Any nut milk pulp? Raw Vegan Cheesy Onion bread/crackers have a unique taste and can be done with almost any nut/seed milk pulp, such as almond, walnut, cashew, hemp or similar nut or seed milk pulp.
Any type of onion? Unlike fresh onions, dehydrated onions are both mild and delicious, and even children love them! You can use white, yellow or red onions.
Grounded vs soaked flax seeds?You can use grounded or whole flax seeds. Both will work. Using grounded flax seeds - the bread becomes softer, and also they dehydrate faster. Using whole soaked flax seeds, crackers become more crunchy. You can grind the flax seeds in a regular glass blender, grinding flax seeds in the plastic blender will scratch the blender sides and bottom and plastic scrapes are not part of our recipe :-)
With or without oil? Oil is optional, it makes bread/crackers softer, if you do not want to use any oil, crackers, will still be very good, just a little harder.
Nutritional yeast, lemon/vinegar, soy sauce/miso?These are all optional ingredients that give your crackers a cheesy flavor. Your onion cracker will still taste amazing even without some or all of these ingredients. Nutritional yeast, with coconut oil, will give your crackers/bread the most cheesy flavor.
Blender - Good news! You do not need an high-priced, high-powered, high-speed blender (such as Vitamix or Blendtec) to grind you flax seeds. NOTE: BPA-free blenders are not truly BPA free - according to independent studies. We recommend using a stainless steel or glass jar blender without plastic on the bottom (Oster Pro 1200 - Amazon Affiliate link) to avoid toxic chemicals from plastic leaching into your food. For more details: Click here to watch our videos about "BPA Free" claims & Blenders.
Dehydrator or oven? This recipe can probably be made in the convection oven on the low heat, I use this stainless steel dehydrator (Amazon Affiliate link) that works great for raw crackers and various other raw food recipes.