Some basic info would be helpful too, like how well it keeps in the fridge or random simple things to do with it (like freezing tofu gets a different texture)
I know absolutely NOTHING about Seitan, any help would be great. :)
note: and before someone tells me to look in the recipe index in here, I already have, but I didn't find it all that helpful.
i was going through her cookbooks, but they are all in japanese and i can't read them in order to veganize anything.
thanks in advance :-)
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2. I'd also like to make some sesame noodles to go along with my sushi. Any ideas/recipes to hand my way?
so any wondrous success stories?
Yesterday I decided to make the vegetarian to vegan jump. Yay! I have some morning star food that I'm going to finish first because I dont want to waste it but after that, I'm done. With that being said, does anyone have any advice on cheese subsitutes for this recipe? If you've tried something similar, let me know how it came out. Thanks.
Homemade pad thai from the Vegan Planet cookbook. Probably less-than-authentic, but still tasty. :)
Rice noodles, fried tofu, something called "broccoli slaw" I picked up in the produce section (basically just broccoli stalks, carrots, and purple cabbage cut into matchsticks), bell pepper, tomato, ginger, garlic, lime juice etc. with roasted peanuts on top. I need some help modifying this recipe... I think I may have used too many noodles, but this didn't seem saucy enough for me. What can I use to make this more saucy? The sauce basically consisted of some rice vinegar, sugar, and a little tamari. The lime juice was my own idea. But I need more!
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2 cups unbleached white flour
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 tbsp salt
3/4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 cup raisins
1/2 cups soy milk blended with 2 tsp vinegar
blend dry ingredients, then stir in raisins. stir in the soymilk + vinegar mixture. knead until a smooth, pliable dough forms. lightly oil a cookie sheet or pizza pan. shape the dough into a round loaf about 3 or 4 inches high on the pan. bake at 375 for 35-40 minutes. cool on a rack, but is best enjoyed warm, topped with earth balance and accompanied by a cup of tea.
I altered this slightly by using 1/3 white 1/3 wheat and 1/3 soy flour for extra nutrition, adding two tablespoons of caraway seeds for extra fun, and using a mixture of dark and golden raisins. (It took more soy milk than indicated in the recipe, too.) It was crusty and really good.