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Sushi is my I-don't-feel-like-cooking standby meal. I have to clarify, however, that when I say "sushi" I don't mean "sushi" by any traditional definition. For me, sushi is anything wrapped in nori. Most of the time my sushi has nothing to do with rice, or even grains at all. I'll spread a layer of any grated vegetable or cooked spaghetti squash, and layer in whatever other vegetables or protein I feel like, from sliced turkey to sunflower seed pate to canned tuna. I just really love nori, so anything wrapped up in it is a winning meal for me. This is one of my favorite grain-free "sushi" options, using grated raw turnip instead of rice.