I may have mentioned that I recently purchased some whole grain flatbreads, well I have been using them daily. I've made wraps several times and I've used them twice as a sort of crust.
First I want to share this beautiful veggie wrap that I had for lunch the other day.(and the day before that as well)
This is, obviously, not raw. The flatbread isn't raw and I used a small amount of yogurt that I had been straining for a few days.
I julienned carrots, yellow squash, and cucumbers...chopped a small amount of red onion, added a few large leaves of romaine lettuce and a tiny bit of crumbled feta.
Rolled it up and there you have it.
I made a spicey spread to go on it - strained yogurt, garlic chili sauce, and a tiny dash of peanut butter (raw almond butter would have been better, but I'm fresh out).
These wraps are quite filling yet very light. I never feel weighed down after eating them because they are mostly live foods. Full of nutrients, easily digested, and moves through the GI tract quickly (which is a good thing to help prevent colon cancer and other illnesses)
What's not to like about that?