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Coconut Wraps

Monday, March 10, 2014

I really love these things. I keep touting them at every opportunity here, so I thought it might be useful to post info from the two suppliers I know of, in case others might like to try them.

My preferred supplier is PureWraps... simply because I have some accuracy issues with Julian Bakery. I've used the wraps from both places though, and the quality is comparable. I just trust Julian less.

Here's links to both purveyors:
(the FAQ from PureWraps)
thepurewraps.com/index.p
hp/faqs


...and the sales ad from Julian, with their nutritional info and a couple videos
www.julianbakery.com/pal
eo-product/paleo-wraps-spe
cial-offer-7-packs/


The pictures and nutrition label here are from the PureWraps site:





- well, I see the print from this label isn't really readable here.
Sorry! I tried to enlarge it.
The label on the website IS readable, tho. Compare it with Julian.

I hope this will encourage some of you to try them.
I don't use them for every kind of wrap, nor all the time... but they're a great addition to a low-carb pantry, even if they do cost a buck apiece!

~vicki~
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  • v QUERIDAANA
    Thank you for telling us a out the wraps. I had not heard of them before.
    758 days ago
  • v LIVE_AMAZINGLY
    Wow! Those look so good. I had never heard of them before. That is perfect for now carb diet!
    791 days ago
  • v EXOTEC
    Making them sounds even better! I'll have to check the local asian grocers.
    Thanks for the idea!
    801 days ago
  • v TIME2BLOOM4ME
    I make my own. You take the young coconut, drinking most of the water. Scoop out the flesh. If the flesh is thicker, it works better. But not the hard flesh. Blend it in the blender until smooth. Spread it out on the teflex dehydrator sheets. Then you dehydrate it until it reaches the right consistency. About 4 hours. emoticon


    Some Asian stores sell the frozen young coconut flesh for about $1.50. It works really well and is less expensive than purchasing whole coconuts. emoticon

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    801 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/14/2014 2:15:25 PM
  • v MJEFFERSON23
    I love wraps and these wraps look great! I've heard hat too about Julian's accuracy!
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    804 days ago
  • v LINOVER
    These look good! Will have to try them! Thanks!
    866 days ago
  • v KERRYG155
    It's not too hard to read, just a little. Thanks for the idea.
    866 days ago
  • v CINDYTW
    I have seen these before and just never got around to ordering them. Thanks for posting!
    866 days ago
  • v WOUBBIE
    I might try these out. (It's getting to the point where everything I eat seems to have a coconut product in it - it's like it's the American Bison of plants: use every part of it!)
    866 days ago
  • v NAYPOOIE
    Looks like a good item.
    866 days ago
  • v JUST-ELIZ
    YUM! Thanx emoticon
    866 days ago
  • v AQUAGIRL08
    Looks like an interesting new item to try. Thanks for the information!
    866 days ago
  • v VJH-W65
    Interesting I'd like to try them emoticon
    only Julian on Amazon. emoticon
    866 days ago
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