Yes, they did get quite crispy. Luckily, the insightful I am Grateful authors suggest moistening the tortillas to make them pliable once again. It worked.
As only a faux hippie can be, I was also excited to try the "I am Elated" recipe (sun-dried tomato, chile, and pumpkin seed pate). FYI: according to The George Mateljan Foundation and its World's Healthiest Food website, pumpkin seeds are a good source of magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, protein and zinc. Who knows what all those minerals and vitamins do in conjunction with one another, but I'm guessing they probably make you smarter, thinner, funnier, happier, and better looking. :)
After soaking overnight, I processed the seeds with sun-dried tomatoes and various seasonings. I thought the pate was a little plain at first, but it was perfect when combined with the spinach tortillas, cashew sour cream (also from I am Grateful), my friend's homemade salsa, and a few avocado slices.
I predicted TH wouldn't be quite so in awe of green tortillas, so I served his burritos with Ezekial spouted grain tortillas and lots of Valentino's hot sauce. They were well received.
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