To the sandwich purists of the world, no sanga is complete without bread. In the spirit of sandwich diversity, we’re a little more lenient on the definition. If the food in question can be eaten on the go and involves a filling held in place between a carb of some sort, that is as much a sandwich as any. This is a rather long way of saying that we’re digging this recipe for vegan onigirazu, a Japanese rice ball sandwich that looks a little like a flattened sushi roll. The basics are rice and nori but after that, everything else is totally up to you, which means if you feel like stuffing last night’s tofu steak in there, please be our guest. If you’re stuck on filling ideas, the folks over at Lazy Cat Kitchen will have you sorted. See the full recipe here.