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Mrs Lindu, 96, is the oldest gudeg vendor in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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I made a raw vegan quesadilla at work today. The quesadilla wrap is coconut based, it holds together the pinenut pesto, spicy faux-mince, cashew sour cream, and sunflower seed ricotta.The wrap is super easy to make and the best part about it is it’s versatility. It could easily be used as ‘pasta’ sheets, dumplings, spring rolls, samosas, the list goes on.

Here’s how to make them:


  • 4 cups young coconut meat
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 tsp Himalayan rock salt
  • 2 tbs psyllium husk 
  • spice/flavour of choice (we used a tsp of turmeric for the yellow colour). Some other good options are red peppers, spinach, basil, or you can substitute the coconut meat with red cabbage for incredibly vivid purple wraps.

Blend all except for the psyllium husk until smooth, then add psyllium and blend until well mixed. Spread evenly onto 4 Teflex sheets and dehydrate at 105 degrees for 6 hours. You’ll know when they’re done when they are completely dry but still pliable. Carefully peel them off the Teflex sheets and cut up into any shape or size you want. Enjoy!