Recipe Directions

Pate’: Use a food processor to turn all the nuts and seeds into a power and put in a separate bowl.
Process the carrot, celery, however much parsely you want, miso, currants or raisins or craisins until it’s all like a crumble.
Slowly add the powdered seeds and nuts and process.
Add the olive oil. Process more.
Put the pate’ in collard leaves, however many you need, and place the bean sprouts on top, then roll the leaves.

Redsunflower's Thoughts

This took me only about 15 minutes to make and it was so pretty and good! SOOO good. Totally satisfying, visually and physically. Didn’t use so many ingredients either, so saves me money! Oh, and it all should be organic, because that’s better for you!

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Quick (probably silly) Question:
Is that 1/4 cup each of the 3 nuts/seeds or 1/4 cup total of the three mixed together?
Bueller? Bueller? :)

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Yeah, tomatoes with this recipe are so good!

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i made this, and stuffed some Roma tomatoes with it. :9 i love stuffing tomatoes like this, it reminds me of tuna-salad stuffed tomatoes my aunt used to make me. You just cut the top off of the tomato, and scoop out the flesh and seeds, but add it to the filling, and then stuff the tomato!

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I'm making this for dinner tonight with some salad, in the farmer's market a guy started selling powdered pumpkin seeds, yummy and also I'll use pumpkin seed oil. thanks a lot for posting this!!!

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Like the look of this,thanks

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