A Homegrown Lunch

Thanks to Homegrown Co-Op, our meals have been local, organic, and revolve around whole food plants. Homegrown is a local food co-op that sells only local, pure groceries to members in the community. They also have a product similar to De Krat’s crate, where you can pay one fee for a giant box full of seasonal food. We bought one last week and were more than pleased with all the food we could make from just one box.

The other day we made Coconut Tempeh and Kelp Collard Wraps, inspired by Dandelion’s collard wraps.

The heavenly crate of food...

Coconut Tempeh Collard Wrap Recipe


  • 1 collar wrap
  • 1 diced tomato
  • 1/2 an avocado
  • kelp noodles
  • temeph
  • coconut oil

1. Stir-fry tempeh in coconut oil on the stove until edges are light brown.
2.. Take one large collard leave and line with fresh tomatoes, avocado, and kelp noodles.
3. Top with the cooked tempeh and Goddess dressing.
4. (Here’s where it gets tricky) Make sure to leave some room at the top of the collard leaf to fold over, and wrap the leaf around the filling. 

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  • carly - Wow, that looks fantastic! Wraps are a great idea for all the leafy greens that come in the weekly crate. Thanks for the tip!ReplyCancel

    • Jenzie - You’re welcome! I do miss those delicious apples from De Krat!ReplyCancel

  • Lily - I want to make coconut tempeh wraps! YUM!ReplyCancel

  • Laura - It looks so simple but so fresh and delicious! I might give it a try…ReplyCancel

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