so the holidays are over and i ate way to many gourmet and dessert type raw stuff. so its back to green smoothies and simple veggie meals, hold all nuts and seeds and sugars until i get back on track and my pants fit better! thus the name! but if you want a better image, when wrapped in a raw tortilla it looks like...
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juice or process the carrots and zuccini. I juiced them for a drier and finer shred but you can simply process them and then dry them in a paper towel. add seasonings to pulp and mix well, then chop onion sunchoke,habinero and cilantro together in a processor until well mixed, ad salt and lime to taste and mix some more before adding both mixtures together by hand and stirring. adjust seasonings as needed, garnish with diced avo, tomato, shredded cabbage and mung bean sprouts, you can warm the whole thing in the dehydrator or just leave it out to get to rom temp and marinate….I whipped up tortillas earlier so i had them in that and the sweet of the tortilla really off set the spicey of the mixture. In a pinch a nice big collard leaf will due! i “heat” mine by rinsing them in hot water first so they are not chilly from the fridge. very tastey and light and easy!

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By omshanti

so the holidays are over and i ate way to many gourmet and dessert type raw stuff. so its back to green smoothies and simple veggie meals, hold all nuts and seeds and sugars until i get back on track and my pants fit better! thus the name! but if you want a better image, when wrapped in a raw tortilla it looks like a big old fat leg!

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Sounds yummy! It's always nice to see a light savory recipe - especially one that makes your mouth water. :-)

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This makes 2 huge servings. We had them in collard wraps as well as naked. Great both ways. I finished the leftovers today.

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Carrots are my new vehicle for any sort of flavor.

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Okay, i live in Central NY and i've never seen nor heard of a sunchoke... is this like an artichoke?? Is there something similar i can substitute? Thanks!

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Carrots are my new vehicle for any sort of flavor.

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This makes 2 huge servings. We had them in collard wraps as well as naked. Great both ways. I finished the leftovers today.

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hey glad you liked this! some times a gal has to be nut free...ya know? grin

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This is great. We used the food processor to shred the carrots and zucchini. The wetness was ok. We made naked burritos - no shell- they were great. This is so fresh.

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Sounds yummy! It's always nice to see a light savory recipe - especially one that makes your mouth water. :-)

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