February 16th, 2005
For lack of a better title: ( Green miso riceCollapse )
The leftovers of this stuff sure got me odd looks from coworkers. *lol* Mmmm....tasty.
( Sprouted Lentils (only works with green lentils)Collapse )
any of you ever made your own mead from agave nectar before?
i think i would like to try it.
(and have a "true" honeymoon next october)
Anywhoo, here's a recipe from the back of the bag, I love that there's not even a mention of eggs!
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip cookies recipe (I'll post a photo when I get to making them)
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Ugh!!! Eaten plain, it was incredibly gross. If I hadn't already paid $10 for four containers, I would just throw it out and get some Tofutti. It definitely had a soy taste, and the texture was really thick for sour cream. I'm hoping that the dried soup mixes will cover up the nasty taste of the sour cream.
On the plus side, while I couldn't find the vegan dry Hidden Valley Ranch packet (is it the lowfat kind? The store only had the original and the dip-specific kinds), the kosher Lipton Recipe Secrets Soup Mix is vegan!
at first when i made the hot fudge topping i though i screwed up bad because it was complete watery liquid being poured onto the batter. but after about 30 minutes it was all gone..and when you cut into it...fudgy goo all at the bottom. i've never had a lava cake like they advertise on restaraunt menus..but i'd imagine this is what it's like!
i'm definitely making this again soon and posting pictures. i didn't last night because we used paper plates and didn't attempt cutting them out of the dish very neatly.
First, the scramble:
A few days ago, someone online (I don't remember who!) told me that to make a really awesome tofu scramble, one needs a mixture of soy sauce and maple syrup, along with turmeric and spicy stuff. So, somewhat doubtful, I whisked up some lite soy sauce and pure maple syrup, added a good amount of ultra-yellow turmeric, some tobasco sauce, and chili powder, and added it to fried tofu and onions. So good! I put it on top of whole wheat toast and added some salsa later.
cross posted to vegantestkitchn
this is what i used to make the sauce
4 tablespoons nutritional yeast
1/2 cup soymilk
what can i change or modify about this to stop it from tasting like feet and actually appeal to my tastebuds?