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Veggie Sushi Bowls

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Veggie Sushi Bowls

mfp ROD button finalThis Veggie Sushi Bowl by Uproot from Oregon is an easy way to satisfy your sushi craving at home. Loads of raw vegetables are placed on top of healthy brown rice and topped with sweet pickled ginger, creamy avocado, and just a dash of soy sauce.

 

Westbrook_HeadshotMarisa Westbrook is a public health professional and food blogger sharing healthy recipes for active lifestyles. By using whole ingredients, getting workouts in, and walking to fro-yo, she is finding a healthy living balance. Visit her blog Uproot from Oregon for healthy recipes, travel and restaurant recaps, and active lifestyle tips, or connect with her via Twitter, Facebook & Instagram.

Photo courtesy of Marisa Westbrook. Original recipe published on Uproot from Oregon.

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17 responses to “Veggie Sushi Bowls”

  1. Avatar J says:

    At least MFP has a consistent theme in their blog messages.

    • Avatar healthyeatingenthusiast says:

      I would need some kind of detoxifying, cleansing smoothie after this. To get rid of the fish toxins. I am also a part time vegan. Anyone know of such a product, or a blog with pay-per-click ads where I might find such a thing? I gots cash.

      • Avatar andreaD says:

        I thought this recipe sounded good if u didn’t think so maybe you should move on and find one that does. Thank you I can’t wait to try it

  2. Avatar whatever says:

    Apparently MFP has been bought out by PETA.

  3. Avatar ImtheOnethatsCool says:

    why aren’t there measurements in grams for this recipe? 1/2 an avocado can vary widely in calorie content

    • Avatar J says:

      (I’m nervous. The last time I made a post about avocados, my comment was mod-nuked and I was banned from posting using my disqus account.)

      True story. A couple of years ago, an average avocado was 215-240g…but thanks to the crappy growing season this year, they’re closer to 140-170g. This makes a significant difference in calories for such a calorie-dense food.

  4. Avatar ergo says:

    Salad. This is a salad. Not sushi anything.

  5. Avatar Waffles are Yummy says:

    Where is the fish?

  6. Avatar Iron_feline says:

    This is not sushi. This is rice with salad and satisfies no cravings at all. Zip zilch zero. Seriously mfp, why are you pushing a veggie/vegan agenda.

  7. Avatar Davpul says:

    Worst. Salad. Ever.

  8. Avatar crims says:

    What is “healthy?”

  9. Avatar junebuggzy says:

    You guys are so mean. It is sushi. It has Nori Seaweed, Rice Vinegar, Sesame Seeds, Soy Sauce, and Pickled Ginger. No, it doesn’t have Wasabi, does that make it not sushi? Are you the same people who post the mean comments in the forums?

    • Avatar Junebuggzy says:

      Really, I just don’t understand. This person posted a lovely picture of food and a nice recipe. She did nothing to inspire nasty comments.

  10. Avatar Mr Miyagi says:

    MR sushi
    MR not sushi
    OSCAR
    CM…uh…hmmm
    LIB
    MR not sushi

  11. Avatar Yungibear says:

    Technically, this is a sushi because of the rice … but I would’ve rather seen more Japanese flavors outside of a drizzle of soy sauce and sesame seeds.

  12. Avatar healthyeatingenthusiast says:

    This is a fish salad. But looks good to me!

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