
It's a simple flatbread recipe that calls for flour, water, a binder and herbs, so....
As always, Enjoy! :)
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Labels Used in Recipes:
CF- Corn Free
DF- Dairy Free
EF- Egg Free
FF- Fat Free
GF- Gluten Free
GRF- GRain Free
MF- Meat Free
NUTF- NUT Free
SALF- SALt Free
SOYF- SOY Free
SUF- SUgar Free
YF- Yeast Free
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