mini walnut & kelp burgers

If you make your own nut or seed milk, this recipe is a perfect way to use up any left over pulp


Kelp is high in iodine and needed for a healthy thyroid
Turmeric is a powderful anti-inflammatory.  
If you don't have a dehydrator, either pop them in an oven for around 20 minutes until they're dry or lightly fry them in coconut oil.



100g nut or seed pulp (I use pumpkin seed milk pulp but any nut/seed pulp will work)
150g walnuts (soaked for 6-8 hours then rinsed)
125g carrots
2 sun-dried tomatoes
1 clove garlic
10g (small slither) onion
5g ginger
15ml tamari
1/2 tsp cumin powder
1/2 tsp turmeric powder (or a spoon of turmeric paste if you have it)
1/2 tsp paprika
5g chopped parsley or coriander
juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp kelp powder (optional)


literally just blend everything together in a vitamix or food processor
roll into small burgers
place on a dehydrator sheet and dry overnight - depends how dry or moist you like them! 12 hours - soft in the centre / 18 hours is

Served with...

Marinated onions & thyme (these are cooked - onions sweated down with olive oil until sweetness released in the onions then chopped thyme stirred in)
Raw marinated yellow peppers - finely sliced, marinated in tamari and placed on dehydrator for a few hours