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Good evening Lovelies,

I hope everyone is having a great week so far. Thank god it’s starting to cool down.. I can’t believe how insanely expensive our electric bill was last month! It feels so nice to sit in front of the window as I type this and feel the cool breeze. I have been so busy this week and after some inspiration from a Beauty Detox blog assignment I decided to whip up some springs rolls for dinner. I luckily had all of the ingredients but if you don’t have them all they are easy to find and won’t cost you a fortune either. Plus the rice paper comes with a ton in a bag and seems to last a long time in the fridge. 

Before I go ahead with my recipe, I am curious if anyone has heard of massaged kale?? I keep seeing it in food posts or reading it on menus so I finally did a little research and it is exactly how it sounds: massaged kale! I decided to give it a try and really enjoyed it! Massaging the kale breaks down the tough cellulose structure and wilts it a bit so it has a lighter, less bitter taste and isn’t so rough. It’s great for a light salad or for giving it to someone who has never had it or isn’t a huge veggie person. I squeezed fresh lemon juice on it and literally massaged it for a few minutes until it reached the taste and look I liked. If you try it and it’s still too bitter just massage it a little longer. Once I finished I squeezed some more fresh lemon juice on it and poured some nutritional yeast over it so I will have nice big salad to last me a day or two. You can also add a little olive oil to it if you’d like and massage that in as well.

I didn’t really measure out the ingredients for this recipes.. I just put what fit so put as much as your stomach wants!



Chopped garlic

Chopped tomato

Chopped onion

Chopped lettuce

Sprouted lentils/or any other bean

Salt or any seasoning

Rice paper- you can get these at any health foods market.. not sure which grocery stores carry them but i’m sure you can find them there.


Dipping Sauce

Tamari (gluten free soy sauce) and 1 tablespoon of almond butter blended together or you can skip the almond butter.



I love this recipe because it is so fast and simple! Just get a bowl of warm water, soak the rice paper in it. Lay the rice paper out on a plate, put all the ingredients in the middle and wrap it up like a burrito. And you’ve got yourself a quick and easy dinner.. I couldn’t wait so I ate them one by one as I made them 🙂


Hope you all enjoy the rest of the week!