Nutritional yeast is a yeast that has been grown on top of sugar cane and beet molasses off . The heat is used in this activation process thus is not a crude product.
has a nice cheese flavor. It is popular among vegans as a plant-based source of B vitamins and high quality protein. It is also natural sodium, fat, sugar and gluten. Nutritional yeast is a great source of vitamin B-12 elusive. Vitamin B-12 is normally found in animal products such as meat (especially liver and kidney), eggs, dairy products and seafood. It is very difficult to find a plant-based diet.
B-12 is important for the health of the nervous system, especially as we age. You can even help prevent some degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s. B-12 also helps prevent anemia, necessary for proper digestion and absorption of food and necessary in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats.
(for 6 laps)
2 cups pumpkin, chopped
1 red onion, chopped
1 cup flax meal freshly ground
1 cup almond flour
2 cups water
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
2 teaspoons garlic powder
powder ½ teaspoon cumin
first, this recipe enough to fill two dehydrator trays mass are made, you will not be able to achieve everything in blender all at once so it is best to do this in two batches.
To make the dough, mix simple squash and water, then add the remaining ingredients.
Spread evenly on a sheet of dehydrator Teflex.
dehydrate 145F for two hours, at this point, remove the dehydrator, place another Teflex sheet and tray on top, carefully flip and peel the original sheet Teflex out so you can drying the bottom of the casing.
Lower heat to 115F and continue to dehydrate for another three hours.
Once wrappers are completely dry and stable, flexible, remove the trays. Cut each wrap into three equal strips rectangle, and store in an airtight container. Store like this actually makes the packaging a little more flexible than the first time out of the dehydrator.
Fill with an abundance of greens, avocado and sesame paste, roll and enjoy!