1 raw nori sheet (untoasted)
1/4 cup raw kimchi
Handful of wild dandelion greens
1 ripe avocado
1 tablespoon dulse seaweed flakes
1 tablespoon raw hemp seeds
1 teaspoon raw (cold pressed/unfiltered) olive oil
Black peppercorns (freshly ground)
1 tomato (I used a small dry farm variety
Handful of shiso (my favorite, i grow it!)
1. First you will make a wonderful avocado paste! Mash together avocado, dulse, hemp seeds, olive oil, pink sea salt and fresh ground pepper. It will be thick and creamy.
2. Place nori sheet on flat surface. Spread entire batch of avocado paste evenly on your nori sheet. Create a line of kimchi down the middle.
3. Slice tomato in half. Place half to the side to use in your salad. Take your other half and cut into slices.
4. Cut the slices in half. Place on top of kimchi.
5. Toss your dandelion greens on top. Tightly roll!
6. Cut into six sushi slices.
7. Cut the rest of your tomato into tiny chunks. Arrange shiso and place tomato chunks on top. Pinch sea salt on top and fresh ground pepper. That is all you need. The taste of fresh tomato and shiso is by far orgasmic.
Honor your inner child! Remember those precious moments as a kid where worries seemed non-existent?
When you felt an inner sense of freedom and creativity?
When the littlest things made you giggle and smile?
Be a kid again!
Collect cartoon characters and invite them to join you in some Kimchi Sushi!
My inner children (bi gendered) love Hello Kitty so we decided to get out our favorite Hello Kitty sectional plate and chopsticks for some sushi fun!
This recipe is as healthy as healthy can be. It makes a great lunch for you and the kids ; )
I couldn’t be more thankful for this meal. I am enjoying it with some raw kombucha and will end the meal with a small scoop of homemade coconut-cucumber-sorbet (recipe coming soon).
PS If you try it, tell me what kind of friends your inner child(ren) brought along!!!
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