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Raw and gluten-free sandwich – no dehydrator required

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You may have seen my last 2 recipes, now I promised that I will soon combine them into a main meal, and here it is: a raw sandwich, that is simple to make and only requires the sun to dry out the crackers. Of course, if you’re not too bothered about it being 100% raw, you can just use the filling ingredients and use them with your favourite bread.

Raw vegan, dairy-free mayo sandwich by Live Love Raw

Serves: as many as you want

Equipment needed: blender, sunshine or dehydrator

Ingredients for the vegetarian sandwich:

For the bread / crackers:

For the sauce:

For the vegetables:

  • Tomatoes
  • Cucumbers
  • Avocados
  • Lettuce or other greens
  • Spring garlic or onions
  • Any sprouts of choice
  • The above are all optional, that’s what I used in these photos, just use any of your favourite vegetables, e.g. carrots, peppers etc.

Raw vegan, gluten-free mayo sandwich by Live Love Raw

How to make the gluten-free sandwich:

  • Prepare the crackers the night before as per the instructions here. Make them into any shape you like by cutting them carefully with a knife once they are dry.
  • Prepare the Thousand Island sauce when you’re ready to assemble the sandwich as per the instructions here.
  • Cut the vegetables you like into thin strips or small cubes and put them onto one of the crackers.
  • Cover the vegetables with the sauce.
  • Personally, I like my sandwiched open-faced, so I would eat it as it is, but you can also cover the whole thing with one more cracker to make it look like the photos.
  • Enjoy right away, the sandwich won’t last long in it’s assembled state, but the sauce can survive in the fridge for up to 2 days, and the crackers will store in an airtight container for a month (theoretically they can last forever, but I find the taste changes after about a month).

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2 Comments

  1. rachelsarahs August 2, 2015 at 9:26 am - Reply

    That is the most beautiful little sandwich I have ever seen!

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