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  1. bitt

    Your wrap is gorgeous! Nice work.

    I am getting back into sprouting; I need to get some microgreens going too. Love them.

    I put The Flavor Bible on my wish list, it looks interesting and helpful. I tend to reach for the same flavorings again and again and I need to get more creative there.

  2. Jill

    So beautiful! The wrap looks gorgeous and delicious but was it hard to eat? It’s packed with so many veggies!!

  3. Hannah

    I love how 105 is about teaching you the value of aesthetics AND flavour, with neither displacing the other. I’d much rather food that tastes good but looks bad to food that looks good but tastes bad, and yet everything you make at 105 sounds amazingly tasty and LOOKS like heaven to boot.

    I never would’ve imagined coloured polka dot wrappers to looks that wonderful unless it was a “wrap” for me in the form of a polka dot 50s-style dress… btu you make it work. Applause applause!

  4. Ela

    That wrap is kitschy cool, and great fillings! I love enoki shrooms.

    I have a special something to tell you about caramelized onions. Hopefully it’ll make a mention in my blog tomorrow.

    So cool that you’re making microgreens – I love that that’s a part of what they’re teaching you.

    Thanks for sharing all the deliciousness. I want to read those two books too – wonder if we’d agree with what they say about what goes with what.


  5. Jennifer

    This looks like so much fun! I would love to learn all of this. Everything looks AMAZING!!!

  6. Tanya Alekseeva

    OH! MY! GOD! I am in my full envy mode right now! You are so awesome! Amber, was it only coconut you used for the wrap or did you blend it with other ingredients?

  7. Noelle

    Sweet wrap! You are so creative. I would totally eat that in a heartbeat. Sounds like you are back to being super busy! Great photos!

  8. Penni

    I’m obsessed w/ those coconut wrappers!!!

  9. Matt

    Wow, I would never buy a lamp in that skin but it sure does add a light-heartedness to your vegetable wrap.

    I’m also wondering if you will actually try those microgreens once they’re grown. ;-P

  10. Brandi

    That wrap looks fantastic, it’s so pretty if I must say. Plus that pistachio-macadamia-coconut butter sounds fantastic!

  11. Amanda @ Hungry Vegan Traveler

    What a beautiful wrap! It’s almost too pretty to eat! (Almost…)

  12. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    That wrap looks so awesome and yummy!!

  13. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Cool, I wasn’t expecting the polka dot wrapper to come out so vibrant, it’s gorgeous! Pistachio-macadamia-coconut butter….woah.

  14. gidgetnfroggi

    cool books I love getting books have you read any of them yet??

    that wrap looks so pretty!!! like it should be in a magazine you are really awesome at presentation and plating 🙂

  15. Michelle

    Those two text books sound like very cool books!
    I agree with you…I think the dots turned out the best. They sure did make for a cool looking wrap. That dipping sauce sure sounds good too! Did the wrap and sauce taste as good as it looks?

  16. Katie at Pure Bakery

    Everything looks so delicious!! I’m going to have to give those wraps a try. Yum yum! Cheers to our new virtual friendship!

  17. Lori

    W A Y too many amazing things in this post! You are learning some pretty awesome techniques. Those wraps look great- and that dipping sauce! Oh and the soon to be onions and pesto creation… yum!

  18. Megan @ Healthy Hoggin'

    Your wrapper turned out so pretty! I love it when food looks as good as it tastes. 😉

    That Flavor Bible sounds like a great investment, too!

  19. Diane

    Nice presents! And your wrap looks awesome!!

  20. vegansunshine

    So pretty 🙂

  21. rachel

    the food looks so pretty! and delicious. mmm.

  22. Tasha - The Clean Eating Mama

    This looks mouthwatering!!!

  23. callie

    The flavor bible is the best book EVER – I love mine to pieces.

    Those wrappers are amazing – the dot one turned out incredible! Such a great idea.

  24. Rachelle

    Tis the artiest wrapper ever! All this stuff looks absolutely delicious.