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Basil Zucchini Wraps

I love wraps. They are a quick, easy way to throw together a tasty, healthy lunch or dinner. These wraps have a zucchini-basil base with a little coconut thrown in. Black sesame seeds add a little color and nutrients. For the filling, a quick dice of some veggies combined with spinach cream is perfect. These are quick, easy and bursting with flavor. The wraps will keep in the refrigerator for a few weeks, properly wrapped.

 

 

 

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  1. Julie wrote on December 3, 2015

    Hi Susan,

    I just wanted to double check- do you peel the zucchini for this recipe or leave it on?

    Thank you,

    Julie

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    • Susan wrote on December 4, 2015

      Hi, Julie, I did not peel the zucchini, But you want to make sure you have organic produce if you are using the peel. Cheers!

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      • Julie wrote on December 6, 2015

        Thank you Susan! I had one more question for you- how do you maintain such a glorious green color? I feel like once I add the flaxseed the color goes blah. Can you use psyllum husk instead?
        Thanks !

        Julie

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        • Susan wrote on December 6, 2015

          I am not sure why your color turned to much. I do use all the zucchini, peel too. Also, I always use golden flax. I hope this helps! Cheers!

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      • Julie wrote on December 6, 2015

        Thank you Susan! I had one more question for you… If I swap out psyllum husk instead of ground flaxseed, would I use the same amount- 3/4 of a cup? I find that when I’m blending to get this glorious green color and then when I add the flaxseed it goes blah. Thank you for your advice!
        Julie

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        • Susan wrote on December 6, 2015

          Hi, Julie, Equal parts should work. Cheers!

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      • Julie wrote on December 6, 2015

        Thank you Susan. I have another question for you… If I were to use a psyllum husk instead of ground flax, would I add the same amount- 3/4 cup? I find that I get this glorious green color and then I add the ground flax and it just goes blah. Thank you so much for your advice!
        -Julie

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  2. sandy wrote on March 20, 2015

    susan, I love your wonderful ideas, thank you so much for sharing with us.
    my sis and I are new to this but learning fast.
    I have a dehindrater that is round with a hole in center, can I still make the wraps and can I cover the hole to make a larger one. thank you sandy

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