California Rolls (p2) – Ready to Roll

August 20, 2011 by admin  
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Visit www.learnrawfood.com to see more raw food recipes. Part 2 Raw food author and chef Jennifer Cornbleet shares how to prepare delicious California rolls using raw nori seaweed, avocado, cucumbers and other vegetables. From her DVD, Raw Food Made Easy. Part 2: Raw food author and chef…
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20 Responses to “California Rolls (p2) – Ready to Roll”
  1. poohtimmy1 says:

    @cookiecrumble748 its vegetarian raw sushi…. rice is cooked n starchy..

  2. i live in california and when you order a california roll at any sushi restaurant it comes with rice, seaweed, avocado and crab; none of those other vegetables.. i guess there are different kinds??

  3. whipped94 says:

    @dragateli actually that isnt correct….i’m pretty sure you are referring to the inside out california roll not the original california roll

  4. I just discovered your YouTube channel today. THIS is the video that prompted me purchase your book. I have been eating mostly raw foods since January. Your recipes are so easy and you explain them so clearly. Thank you so much for sharing these!

  5. YukiTsuki101 says:

    Woah looks good though and healthy too

  6. randomnoone says:

    you should wet the knife before every cut

  7. i think you should be born as a sheep or horse..you are so boring its untrue..do you eat this shit everyday?

  8. newfish09 says:

    why did she use so much carrot?

  9. Can i use almond butter instead of miso? I’m gonna try this tonight :)

  10. Your videos are THE best :)

  11. oh found it lol. sorry.

  12. lukehard242 says:

    luv this, i make them all the time now!

  13. @PlatypusGuitar think that’s why its called a California Roll instead xD

  14. What is Pate? and Where can i get it?

  15. 2008Raw2008 says:

    I make “sushi rice” with cauliflower and a little mirin in a food processor. Yum!

  16. no rice? no fish? not sushi

  17. you should maybe also try dampening your nori with a few spritz of water from something with a light mister. That way your nori wont be be crunchy and will have the softened effect of rice.
    another option might be to spread your not tuna pate down first…. almost as though it were a bed of rice.

  18. Great recipe, thanks for sharing!

  19. dragateli says:

    uhm, this one isn’t a california roll. California roll, the carbs or maybe your pate here is supposed to go outside, and maybe put some sesame seeds on the outside. Good recepie tho!