Experimenting with quinoa wraps

Not much text here about quinoa wraps just photographs.

I’m planning a longer post soon. In that post I’ll go through some steps for the development of quinoa wraps a friend suggested I try to make. You won’t be surprised to know that I’m still gaining weight and each wrap (sans contents) contains 34 grams of carbohydrate and 5.5 grams of fat!


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The top set were made with chicken thighs, the middle set had no meat (I know what a surprise but the quinoa was cooked in chicken fat) and the last set was made with tinned corned beef. I used Mission wraps, specifically the zesty garlic herb ones. 

All the images were processed using Adobe Lightroom and the diptych images were made with the Diptic app.  

I tried to limit myself to one wrap at a time rather than making multiple of them and eating several at a time. I really need to start eating less and lose some weight.  

Have you made quinoa wraps?


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