Does anyone have suggestions for high protein breakfasts that do not contain soy? I generally eat oatmeal and fruit in the morning, but I'm starving by noon and would like something that stays with me a little longer. My nutritionist says I'm consuming too much soy, so I'd like to avoid it at least for a while. Would love to hear what everyone else likes to eat for breakfast!
I recently went veg about 2 and half, almost 3 months ago, and now that Thanksgiving is rolling around I really want to make a dish to bring to our annual family feast so I can share this new part of my life with my relatives (also so I can insure I'll have something yummy and meat free to eat! hah). So my question is this: now that Now & Zen's Unturkeys are no more and we are left with only Tofurky as a last resort, has anyone actually successfully made their own Unturkeys using the recipe from http://unturkey.org? It looks a bit complicated and I consider myself a pretty good cook. I don't want to expend time, money, and effort to end up with nothing more than an anything but delicious big glob of gluten on my plate.
i am planning on making sloppy joes for my roommates who are all meat eaters w/ the exception of one vegetarian..i've never made sloppy joes anyone have any favorite recipes? i've seen and found some online that look really tasty but if anyone can vouch for any i'd really appreciate it!! thanks.
I made this today & it was tasty. I don't believe in measurements though, sorry.
You need: +equal parts cubed tofu & precooked polenta (I'm obsessed with Food Merchant's Brand Garlic & Basil) +splash of olive oil +lots of Nutritional Yeast +Paprika, to taste +Basil, to taste +Garlic Powder, to taste +Salt/Pepper, to taste +Toast +Vegenaise. Heat oil in sauce pan. When hot, add basil & garlic powder first, then tofu & polenta, followed by other spices. Cook until polenta & tofu are desired consistency (I like 'em slightly crispy). Mix same spice mixture with Vegenaise to make a tasty spread. Put everything on toast. You're good to go.
Wayyyyyyyy better than an egg sandwhich, I tell ya.