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I don’t have a juicer – unfortunately. My friend Mary has one though and I’m blown away every time she makes me a juice: they are sooooo good! I feel energised and refreshed and could keep drinking and drinking all day long. Unfortunately a good juicer is so expensive that I don’t think I’ll get one in the near future. Until then, Mary has to make them for me whenever I visit her 🙂

And the best thing: even the pulp can be repurposed so there is no waste! When I first made crackers from the left over pulp I wasn’t too sure how they would turn out. Now I ask Mary to always save the pulp for me because these are actually the best crackers I have ever made! And so quick and easy!


What you need:

  • about 2 cups juicer pulp
  • 1 cup activated sunflower seeds
  • 1/3 cup flax seeds
  • 1/3 cup chia seeds
  • 1/3 cup sesame seeds
  • Himalayan salt to taste (between 1/2 and 1 tsp for me)
  • filtered water



  1. Put all the ingredients in a blender.
  2. Add water until you reach an easily pourable but not too runny consistency.
  3. Spread on your dehydrator sheets (or lined baking trays if you are using a normal oven).
  4. Dehydrate at 40° for about an hour.
  5. Cut up into squares (I use a pizza cutter) and put back into the dehydrator for a couple of hours (drying time depends on the water content and the thickness of the crackers).
  6. If you are dehydrating in the oven, use the lowest possible setting and stick a wooden spoon in the door so it stays open a little bit.
  7. Slather with your favourite spread and enjoy!


As always, be creative! Add nooch, herbs, pepper, chili, tamari, different seeds,… The possibilities are endless!


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