In the morning we prepared them and let them sit on a roast in the sun for some hours. In late afternoon, when we wanted to eat them, they had dried and were dense and even a little bit crunchy. Wow, we wouldn't have been expecting this after just a few hours.
We took big salad leaves and filled them with all kinds of vegetables: tomatoes, onion, bell pepper, cauliflower, red cabbage and spinach leaves. Sisto had made a yummy guacamole and I still had some (non raw) hummus to add. The whole dish was so delicious and filled us up a nice way!
Sisto said these were the best burgers he ever ate.
Here's how we made it:
Grind the almonds. Put in a bowl.
Cut onion into fine pieces. The spinach, too. Add onion and spinach to the almonds and carrots and mix it with your hands. Just got ahead and knead, so the ingredients incorporate well. Add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, about 1 - 2 tablespoons of soy sauce, some salt and pepper and 1 - 2 tablespoons of basil (or other herbs) and some nutritional yeast flakes (like 1 - 2 tablespoons) just according to your taste.
Cover with a thin fabric so the ants won't eat it all up before you.
Here's how our's came out. I guess we left them in the sun from 10am to 5 pm. We had to stop us from eating them right this way.
What the magic beer cap said..