Gratitude and Making New Traditions: Chia Tortillas
Chia Tortillas This latest version uses unsoaked seeds with ground veggies, and we think it has the best overall texture. These are firm and flexible like the old favorite corn tortillas! Yet every variation was good, and we enjoyed eating them very much.
Five Year Healing Feast Anniversary: Chia Chapatis
We're in love with these chia seed chapatis! One of the nicest thing about them is that they're pliable so they can be folded or wrapped around tasty fillings, and they have a mild, delicious taste with a perfect chewy consistency.
Color and Shape!: Celeriac Wrap
Who would have thought that those gnarly, strange looking roots would actually taste great, and, when ground up in a food processor would have a pilaf-like consistency? We spooned on our "pilaf" as a spicy filling for romaine wraps. Serve as a whole meal, mini side salads, or as appetizers.
Goal Setting: Spinach Wraps
We've made spinach wraps and various pates before, but we've never made pate with pumpkin seeds and spicy-sweet garam masala, rolled up in a spinach leaf. They taste completely different from other veggie wraps!
Cosmic Enfolding: Its a Wrap!
Tightly rolled savory fillings are wrapped using a variety of leaves such as spinach, nori, collards, lettuce, rainbow chard, and green cabbage. The combinations are endless and it's fun to create these tasty roll-ups that are perfect for lunch and dinner, or parties.
Infinite Possibilities: Veggie Submarines
These Napa Cabbage veggie boats make a yummy summer meal to enjoy while soaking up the sun and breathing fresh air. They remind us of the days when we used to eat submarine sandwiches, only for us they're even better!