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It does sound yummy! If you marinate the collards for a day or two in nama shoyu (raw soy sauce) mixed with water, it will soften them and they'll form better. I use marinated collards to make raw dolmas.
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These look yummy.
Ooh, those look yummy. Thank you for sharing!! :)
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yummy they look good and i have made something similar using blanched cabbage leaves which would work the same and i filled mine with cooked mashed pumpkin instead of the nut butter and then heaps of salad veggies , thanks for posting the info, cheers Stoley
This recipe looks fancy, way fancier than what I normally cook but it also sounds so good! I'm a fan of all the ingredients. I hope to try this and I thought some of you might like to, too. www.nourishingmeals.com/2013/04/raw-
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