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Rawmazing Transitional Contest!

You have already seen the picture and the recipe for this tasty cracker raw food recipe. But what you might not know, is that a little guessing game has ensued in the comment section! Upon being asked what I made the “holes” in the crackers with, I decided to try to make people guess. I am having so much fun with this that I decided to turn it into a contest!

The first person to guess what I used, and give me it’s proper name, will win a copy of the new Rawmazing Transitions e-book. I will leave this contest open until someone figures it out! You can check the original post to see what has already been guessed, and leave your guess in the comment section! (You can click on the picture for more information.)

Have fun guessing!

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  1. Christa Emrick wrote on March 25, 2011

    The holes are called “dockering” and are made with Roller dockers.

  2. Carol wrote on March 23, 2011

    I say you used a fork!

  3. ruby wrote on March 23, 2011

    Hi Susan, can I ask a holes in food related question? Can you or any of your readers tell me where i could get plastic needlepunch? I can only find cotton needlepunch. It is to put on a tray under parchment paper for an oven based DIY dehydrator.

    • Susan wrote on March 23, 2011

      I wouldn’t use needle punch plastic canvas. It isn’t food grade. Why don’t you get the one of the many screens that are available for dehydrators? TSM carries them as does excalibur. Both are in the Rawmazing store if you want to get them there.

  4. Jennier wrote on March 22, 2011


  5. s. e. wrote on March 22, 2011

    meat tenderizer

  6. Victoria wrote on March 22, 2011

    Definitely….a meat tenderizer.

  7. Blanka wrote on March 22, 2011

    Hi Susan,
    I am loving how much fun you have with your food! Now I will have to persuade my husband to allow me one more tool to our already full kitchen! :-)

  8. Kim Crisp wrote on March 22, 2011

    A Meat tenderizer…. :0)

  9. Susan wrote on March 22, 2011

    What are you trying to say here, Joy? :-) I did use a knobbed rolling pin. I will post a picture of it today.


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