Raw Onion Bread on Dr Mercola’s site

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I had met Dr Mercola a few years ago here in Toronto. He is a  proponent of eating  at least a third of your food raw. I notice that recently he has started featuring more raw recipes on his website. This week he has included the video for making Raw Onion Bread from Matt Amsden’s Rawvolution. I have made this bread without the shoyu. I personally prefer the texture of fresh foods to dehydrated foods. There are many though who love and can stay on the Raw Lifestyle because of dehydrated foods. Here then is the recipe of the Raw Onion Bread and check out the video over at Dr Mercola’s site. Also check out Matt’s book.


  • 3 large, yellow onions, sliced fine
  • 3/4 cups flax seed, ground
  • 3/4 cups raw sunflower seeds, ground
  • 1/2 cup shoyu or soy sauce
  • 1/3 cup organic, cold-pressed olive oil


  • Combine all ingredients.
  • Mix well, either by hand or using an electric mixer.
  • Spread batter out to approx ¼ inch thickness, into a large square shape.
  • Place on dehydrator tray and close door.
  • Set at 115 degrees F.
  • After 24 hours, take bread out 
  • Flip bread over and return to dehydrator and bake at 100 degrees for 12 more hours.
  • Cut into squares and serve.

I am actually using my dehydrator today to make Indian Flax Seed crackers and Spicy Pumpkin Seeds for friends and family.

1 Comment »

  1. I’ve made this recipe at least 20 times and it is awesome. I start mine on sheets, score them and flip them onto trays after about 8 hrs and let them dry the rest of the time. I also try to use vidalia onions as they are sweeter.

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