This sauce a staple for my 21 year old son, Cory. He loves this on broccoli, pizza, scrambled tofu, sandwiches and tacos. Thanks to my dear friend Margie Colclough for passing it on to us.
3 Tbsp nutritional yeast (Red Star Vegetarian Support Formula)
Pour into a medium-sized saucepan and cook until thickened.
Return to blender and process again on high speed (this provides a much creamier sauce). Serve hot or store in the refrigerator for later use. Great hot or cold.
Note: other seasonings and herbs can be added as desired (jalapeno peppers, dill, basil, oregano, parsley, etc.)
There are many variations of dehydrated flax crackers. This is a delicious way to increase intake of flaxseed and fiber.
water until soft
1 cup water and drained
Mix all other ingredients in food processor and process until smooth (do not drain tomatoes).
Combine flax and other ingredients. Spread evenly on 2 Teflex dehydrator sheets and dehydrate on high for about an hour then turn down to about 115°F for 6 hours or more.
Flip and transfer to a mesh screen for 6 additional hours.
Makes about 50 crackers.
1 28 oz can pears in juice
Put all ingredients in a blender and mix on high speed. Chill and serve with sprouted grain cereal, fruit salad, fruit crisps or cake.