These Delicious Raw Vegan Wraps are something special and worth trying. Even only looking at the pictures is mouthwatering. All raw and fresh ingredients are a delight to eat. Raw food wraps are rolled delicacies.
Vegetable wraps are easy to produce in advance. If necessary, the thin flatbreads are simply topped with finely chopped vegetables and salad, then dipped and wrapped. They are nutritious and extremely family-friendly. Everyone can wrap their own wrap according to their taste preferences.
With a good recipe and patients, wraps are not very difficult to prepare with the right instructions. The most important step is the dehydrating process to get nice and pliable, flexible wraps. The filling will be a matter of your preference, fill with what you like most.
With a filling of lettuce or seasonal vegetables and a delicious, creamy dressing, they make a great, nutritious main meal that also looks very decorative. Here is a variety of delicious Ideas for you.
With the right Kitchen equipment, it will work out. Try them all, practice makes you a master in Raw Vegan Wraps.
What is a Flaxi-Wrap? It is a self-coined term generated from the pun of the words “flax,” “flex” and “flexible,” referring to raw wraps made from ground flaxseeds, fruit, and/or vegetable, which are blended together and dried until a pliant leather consistency. Flaxseeds are the richest plant-based source of omega-3 fatty acids, and Flaxi-Wraps are a delicious and convenient way to get your intake of this essential nutrient, as well as protein. Who knows? In no time you may even start flexing muscles! They are also a gluten-free alternative to wheat-based tortillas.
Bell Pepper Wraps
Don’t be intimidated when it comes to making wraps… it just takes a good recipe, attention, and patience. They are well worth their weight in gold. I used to think of wraps as a neutral vessel. Much like my Wonder Bread eating days. To me, it had one job that was to hold my prize-winning sandwich ingredients together… but over time I have learned to incorporate flavors into the wrap so that it can add another layer of taste… not to compete but to compliment the inner ingredients. I better “wrap” this up so you can get busy in the kitchen. 🙂
This creation came about when I had some leftover ingredients in the fridge. I had some corn wraps already made up along with some leftover Not Tuna and presto! In the picture above I took the wraps and softened them but passing them under the faucet real quick like. I then wrapped it around a metal cone and placed it in the dehydrator for a few hours to create the cone shape. See the picture below. These were so fun to make. You could easily make this wrap without forming it into a cone. You could just roll it up as well. Use your touch of creativity!