March 21st, 2005
For my chili, I used a scoop of the vegetarian chili mix from the Bulk Barn (it's basically a seasoned TVP), and added a bit of water, a can of corn, a drained & rinsed can of mixed beans, and a jar of home-made chunky tomato sauce (which has carrots, celery, mushrooms, and other lovely things in it).
I made the sauce pretty much according to the recipe, but added a pinch of nutmeg. I couldn't help it, it's the Welsh in me ;)
So yes. If you haven't checked that recipe out yet, what are you waiting for? Get to it!
The closest I've come to finding similar information online is this, but it doesn't seem as comprehensive...
If you want, comment and list what vegan/vegetarian cookbooks you have.
And if you want, look and see what other people have :)
( I have a serious cookbook addiction.Collapse )
This is my first venture into quinoa and it was really good. I made some fresh broccoli, spinach, and tomatoes to go with it.
one of my big problems is eating lunch at school. i have limited access to a microwave at school (its a pain in the ass though), but i do have space in a fridge. i dont want to spend every morning cooking a lot of stuff, so it needs to be fairly easy. the other difficult time for me is when it comes to anything sweet/desserts. besides fruit obviously, is there anything else i can try to eat/cook?
thanks so much for any help!
Hi everyone, I've been here for awhile but this is my first post. ^_^
Okay, so, my problem is that today I got an extreme craving for my two ex-favorite foods since becoming vegan; Orange Chicken and Sesame Chicken.
So, does anyone have any recipes for these?
If you do, I'll love you forever and ever. <33
if i started mixing stuff for a cake then realized
1) the egg replacer i just bought is mysteriously gone
2) we have no vegetable oil
can i do 1/4 cup applesauce per egg and use olive oil instead?
or is this gonna be one funky cake?