I've been experimenting with raw dishes lately. It feels right to me to eat at least 60% raw with each meal. This gives me the most energy, while I can still enjoy cooked food from time to time. I also have noticed that raw food aids digestion, makes your skin glow, and makes you feel great! I have been making lots of dishes into salads, as I've done here for the photo of my RV sushi. Raw greens are becoming the main dish, while the experimental cooking is becoming the side dish. I am also really excited to start making homemade sushi. I crave sushi often, just never realized how easy it is to do at home! You don't need a sushi mat or much technique. Just imagination and a sharp knife. Enjoy!
makes 4 rolls (24 pieces)
vegan, raw option*, gluten free, soy free, dairy free
4 raw nori sheets
1/2 a beet, julienned
1 carrot, julienned
1/2 an avocado, cut into small strips
1/4 of a mango, peeled and julienned
1/2 cup cooked rice or quinoa (*raw option- use sprouts or raw ground cashews or sunflower seeds)
Arrange nori so the short side is facing you. Spread ingredients equally among 4 nori sheets. Moisten nori (especially the top edge) and tightly roll upward. Seal the top edge with using a little water. Cut with a very sharp knife into 6 pieces per nori sheet. Serve with wasabi, ginger, and soy sauce/tamari for dipping.
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