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01 October 2008

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Manggy

At first glance I was wondering if the soy sauce fit the bill-- I thought it was brewed or whatever. But nama shoyu sounds very intriguing (I wonder how long it lasts)... I don't doubt at all that this was delicious :)

VeggieGirl

HOORAY FOR A GORGEOUS RAW DISH!!

bex

nama shoyu fits into the raw, it can be a little more pricey then your regular soy sauce/tamari.

This looks really tasty. I too have recently been eating more raw foods and feeling great for it.

Clara

Thanks for this recipe. You're right it's so easy but yet, it's not something I would have thought of trying until now! I'll let you know if you're too easily pleased...stay tuned!

myfrenchkitchen

What a beautiful photo...it speaks of health and a crisp palate and freshness. I love it!
Ronell

Erinn @ Sunday Dish

I too get so happy about food that is simple and delicious like that. And if it's good for you? Then count me in! This looks like the perfect snack.

Clara

Hey Syrie, just thought I'd let you know...drumroll please...the wraps are great! Love them. I added some cilantro like you said and a bit of ginger to the dipping sauce. Lip smacking good! Cheers.

Christie@fig&cherry

Absolutely amazing photograph Syrie!!

Really love the simplicity of this too. So fresh and healthy. I think Daikon Radish would be a nice substitute for the white onion too.

Jude

If raw food means huge helpings of avocado then I'm all for it!

Alexa

Just the picture alone is enough to want to taste it. I am very interested in the topic and will put it on my "must try" list. Thanks for the recipe!

Syrie

Good question Mark, I'm not sure about that one but probably not as normal soy as it has a lighter salt content as well.

Glad you like it Veggie girl!

Good to hear about it Bex. Me too. Not as much as I probably should though. Thanks for visiting.

Clara, I'm sp pleased you tried it. Glad you liked it!

Thanks so much Ronnell! Good to hear from you.

Me too Erinn! I'm easily pleased. Thanks for visiting.

Hi Christie. Daikon is a great addition to it. Thanks for the tip!

Ha! Another avocado lover. Thanks Jude!

Hope you like it Alexa!


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