Inspired Eats Edition
Food is a pretty solid inspirational tool to get up in the morning. Hanabi discusses the influence of Science in the Molecular Gastronomy scene. Also, Hanabi discusses his experience in getting a bad oyster. Oysters are like Russian Roulette. Check out this seedy recipe!
Original recipe by © Marion Fløysvik
2 dl. rye flour
2 dl. spelt flour
4 dl. medium-sized oats
2 dl. sunflower seeds
2 dl. flax seeds
1 tsp. salt
4.5-5 dl. water
1.In a bowl, mix all the dry ingredients together, then add the water. Blend well together until a homogenous dough is formed.
2.Line two baking sheets with baking paper. Preheat a convection oveno 160C.
3.Using a spatula, divide the dough in two and spread each piece on the separate baking sheets. Spread the dough evenly and divide into suitable pieces with a pizza roller or knife.
4.Place one baking sheet at the bottom of the oven and the other one at the top. Bake for 50-60 minutes. Halfway through the cooking time, change the position of the two sheets.
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