Nori roll ups filled with raw "tuna" (soaked sunflower seeds, lemon juice, celery, onion, carrot), sriracha, and spinach.
and deconstructed, as a salad. You can get a better look at the "tuna" here:
Those macro rolls I love so much: (well, actually, they're filling, cheap, and easy to find - but they are really good)
They're filled with forbidden rice, daikon, tofu, carrot, and kale.
And, well, that's all for now. Gotta get that iodine.
Anyway, Shen asked and I do want to continue the curtailed vegan tour of NYC from MoFo (which, oddly enough, would have been called off due to Hurricane Sandy even if I hadn't lost the camera.) I thought I had my notes saved but apparently not. I have a bunch of ideas but I'll ask you, dear reader, too: So, is there anything you guys reccommend visiting in particular? (AbbyBean, I'm looking at you!) Or is there something you'd like to see? A veganized New York food or cuisine, a restaurant yr curious about, or what? I aim to please. Just don't send me to Guy Fieri's restaurant in search of vegan options.