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Wow, this looks fantastic. I've seen this one and better save it so I don't forget about it again! I'm intrigued with this parsnip rice. I've made similar rice using parsnips which is indeed good. This looks like it was fine-tuned even more! Nice!

Just need to find some parsnips in Vermont right now. In the fall there will be plenty. And of course when there are few parsnips available right now I keep coming across all these great recipes that involve root veggies :-)

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Sorry if I came across as upset. My only intent was to offer some alternate suggestions.

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Thanks emtpdmom.

I did not want to upset you, I was simply curious (as there is absolutely no nori roll that is 100% raw where I am and the two you suggested are still cooked to a certain degree). :( :( :( :(

V upset, as I thought I may be able to have sushi after all.... *pout*

I am still new to raw (only at it for the last 5 months) - and when I do something - I generally go extreme (100% chemical free, all natural, raw) *hehehe*

By the way, I like the "rice" RawGuru!

Tried it and it worked very well! Instead of the oil and soy I added a few walnuts and it was great! Fab idea! I made a raw "curry" and "rice" - mmmmm, yummy!

I am going to have to move away from the food processor, as I was told by a friend that it heats up as it cuts the food quickly... drat! I guess I'll have to try making "rice" by hand... *sigh*

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I haven't tried this yet, but I'm so excited to do so! Last night I made raw sushi and used jicama (in the food processor) for the rice. It desintegrated the nori, and I ended up with a mushy, icky, 'sushi salad'. I ended up picking all the carrots, avocado, sprouts, cucumbers, bell peppers and other veggies out and eating them alone. I felt so wasteful, but it was truly nasty.

By the way, veggies rolled in nori are good on their own as well. That's what I made last week... I was really craving rice this week, and the jicama is a BAD IDEA!

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Mimi77, it's not so much a matter of what is allowed. Different people are at different stages in their raw journey. Most are comfortable at something less than 100%. Many consider the occasional use of a bit of non-raw acceptable. If you are striving for (or have attained) 100% raw, some kind of green leafy veggie could easily be substituted for the nori roll . . . collards, kale, spinach, lettuce, romaine.

For Gone Raw recipes that are absolutely 100% raw, look for the "pure" tag at the top of the recipe.

By the way, it is apparently possible to get raw nori. I Googled and found that Maine Coast Sea Vegetables (not heated above 105â° F according to their website), and Living Tree advertise raw organic nori sheets. There probably are others as well, but I stopped at two.

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"Nori is a seaweed that has been dried, roasted and pressed into thin sheets."

c/o http://www.sushishrine.com/sushi_seaweed_nori.asp

This is why I am confused... :S

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Is "nori" technically allowed??? Isn't it processed and not really raw???

Please don't get defensive or offended - just a very serious question...

*confused*

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bosonHavoc's Review

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i made this for dinner yesterday and it is now one of my favorite dishes!!

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court4short's Review

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Update: I served this to my sushi-adoring friends and boyfriend and they couldn't get over how good they were! I've made them four times and think this will be a weekly staple. Thanks, again!

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awesome! so excited to give this (and the Key Lime Pie recipe RawGuru posted) a try! thank you for satisfying both my cravings!

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greyongray's Review

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I tried a different sushi recipe in the past and it was icky. Figured that a raw sushi type dish just wasn't really possible - it's very hard to replicate that rice texture. But now my tastes have changed and I know not to expect a cooked-food taste, so when I saw "Perfect Rice" I knew I had to try it. Just to see if there was any sushi taste.

I followed this recipe to a T, and was STUNNED at how much like sushi it really tasted! Are you a professional chef? If not, you should be :) The parsnips do have a little radish taste to them, and when you dip the rolls in the soy sauce it tastes like ginger.

I'll be making this a lot. This is the closest raw rice I have ever tasted, and the veggies (I did with a spiralizer) were gorgeous and could have even been an awesome side salad.

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