I'm having a veggie crazy day. When I don't do the heavier foods like nuts and seeds/dates and figs and just stick to the veggies, I realize how many vegetables I can eat. (It's a lot!) This was my very late dinner after a very early salad dinner, and it was delicious (and very pretty).
I got my inspiration for this wrap from Wollaston's, a convenience store on Northeastern's campus where I used to pay $5 for a box of cereal because hey, why trek out to the actual grocery store when there's a small overpriced one right outside the dorms? Anyway, despite their insane prices, they have an awesome deli counter where they make great sandwiches. One that I got every single time (pre-raw) was called the Marino Fitness, which consisted of the following: guacamole, alfalfa sprouts, sundried tomatoes, Monterey Jack cheese, and olive oil on fresh bread. (Am I leaving anything out?) Oh, sometimes they'd shove some romaine in there, too. I would always get it on a wrap, and the genius in me realized I could make a really awesome raw version.
In my collard-green wraps:
Guacamole (avocado, lemon juice, jalapeno pepper, sea salt, black pepper, tomato)
Simple...yum. Like I said, I usually save these posts for the weekend, but I just created these, and they were so beautiful that I decided to take a picture.
<3 you, vegetables.