Maybe I just need sleep, but I couldn't find much in the memories for cornmeal, but if there is something I have looked over feel free to point me there...
Basically, I'm looking for something to do with the cornmeal I bought today. I seem to have forgotten what I was going to originally do with it. Possibly some sort of corn muffin? I don't know.
For any of you in the Seattle/Puget Sound area that may not know - there is a vegan shop open in Seattle's U-District, at University Way (the Ave) and 55th Street called Sidecar. It's AWESOME. They have all sorts of veg*an supplies, from staples to clothing to mixes to unmeats to the ever-elusive Follow Your Heart vegan cheeses. If you haven't been up that way yet, it's very worth a look.
Does anyone know anything about 'Pauls Original Harvest Burger'?- I tried google but no luck- its a veg burger I get in NY healthfood stores that I think is vegan- Id like to try to make it myself- but dont know where to begin- the ingredients are listed but no nutritional info- or other info-
ideas? recipes? suggestions?
thanks in advance-
Does anyone know anything about being able to freeze peanut sauce? I just made way too much on accident and am wondering if I can freeze half and use the other half tonight for dinner.
So im trying to make Kolaches... and the dough isnt rising. What should i do?
Ive made them before and they rose. please help!
i made my vegan cheesecake( first vegan baked good in my life )
and served it with sugar/tofutti "better than sour cream" mix on top
gave it to my relatives
they devoured it!
i'm going to post pictures soon
just out of curiosity can i use soy milk in any recipe calling for milk? i'm just not sure if it would change the texture or the taste of things.
My sister is giving a dinner party on the weekend and told me she would be serving Chicken Teriyaki. She asked if I had a recipe for a vegan dish that she could make as well, but I told her I'd bring something and not to worry. But I need some recommendations!
I want something that won't clash with the teriyaki (since I want to make enough for everyone), and whatever dish I make will have to be prepared at least an hour before it will be served. But a lot of Asian dishes are best served straight out of the pan. My sister will probably serve a salad as well, and I'm guessing there will be rice.
Do you have any ideas/recipes for a dish I could make? I did look in the FAQ, but I'm after specific recommendations for this situation. :-)
The memories aren't working for some reason. Does anyone know the recipe for the vegan ginger cookies they serve at Peet's Coffee? (This is a San Francisco-only thing, probably)
There are two reasons why these cookies are wondrous: they are spicy and chewy. Chewy! Chewy cookies, yum!
Sorry, they're that good.
I don't remember ever reading about this anywhere SO--
Salt and sugar seem pretty similar to me, so why is it that sugar is refined while salt... isn't?
It just seems like they'd go through the same process since they look the same and that that would create a problem for vegans.
There's probably something really "UH DUH" about that question, but it's been bugging me for a while.
Also, today is my one month anniversary of being vegan!
Tomorrow I'm making myself a cherry pie and not sharing with anyone:)