step 1. You will use any nuts that are available. I used a combo of dollar general roasted, salted almonds and some cashews for this. If you want to cut down on the carbs ( which is the whole reason for doing this in the first place ) grab some garbanzo bean flour ( or make your own garbanzo mush ) maybe throw in a little flax seed meal too.
step 2. rinse off all the salt on the nuts ( those who are watching salt intake... otherwise, who cares, leave it on )
step 3. Throw the nuts in a blender w a little water to make something that looks like, and is the consistency of cooked oatmeal. Throw in a few cloves of garlic and an egg while you are at it. a dash of olive oil wouldn't hurt and some nice, very sharp, cheddar cheese.
step 4. dump all that into a big bowl and add some chickpea flour, maybe some Italian spices if you want and some flax seed meal. Add enough water ( or almond milk, soy milk ) to keep that consistency like oat meal.
Step 6. I tilt the pan, use my oiled fingers or an oiled spoon to make sure this gets spread in a very thin sheet all over the pan.
Step 7. Now is when I added a bit of sesame seeds across the top and sprinkled with oregano
Step 8. Pop it in the oven and check after about 5 minutes. It should be starting to hold up on its own a little. I pull it out of the oven at this time and cut it into crackers but leave it on the tray and pop it back in the oven for about another 5 minutes. The sides should start to turn brown a little.
If you are making pizza crust then don't cut it, just pull it out of the oven, slip a spatula under the edges to loosen, flip it over on to your counter and then slide it back onto your tray. It will now be upside down and ready to put on your toppings.... now or later.
Step 10. Sometimes the ones in the middle need a little more time. Chuck them back in the oven and turn the oven off. They will crisp up and be ready to eat in no time. Enjoy!