I personally think that this mimicks the texture of tuna better than any other recipe. I love it so much that it’s my tuna replacement even when I’m not eating raw. Really, the only part of this that’s my own idea is grating the jicama, the rest is up to you. I like it on its own or on a slice of manna bread.

Recipe Directions

Finely grate the jicama using the small holes on a grater or a microplane, depending on preference. Drain jicama by pressing through a fine mesh strainer. Place in a bowl and sprinkle with salt. Dice celery and onion and add to the jicama, along with your choice of raw mayo and dulse. Adjust seasonings to taste. Enjoy!

Lilcute789's Thoughts

I personally think that this mimicks the texture of tuna better than any other recipe. I love it so much that it’s my tuna replacement even when I’m not eating raw. Really, the only part of this that’s my own idea is grating the jicama, the rest is up to you. I like it on its own or on a slice of manna bread.

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Wow! Adkhiker92 this was absolutely delicious! I stuffed some ripe tomatoes with it and added a drop of Apple Cider Vinegar and Agave to the mixture and it was just wonderful!

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I really like the "mayonut" recipe here: http://www.therawtarian.com/recipes/3667-mayonut

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which raw mayo recipe did you use for this?

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I can't wait to try it! I love the texture of jicama,thanks for the recipe! :0)

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Brilliant! I'm eating this right now and it's great. I whipped up an avocado mayo, which turned out pretty well. But do you have any suggestions for your fav raw mayo?

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this looks good thanks :)

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I miss tuna. I will definitely be trying this. Thanks.

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