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1 cup soy milk
1 cup rolled oats
1 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup dry sweetener
1/4 cup oil
egg replacer equal to 1 egg
1 cup blackberries
1/4 -1/2 cup chopped pecans
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In medium bowl, stir together oats and soy milk. leave for 10 minutes. In a large bowl, stir together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Add dry sweetener, oil, egg replacer and oat mixture. Stir until just mixed. Gently stir in pecans and blackberries and spoon into muffin tins. Sprinkle a few rolled oats on top before baking to make them pretty. :) Bake for 20-25 minutes or until knife comes out clean. Makes 6-10 depending on size.
EDIT: I added in the egg replacer I forgot the first time I posted. :) oops.
50g linseed, powdered using a food processor
200g spelt flour
200g malted brown flour
teaspoon of sugar
packet easy blend yeast (or whichever type you prefer)
300ml hand-hot water
Mix, knead. Rub the dough all over with olive oil, and leave to rise. Cook. Eat.
The recipie advocates putting a tablespoon of vinegar in with the hand-hot water, to assist rising and to release some more of the nutrients in the bread. I've tried it both with and without, and can't say I've seen any difference with either the rising or the flavour, so I'd put it in for any possible nutritional benefit.
Am currently eating rolls made from this mixture, filled with Tartex yeast pate. Mnn, breakfast.
Also, my only previous tofu experiences have been using soft tofu for baking cakes or in lasagna. My x-firm tofu tonight smelled a lot like raw pumpkin and while eating my sandwich I noticed this again and it bothered me. Maybe I just never noticed it before but does tofu normally smell like this? I hardly doubt it was bad, I'm just curious if it's always like that.
If yellow is your favorite color, then you will love this. It's one of the most yellow dinners ever. If you happen to be on a low-carb diet, I apologize for what you're about to see:
Fried red potatoes with turmeric and Indian-spiced rice pilaf. The camera really doesn't do the potatoes justice. They are almost neon.
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seeing that i'm on a tight budget, i figure buying groceries is less expensive than going out to eat for every meal. i am very eager to learn how to cook, and to cook vegan, on a tight budget. which is basically why i joined this community. :)
so that's me and my story.
nice to meet y'all.