"Cheesy" Collard Wraps
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“Cheesy” Collard Wraps

I am always thinking of new healthy ways to mix up my lunches without compromising taste, flexibility and time, and these collard wraps are it! You can mix this recipe up and stuff them with whatever you have in the house, always keeping it fresh, easy and healthy. A excellent replacement for the typical so-called “health wraps” that are filled with junky mayo spreads, antibiotic and hormone-laden dairy, nitrate-rich lunch meats and vegetables that were revived from the dead. So let’s move on now that we are all healthier and more educated than that. 

"Cheesy" Collard Wraps

“Cheesy” Collard Wraps

Are Tortillas Actually Healthy?

The typical wrap has become increasingly popular in the “health” food realm, but unfortunately the truth is that most tortillas are simply just not that healthy. They are typically made from refined grains and flours (even if they claim to be whole wheat), or from GMO (genetically modified) corn, that are both highly pesticided and often even fumigated with mercury. Not to mention, the majority of them contain toxic preservatives and even trans fats (polyunsaturated oil/fat) – which by no means leads to a healthy body and healthy weight. So I am happy to say that I have a fantastic, truly healthy replacement for you, one that is going to get you that much closer to your ideal health and weight.

*Note: the only tortilla I would even consider eating is a sprouted tortilla. These are made from truly healthy whole grains that have been sprouted to increase their nutritional value and digestibility. I love and trust Ezekial by Food for Life and Alvarado Street Bakery.

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  • Reply Norma Chang March 9, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    Never thought of using collard green as a wrap, what a great idea, thanks for sharing.

  • Reply Sherilyn @ Wholepromise March 12, 2012 at 11:17 am

    This is great information you have shared. The general population would have no idea about what they are sometimes eating. Love your suggestion and combination of ingredients for the nut and seed cheeses. I make them often and know how delightful they are.

    • lauren
      Reply lauren March 12, 2012 at 11:40 am

      Thank you! Yes, LOVE the nut and seed cheese… no one can miss dairy cheese with these!

  • Reply Shilo March 20, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    I am eating this recipe today and I may become addicted. This is a fabulous website!

    • lauren
      Reply lauren March 20, 2012 at 4:28 pm

      Awesome! I love just having a few great basic recipes to fall back on, this is most definitely one of them!

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