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i got this recipe from fatfreevegan.com (an AWESOME website, i've found really great stuff there) and tweaked it a bit. i didn't know how it would turn out, because i've had some bad luck with my pasta/bean dishes, but i thought it was really delicious! it reminded me of the days eating chef boyardee and spaghettios... mmm... ( original recipe and my added changesCollapse ) if you wanted to add some faux meat or something like that, i'm sure you could. one of my friends doesn't like the taste of fake meat so i kept away from that for her sake. enjoy!
I really shouldn't be eating bread but I wanted to try my idea to bake kumquats into soda bread, instead of raisins. I did it, and it is really fantastic. It is like bread with excellent marmelade already in it.
2 cups unbleached white flour 1 cup soy flour 2/3 cups oatmeal 1/3 cup flax 3/4 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda 1 Tbsp caraway seeds
I had about a cup and a quarter of halved kumquats. I had to halve them to get the seeds out.
put them in with the dry ingredients and mix before you put in the wet ingredients.
1 + 1/2 cups soy milk. as with Kreeli's delicious soda bread, 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.
okay, so i accidently bought french onion tofutti cream cheese at a health food store near my work. as the trader joes i go to only has the plain, i didnt realize that all of the containers look the same from the side (i am short and it was on a highup shelf). any good recipes that could use this? i enjoy french onion dip, but not cream cheese.
otherwise i may end up just throwing it out. help?
Forgive me if this has been brought up before, but I'm looking for tried and true recipes for soy pulp (AKA 'okara'). To save money, I plan to start regularly making my family's soymilk with bulk-purchased soybeans, and know I will have lots of leftover soy pulp to deal with. Any suggestions?
I just bought a box of Stevia and read the back after opening it:
"Two French chemists named Bridel and Lavieille began to unravel the secret of Stevia in 1931.....they found this substance to be 100-300 times sweeter than table sugar and without toxic effects in laboratory animals."
I've only heard about this product from vegans...
Is this unnacceptable to consume? I'm so confused.