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I followed pretty much everything that Cathy from straightupfood.com said here, except I made most of my rolls with the rice on the outside b/c I think it’s easier to eat that way.  I also used shiitake mushrooms because I don’t think I’ve ever even seen a trumpet mushroom!

For the rolls closest to the camera above (rice only on outside) , I used this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQZEf3NCCo4.  I also seasoned my rice vinegar similar to the way she did in the video, just cut the quantities in half.

For the rolls in the middle (rice on inside and outside), I used this tutorial: http://lowfatveganchef.com/how-to-make-a-vegan-california-sushi-roll-uramaki/

sushi rolls using sweet brown rice, nori, avocado, carrots, cucumber, shiitake mushrooms, and black and white sesame seeds.

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I’m not someone who has cravings for potato salad… but this recipe looked interesting enough for me to try, and it is delicious!  Click here for the recipe from Cathy at StraightUpFood.com

I only used half the lemon juice, and that was plenty for me.  I also only needed the 1/2 cup soy milk, and my avocado wasn’t ripe, so I left it out.

Sprouts sells this soy milk that only has two ingredients: water and soy beans…. which I love b/c it takes away the argument behind the latest “got milk” campaign.  🙂