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7 Videos (13m)
    • Welcome to class

    • The ingredients

    • Prepare the rice

    • Make the chimis

    • Clean up

    • Lets eat

    • Final thoughts


About This Class

Even though there are just four main (and simple) ingredients, the final product is still absolutely delicious! These chimi's are baked, not fried. They are so satisfying, that you won't even mind, though.

I welcome you wherever you are on your vegan journey: vegan straightedge, vegan wannabee, vegan curious, vegan resistant and even vegan oppositional.

7 of 7 students recommendSee All

I am really coming to enjoy Marc's quirky humor and he is full of good, general information about cooking that I really had no knowledge of! Thanks, Marc!
Teresa Trimm

Get Healthy Again

Never thought to BAKE my chimis! Gonna have to try this.
Tony Ross

tonyteach: keeping training simple…

Great lesson! Love the pocket idea. This makes it finger food that provides an alternative to the omnipresent pizza. I recommend using higher fiber tortillas like Santa Fe Tortilla Company Homestyle Whole Grain & Flax Tortilla Wraps", which I get from Amazon. And brown rice. This amps up the fiber content while still making for a yummy pocket!





Marc Isaacson

Bhavatu sabba mangalam | May all beings be happy

Hi! I'm Marc Isaacson. I'm a vegan and a triathlete. But, I didn't start out life as either. I was raised as an omnivore and didn't become vegetarian until 1997, when I was thirty years old. In 2001 I made the switch to veganism.

I did my first triathlon in 1989. It was a fairly short "sprint" distance and I couldn't believe how hard it was. I didn't do my next triathlon until 1999. I continued participating in triathlons until 2002, working my way up to half Ironman distance races. I ...

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