This is a P2 Seaweed Crab & Asparagus Roll that is easy and quick to make for lunch. I leave to work early in the morning 5:30am and drive for 1 hour to get to work so I don't want to spend a lot of time making my lunch to take to work. This is what I do for this meal:
Seaweed Sheet...10 calories (Rouge Item) Takes the place of Melba Toast and is healthier than Melba.
I cook my asparagus (100 grams) and let it cool. I open a can of crab (not imitation) and I split the crab into 3 small piles of a total of 100 grams. Once the asparagus cools, I place the asparagus and the crab inside the seaweed and roll it up. This makes a very good finger food at work with your protein and vegetable. I also spray a little Braggs Amino Acid on the crab meat and I use it as the glue to keep the seaweed roll to stick once rolled. Thats it
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