Okay, so I didn’t actually use lettuce as the wraps here. It was cabbage, savoy cabbage which makes a fantastic wrap replacement. Either lettuce or cabbage will make for a great choice either way though, so choose, make and eat. Delicious!
Mix up all of your ingredients for the tuna salad. Drain the tuna and add it to a bowl along with the mayo, celery, onion, salt and pepper and stir very well.
Carefully remove 4 leaves off of the cabbage, trying to preserve their structure as much as possible.
Fill the tuna salad into the cabbage and then sprinkle the pumpkin seeds liberally as a garnish. Serve up your low carb, high fat tuna salad wraps immediately and enjoy.
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Add some refrigerator pickled veggies as a nice tart garnish to the wraps. Carrots, red onion and cucumber great options.