Juicer Pulp Flat Bread

by Katy
(Vancouver WA)

I dump a day's worth of juicer pulp in a bowl and pour in "enough" ground flax seed that it comes together when I stir it. I then add spices. You can use whatever you want, but I've been using a generous sprinkling of pumpkin pie spice.

Then I mix it all together and dump it out on a square I cut out from a brown grocery bag, probably about 10" square. (Parchment paper is better, but I ran out!)

I flatten the mixture onto the paper. Then I use the dull side of a knife to score the pulp square. This makes it easier to tear pieces off later.

Finally, I slide the whole thing into my toaster oven (because I don't have a dehydrator). I just set it on "Warm" and I stick a wooden spoon in the door so that it stays slightly ajar.

I just let it go for an hour and serve it with lunch. They're good with dips, or for cleaning the last of your soup from your bowl.

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