I grew up eating a soft bread roll called Pan de Sal. I remember how I began to love eating it after watching a commercial of a little boy salivating over a roll spread all over with Margarine (processed junk) or Condensed Milk (more processed junk). Needless to say, we don’t eat like that in my kitchen.
So, here’s a raw version that I would actually serve my own little boy! It’s soft, fluffier than other raw breads, really nutritious, tastes like bread – and it’s all unprocessed!
Process in a food processor until desired consistency:
2 tbspns unpasteurized white miso or 1 tsp sea salt
1/2 cup extra virgin coconut oil
1/2 cup flax meal
2 cups sprouted soft wheat berries (soak soft wheat berries overnight, drain and rinse the next day, sprout if you wish or use as is)
enough water just to create a batter, about 1/2 cup to 1 cup (just so it’s sturdy enough to mold into individual loaves)
Shape into individual loaves on Texflex sheets, place on dehydrator trays and dehydrate at 105F until dry (turning once and placing on mesh screens to quicken the process). Alternatively, dehydrate at 150F for 2 hours, turn rolls over and place directly on mesh screens, then decrease temperature to 105F for another 8 hours or so until dry.
Serve with raw salted butter and whatever else suits your fancy!