Ananda-Burrito AVOCADO

Sea greens are especially great for you to add into your diet, with minerals, including many trace minerals, and B vitamins.  This is a very easy meal which can be whipped up countless times. Be sure to stock nori wrappers in your cupboard, and always buy a few avocados when you’re at the store. That way, in a bind, you always have this easy reicpe at your disposal!



1 Tbs. organic Dijon mustard
1 tsp. fresh lemon juice
½ tsp. nutritional yeast
Black pepper to taste
Celtic or Himalayan sea salt, to taste (optional)
Base Mixture:

1 cup of diced celery (about 2 long stalks)
⅓ cup diced white onion or white radish
⅓ cup chopped parsley
1 avocado
Nori wrappers (available at a health market or online, preferably untested) or gluten-free tortilla (made of brown rice, teff, etc.)


Mix the dressing of the mustard, lemon juice and nutritional yeast together in a medium bowl and sit to the side.

Dice the onion or white radish, celery and parsley, and add to the dressing bowl. Mix everything together very well. Season with black pepper and a little bit of sea salt (optional) to suit your taste.

Cut an avocado lengthwise and remove pit. Scoop out the flesh and cut in lengthwise strips.

Lay a nori wrapper or the tortilla flat on a plate, and lay some avocado strips right down the center (the long way), avoiding a few inches from the top and bottom. Next spoon some of the mixture from the bowl on top of the avocado strips. Top with any add-ons you like. Wrap up as you would a burrito, by folding the bottom end up then wrapping the sides towards the middle. Hold in your hands so all the folds are held securely in place.

Your ready toy enjoy your efforts.