Rollin' With The Veggies
It should then also come as no surprise that food is a favourite topic of conversation here at Field Good.
Just the other day, Hailey and I were picking basil and started on the conversation of our all-time favourite meals.
We spent a lot of time jumping from one cuisineto another, travelling the world through memories of rejoicing palates.
One thing that we certainly agreed upon was sushi and rice paper rolls.
Although we've shied away from seafood, our love for these rolls remains, and we've found that we can make our own tasty version using veggies.
If you find the idea of making your own sushi intimidating, I get it. The first few attempts may provide some awkward looking maki rolls. Just remember that while they may not be featured on the cover of a food magazine, they are still going to be delicious.
You can also just pretend that you had intended to make Chirashi.
Less intimidating are rice paper rolls. They are so easy, with the majority of the time being spent in assembly. We always try to make extra for tomorrow's lunch (try being a key word, as we often gourmandize on them).
Two other nice things about the rice paper rolls is that you also get to make a dipping sauce, and that it tends to use up a lot of vegetables.
Here are some veggies we grow which can be included in your rolls: