Sprouted Cookies and Crackers for health and energy

By: Foods Alive  09-12-2011
Keywords: Kale

KRUMBLEEZ & CARROT CRISPS
- the new generation of cookies & crackers -

COMBINE WHOLE FOOD, SLOW FOOD GOODNESS WITH FAST FOOD CONVENIENCE.

WHY SPROUTED?

Sprouting improves bioavailability: creates enzymes, stabilizes essential fatty acids & increases vitamins & minerals.

WHY BUCKWHEAT?

Buckwheat is a gluten free seed from a rhubarb related plant. Buckwheat is a good source of fiber, iron, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus.

WHY SOAK NUTS & SEEDS?

Soaking stimulates the process of germination increasing the vitamin & mineral content. Soaking dissolves the enzyme inhibiting coating enabling optimal digestion & absorption.

Dehydrating doesn't subject foods to high temperatures associated with traditional cooking/baking methods. When raw food is heated to an internal temperature of 120F or higher, much of the nutritional value is lost, especially food enzymes known to assist in the digestive process. Dehydrating preserves living food enzymes healthful qualities of raw living foods.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

We consider our cookies and crackers as good earth nuts and seeds and garden fresh vegetables.  The ingredients in our Krumbleez and Carrot Crisps are soaked and sprouted, than mixed and dehydrated. Biting into a jalapeno-hemp Kracklee is like eating fresh carrots, squash or corn. 

The  EFA’s from the organic flax and the complete protein from hemp synergistically enhance digestion and nutrient absorption.  Iron rich sprouted buckwheat adds a colon healthy dose of soluble fiber, so important for proper elimination of metabolic or environmental toxins. Keeping these wonderful power foods enzymatically alive adds even more nutritional value to our Krumbleez and Carrot Crisps.


Our All Hail Kale is organically grown and marinated and dehydrated to a unique deliciously crisp snack.  Eating more leafy greens is the undisputed advice from health experts and follows government guidelines. Making healthy eating delicious is helping people make smart food choices. 

Kale can be grown in Canada year round in coastal climates and seasonally in northern regions.  I believe that Kale can be a huge player in Canada’s food sustainability profile. Properly stored dehydrated food has an amazing, non-energy using, shelf life and can be shipped worldwide at low cost. 

Kale is classified as an indole and has an extremely high nutritional profile.   Our marinade includes Nutritional yeast (for Vit B12), organic olive oil, apple cider vinegar and lemon juice, further adding to its health benefits.

Dehydration is a beautiful time honoured means of preserving enzymatic integrity of fresh food. Keeping temperatures below 119 degrees F keeps vitamins and minerals bio-available. 1 cup of Kale provides 206 % Vitamin A, 134% Vitamin C , 9% Calcium and 6%  fiber.   


Keywords: Kale