Recipe Directions

In a blender puree almond butter, garlic, lime juice, agave nectar, Nama Shoyu, water, ginger, red pepper flakes and sea salt until mixture is smooth. If needed add more water one tablespoon at a time to reach a desired consistency.

Asian Wraps recipe – http://goneraw.com/recipes/1125-Asian-Wraps

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Use it to dip Asian Wraps.

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So, i know I already commented, but oh well :) I just made this and i decided to use it to coat some diced up Jicama - this was my "rice/noodle" for some Asian Wraps. I added some shredded carrots and thinly sliced green peppers and i wrapped it all in some red leaf lettuce (this is all what i had on hand). Yum!!!! I'm going to be using this as a dip later as i watch TV and snack on some Jicama Fries. Yum!!!! Oh, because i knew i'd be using it with Jicama, i cut down on the Agave. I only had 1/2 a lime, but it was still good :)

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I made an amazing salad with a version of this sauce. it's on my blog: http://bittsblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/thai-salad.html

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Delicious! Be careful, though. This is so good, I ate nothing but nori wraps with this sauce for TWO DAYS after I made it!

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This was so delicious! I rushed home and made it and my spring cabbage for the wraps seemed to disapear instantly!

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WOW. So good and so easy to pour heavily (never enough!) over almost any veggie. Made it with the Asian wraps that my boyfriend mocked (he's asian)... until he tried them and I could not get him to stop eating them. Thanks for this dreamy sauce =D

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Last night I ate this with some Nori wraps, and it was fabulous. Today I had some on Matt Amsden's onion bread with veggies, and it was also fabulous. This is some delicious stuff.

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Yum!

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Very good sauce for your Asian wraps. A ginger-y peanut butter!

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So good!

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AILILIU - Try using some chick pea miso and then just adding water to substitute for the liquidity of the nama shoyu (i don't use it either)... that's what i'm going to do when i make this.

this sounds sooooo good and I can't wait to try it!

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Hollowed out cucumber??

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not equivalent amounts, of course ;-)

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you can substitute salt for nama shoyu

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i suppose theres no way to do this without nama shoyu, eh? it looks delicious.

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This is one of the best raw recipes I've ever tried. It was great with baby bok choy.

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This is delicious! I tossed this with some salad and stuffed it into a hollowed out cucumber (gorilla sandwich) :) Thank you so much for this recipe!

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I have added the measurements. Thank you for catching that.

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Great - thanks. What are the measurements for Nama Shoyu and water?

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