How is the product raw?
Our products are made with 100% organic fruits and vegetables that are cut, sorted, spread, and put in the dehydrator below 50C degrees. Using the air drying and only fresh, organic and raw ingredients ensures that no nutritious value is lost.100% raw wraps!
Are the wraps Vegan?
Yes they are made with 100% vegan ingredients. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Can I eat these during Detox?
These wraps gently support and activate the detox pathways as they are 100% raw vegetables and flaxseed with psyllium fibers. Consult your detox specialist or ask us about the best way to include these into your detox plan.
Are the wraps Keto and Paleo friendly?
Yes they are made with 100% allowed ingredients in the vegetable flavors. Lookout for the net carbs mentioned on the front labels. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Are the wraps organic?
Yes, 100% organic wraps made from local organic ingredients, although we are not certified just yet.
The product seems a bit hard/stiff, is this normal?
Since our wraps are dehydrated, it’s natural for the product to be a bit tough. When you slather the wrap with your favorite spreads, or rehydrate with a tablespoon of water/ lemon juice they will absorb moisture from the ingredients.
Can I freeze them?
While we don’t recommend that you freeze them, as it can ruin the texture, you can refrigerate them to prolong their shelf life. They will do just fine in dry storage as well. Think of them as dried fruits or veggies, just make sure that the bag is sealed when not in use. Which is why they are so great to carry around during travel or moving around.
How do I store these?
Refrigeration is optional, but dry storage is fine too. Think of them as dried fruits or veggies, just make sure that the bag is sealed when not in use. Which is why they are so great to carry around during travel or moving around.
What is dehydrated not baked?
Veggie Wraps have been air dried at low temperatures to achieve a long – one year – shelf life without refrigeration. The low moisture content in KVW is the reason we don’t need any preservatives or additives to conserve them. Which is why they are so great to carry around during travel or moving around.
How do I refresh the wraps?
For a softer wrap: Simply pass the wrap swiftly under a faucet, or dip it quickly in a plate of water, or spread a tablespoon of water/lemon juice on the wrap. Remove the wrap to a clean surface and allow 5 minutes for the moisture to absorb and refresh it. Then add your favorite fillings, roll and eat instantly. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Making a wrap to eat later…
No need to begin by freshening it with water… the food moisture is enough.
Thick sauces like labneh, mayo, hummus, mustard, ranch, etc are fine to be placed first if you plan on eating the wrap in the coming hour or so. If eating later than 2 hours, place the dry lettuce, rice, grilled veggies first then your wet spread or sauce. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Can I cook the wrap?
Sure you can, warm or toast the wrap alone or with fillings to make a warm roll, crispy tortilla chips, Panini or quesadilla type sandwich. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Can I eat meat with these?
They are made for any filling you desire. Veggie Wraps will give you a healthy and tasty base for any meal. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Warm a wrap
Veggie Wraps can be refreshed by a heat source: warm an empty wrap in the oven or a sandwich press for 30 sec to 1 minute on medium heat, then spread with fillings, roll and enjoy. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
Crisp a wrap in a panini press or toasting pan.
Add a generous layer of fillings like hummus and taouk, roll and crisp the wrap in a sandwich press for 1-3 minutes. Keep an eye on them- they burn easily. Make a cheese or kafta quesadilla in a fry pan with or without oil on low/medium heat. As they bake the flavor intensifies and they get crispy. The color will also darken. Refer to our recipe section for ideas that suit your meal plan.
How can they have so many carbs if they are grain and wheat free?
The carbohydrates in Veggie Wraps come from veggies and fiber or in some rare cases, fruit. Complex carbs take longer to break down than simple carbs. Veggie Wraps contain complex carbs from cabbage, spinach, squash, apples, wild dandelion, beetroot, lettuce, carrot, flaxseed and psyllium husk fiber.
Why are they so expensive?
Raw Wraps are made out of fresh organic cabbage, spinach, squash, apples, wild dandelion, beetroot, lettuce, carrot. Our produce is grown in Lebanon supporting local organic farms. Each pack contains 500-600g of vegetables reduced to 5 wraps.
My wrap is not always the same color…
Since we do not use food coloring the wraps come out different colors depending on the type of vegetable growing at that time of the year. We work with nature, with the seasons, with the natural pigments in the produce.
Will they spoil in shipping?
The wraps are shelf stable without refrigeration for up to a year. They are not like bread as they have been dehydrated and vacuum packed. Think of them as dry fruits or veggies.
I have food allergies are they safe to eat?
Our ingredients are allergen free and when we make wraps we don’t make allergen items on the same day to help prevent cross contamination. Although we take precautions there is always the risk of cross contamination.
How are they made?
We take whole fresh veggies, combine them with fibers, shape into squares, and air bake for several hours at low temperatures. It may sound simple but it took us 2 years to figure it out without using industry standard ingredients like fillers, binders, oils, food coloring, preservatives, or gluten.