Pure Nutrition + High Vibrational Living

Raw Vegan Sushi Rolls + Orange Ginger Miso Dip

Raw Vegan Sushi Rolls and Orange Miso Dip

This is an incredibly easy recipe, usually taking 10-15 minutes to make between two people. I love how I feel after eating this, it is super fresh and easy to digest, and it is incredibly delicious and satisfying! And the dip is oh so yummy, I often use it for salad dressings as well🙂

Ingredients
ÂĽ Cucumber
2 Stalks of Celery
1 Carrot
3 Stalks of Green Onion
1 Handful Spinach or other Leafy Greens
1 Avocado
3-4 Nori Wraps
1/2 cup Saurkraut (optional)
Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (optional – replaces soy sauce)

Miso Dip (blend following ingredients)
1 heaping tbsp. of Chickpea Miso
1-2 Oranges (squeeze into small container)
1 quarter-sized medallion of ginger minced
½ small Jalapeño

Directions
Cut the following ingredients into long even sized strips the length of the nori wrap: cucumber, celery, carrot, green onion (or you can peel it with peeler). Cutting them in the length of the wrap and evenly will help roll them easily. Cut the avocado into strips. Place ingredients a half inch from the edge and start rolling, start with spinach first, evenly, then add all the other ingredients on top evenly. Once you get to the end, with your two fingers spread some water on the edge to make it sticky for sealing, or you can spray Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (replaces soy sauce) to seal rolls.

Cutting Into Rolls
You can choose to cut them into rolls which makes it more aesthetically pleasing, but most of the time I just eat it as a long wrap. To cut them into rolls I recommend a quality knife with a sharpened edge, using a dull knife will cause the rolls to fall apart as you’re cutting them.

A note on Saurkraut
I added my homemade saurkraut to this recipe and it tastes super tangy and delicious and adds a wonderful crunchy texture. Saurkraut is fermented vegetables, in this case, cabbage and carrot. It offers a huge spectrum of health benefits, primarily the aid of digestion by providing live, beneficial bacteria that prevent harmful parasites and yeasts in the digestive track.

However, most commercially sold sauerkraut have lost most of their beneficial bacterial organisms. To gain the most benefits from sauerkraut, you may want to purchase it freshly made, or learn how to make your own.

Serves 2. Enjoy!

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