No rice needed. I don’t care for sushi. In fact, seaweed when it’s gotten soggy is quite gross, in my opinion. The trick is to eat this when it’s still fresh and the seaweed is still crispy. The seaweed did start to get soggy, but maybe sushi lovers can enjoy this.
- nori/yakinori seaweed
- ripe avocado
- Wash, peel, and julienne the carrots.
- Cut open your avocado and scoop out the fruit. (Alternatively, you can use guacamole) Mash or slice the avocado (slicing might reduce the speed in which the seaweed will turn soggy).
- Sprinkle salt onto the avocado, if you’re not already using salted guacamole. You can also squeeze on a little lemon or lime juice, if desired.
- Place the carrots next to or on top of the avocado.
- Wrap and eat it quickly (unless you like soggy seaweed).