Recipe Directions

Put the onions and mushrooms in a small bowl with the acv, lemon and salt. Let marinate while you prepare the rest.

Put the goods in the greens and roll them up. I find collard greens best for rolling but any others will do. You might have to use a tooth pick to hold it together, just remember that it is there.

The picture doesn’t really do justice to them but I assure you they’re great.

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By Nagev

Pick it, pack it, roll it up. A quick easy lunch or dinner that is one of my all time faves.

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Yummy- I made these today-I added sesame seeds to the marinate. My hubby who is not all raw (YET) loved them. Oh yea and I added broccoli sprouts too - Very Delish!!

Thanks!!

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I came on tonight and looked for something quick for dinner. A straight salad didn't inspire me tonight but this did!!

I used Bragg Liquid Aminos to marinate a red onion, and used avocado, mung bean sprouts which just finished sprouting, and tomato, all into a freshly picked cos lettuce leaf from my garden.

I think the key is to slice everything thinly and it works out a treat. Just use what you have at hand.

Cheers!

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Mmm, I bet these would be great also with a sprinkle of sesame seeds or maybe some cherry tomatoes and/or sprouts!

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This was so quick and easy to make!!! My husband and I both loved it

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These are soooo good! I used some of the steak (mushrooms dehydrated) with it...yummy! I crave these often now!

Thanks again!

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Dinner tonight here we come!

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Well that is def gonna be dinner tomorrow!

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