Yep, although you might want to make sure and wait for another commenter to confirm it as I am not completely sure. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the Medifast guys because they can answer you better...
Rawkinlocs that sounds so good. I love Spring rolls...
Oooh, I love them too! I'd be happy to receive a copy of the wrapper Medifast recipe if you wouldn't mind...
Waiting for the Medifast recipe when you get a minute..
Okay, here's the recipe:.
Spring Roll Wraps.
By Elaina Love - taken from "The Complete Book of Raw Food".
4 large carrots.
2 avocados, skinned and pitted.
1 tsp. celtic sea salt.
1 TBS. lemon juice.
1 1/2 c. flax meal (1 cup of whole seeds before grinding).
Blend carrots w/ 1 cup of water until smooth. Add avocados and salt and blend 'til smooth..
Pour into mixing bowl. Add flax meal and mix by hand..
Place 1 1/4 cups of the batter on teflex sheet (or fruit roll tray, parchment paper, etc.) and spread thinly and evenly..
Score the tray of batter into 4 strips in one direction and 2 sections in the other direction..
Dehydrate at 105 degrees for 1 to 2 hours..
Flip wraps over and remove teflex sheet. Continue to dehydrate until wraps are still moist but dry enough to store. Store in ziploc bag at room temp. for up to a week, or in fridge for months..
Tip: If wraps seem too dry when you take out of dehydrator, place them in a ziploc bag with a moist, unbleached paper towel and seal it. Leave bag in a warm place and the wraps will be soft within 20 minutes..
If anyone makes these soon, please report how they were!..
Thanks Rawkinlocks for the recipe, I have them in the dehydrator right now. However I didn't have any avocados at home so I substituted for a litte olive oil..
I think I might have done them a little bit on the thick side cause they seem to end up more like "crackers/bread" than spring roll wrappers. I haven't tasted them yet but they smell delicious..
This one came highly recommended, but I haven't tried it myself. Whoever wants to give it a try can let us all know how it is!! It is reportedly very authentic, especially the dipping sauce..
Sensational Thai Spring Rolls with Agave Dipping Sauce.
By Master Chef, Bruce Horowitz of The Sun Kitchen..
10 leaves butter leaf lettuce or med. size collards, to wrap rolls.
1 c. shredded root vegetables (carrot and/or turnip, etc.).
2 c. pumpkin seeds, soaked and rinsed.
1 lg. clove, shallot.
1 c. fresh spearmint or basil.
1/4 c. lemon juice.
1/4 c. olive oil.
1 t sea salt.
Process ingredients to a coarse pate in Medifast food processor adding a little water if necessary..
Agave Dipping Sauce.
1/4 c. apple cider vinegar.
2 T Nama Shoyu.
1 1/2 T. grated ginger.
1 T. agave nectar.
1 t. sesame oil.
Mix together in small, flat dipping bowl..
Wrap 1/4 c. filling w/ 2 T. shredded roots in each leaf..
Serve with dipping sauce...