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    coconut wraps

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    I saw these, actually my inbox at work delivered them to me lol. wondering if anyone knows how you could make them?

    Ingredients are coconut meat, coconut water and salt...

    Pure Wraps, Original Coconut (4 Sheets) - ImprovEat - $5.99 : NaturalNews.com, Natural Health, Natural Living, Natural News

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    I'm curious to know as well. I just bought some coconut flour recently and have been thinking of making a flatbread-like substitute for sandwiches, not sure which recipe would really work best though, based on what I've seen thus far.

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    no no, not flour.... nothing processed

    coconut meat, coconut water, salt

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    I would guess you'd blend it all together then spread it out on a dehydrator sheet until its solid, yet pliable.

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    oh,,,,well nvm i dont have one of those

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    you could use the oven set at 150 as another method using a cookie sheet... : D

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    I've read that you can dehydrate in a regular oven (but I haven't tried it yet) by setting the oven at its lowest setting (150?) and having the oven door open a bit with a fan blowing.

    Check out some of the homemade jerky threads for dehydration tips.
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    Hi, I was curious when I checked this product out, I found a YouTube video that shows someone making them, using a dehydrator though, but you can use a low oven too if you don't have one, there is loads of info out on the web about how. I'm going to give these a try sometime as they look fun to make, now I wish I still had my dehydrator! I'll probably be drying in the oven this time.

    Here's the link if you're curious YouTube - ‪Coconut Wraps‬‏

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    place between 2 pieces of parchment paper, roll out paper thin, bake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    place between 2 pieces of parchment paper, roll out paper thin, bake
    If you bake then it would not be a raw food anymore. I might try to make some in our dehydrator. I'll send you some, Mal
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