This is great as a burrito filling. It is hearty and filling, with a rich oil flavor.
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Place all ingredients into your food processor and blend until it forms a ball, or a semi-smooth pate. Eat away! This is good wrapped up in a romaine leaf, like a burrito.

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This is great as a burrito filling. It is hearty and filling, with a rich oil flavor.

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do you need to soak the nuts first?

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Brazil nuts would be a great substitute!

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This was delicious! I ran out of walnuts so I combined whatever nuts I did have. I ended up using 1/2 cups each of pumpkin seeds, macadamia nuts, pine nuts and almonds. It came out really well. My food processor was having a hard time cutting through the thickness, so I did have to add about a cup of water to thin it. I also added extra garlic and used slightly less tomato than one full cup. Sun-Dried tomatoes can be really overpowering sometimes. Regardless, it came out great. I spread it over a collard green, added some sprouts and mixed greens, rolled it up like a burrito and had a fantastic meal.

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It's absolutly wonderful! I just added a little more garlic. Even my husband who is a meat lover was eating away with a big smile!

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Has anyone tried this with a different type of nut? If so, what kind of nut did you use and what was the result? Thanks.

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this is amazing!!!! this will be a staple in my house for sure. question: what's the best way to wrap a romaine leaf? lengthwise or width-wise? i want it to look pretty for my dh...thanks!!

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I love this!! I'm eating it in romaine with avocado and lime juice.

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I made this last week and used it in romaine leaf burritos and in tostados. It was absolutely fabulous and SO easy. I only had time to soak the sun dried tomatoes for about an hour and it still turned out fine - though I knew it would have benefited from a longer soak. Thanks, skyespice, for the post. This recipe it sure to be a staple in my house.

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I'm munching on this right now, taste wonderful. I used almonds and added hemp oil, flax oil, olive oil, and ground flax seeds. Very good. Thanks

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Is there anything else I could use besides olive oil, watching my fat content. Thanks

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I just ate this for dinner! I spread it evenly over different kinds of lettuce (from my garden!) and put parsley in the lettuce then rolled each leaf up like a spiral. I really liked it and so did my friend who I gave a few bites too.

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'sundried tomato pate' sounds so much more appetizing ~thank you!

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Wondering if when you say raw you mean you do not cook it afterwards? I know raw food and know they are good but see so much here with a dehydrater which I do not own. Do you ever just "heat" it up some? That vege meat made with walnuts, I have had that before but did it in the oven to make it easy to keep (a dehydrator may work) then you soak it in water before you use it. But I cook it like meat in a pan because it taste better in tacos to me. Ideas? All your recipes look great and thank you, just wondering if you are all just really eating things without any warmth to them. :-) Sandy

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Also have been a 'veg' for over 10 years, but new to the raw experience. This recipe was fantastic!! This was even a hit with my husband, who is not even a 'veg' and still gets that scared look on his face sometimes when I say I'm trying something new for dinner (and poor guy, it's often!). Thanks!

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*new to the raw experience

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almost 10 years vegan, but to the raw experience, and tasty recipes like this one blow my mind! i layered the nutmeat with some mashed cauliflower and veggies-- sorta like a raw shepard's pie. yummy yum yum!!!!

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I'm not 100% raw yet so I made this and topped with shredded carrots and lettuce and wrapped it in the Fat Flush tortilla shells and they made GREAT burritos! One of my top faves so far from this site!

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Just made this. I topped the lettuce and nut meat with avocado, green onion and pineapple. yummy, thanks for the recipe!

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I made this last night and it was amazing! It was exactly what I was craving. I didn't soak the sundried tomatos for 4 hours because I wanted to eat it sooner than later but it still came out wonderful. I made "tacos" with these by using romane lettue leafs, sprouts, shredded carrot and ginger. YUM! Thanks for the recipe. This is definitely going to be one of my staples from now on.

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You're right it is "Rawsome"!

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This stuff is Rawsome!

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Oops, not supposed to be one full cup - only 1/4 a cup!!!!

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With an entire cup of olive oil, I'm not surprised it has a "rich oil flavor." :)

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