Raw Mock Salmon Rolls

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This raw, vegan sushi dish is always a favorite around our house and it’s super easy to make. 

Raw Mock Salmon Rolls


Nori wraps (found in Asian section of health food store)

1 cup raw walnuts soaked overnight

2 T coconut aminos 

1/2 cup sprouts of choice

1/4-1/2 cup shredded carrots and cucumbers

1 avocado sliced

Sauerkraut or pickled ginger to taste (I use Wildbrine)


Combine walnuts and coconut aminos in Vita-mix or food processor and blend well. Warning!! Do not over process or you’ll get walnut butter. Lay nori sheets flat on a plate  photo 2 (2)

I like these photo 1 (3)

Add desired toppings parallel to lines, photo 3 (1)

and wrap tightly. If you have a great knife you can make cut rolls, but I usually just roll ’em into hand rolls for simplicity sake. I don’t use any fancy equipment. They look like this before you cut them photo 5

Top with additional coconut aminos, if desired.


German for “sour cabbage,” sauerkraut is made by allowing shredded cabbage, salt, and spices to naturally ferment. An excellent source of vitamin c. Look for fresh sauerkraut in the refrigerated section to reap the most probiotic benefits. I prefer the kraut to pickled ginger and it really keeps my digestion in check. This has been very helpful to my family and clients as well. Wildbrine makes a ginger flavored kraut that is perfect for the raw rolls as well!!

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Check out this fermented sauerkraut recipe from A Harmony Healing

Melissa Schollaert is a Holistic Health & Nutrition Counselor and founder of Real Nutritious Living. Helping others achieve their health goals to attain their healthiest, happiest life is her greatest ambition.

Author: Melissa Schollaert

I'm Melissa—Holistic Health Coach & loving mama. My passion is to help others thrive through strategic eating (not dieting), living a toxic free life & creating healthier families.

2 thoughts on “Raw Mock Salmon Rolls”

  1. I have got to try this. I keep buying nori sheets just for eating as-is and haven’t yet worked up the courage to attempt making sushi, which I so love to eat when someone else has prepared it.

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