So, I like cabbage and want to incorporate it into my cooking more (it's cheap, filling, has lots of vit C, etc.). I'd love to hear some of your favorite recipes incorporating cabbage. (Cabbage doesn't have to be the star of the dish, though.) Also, I'm not a big fan of coleslaw but I'm open to trying a slaw-like dish if it's something new/interesting.
Do you know of tried and true recipes to replace whipped cream on pies? I'm interested in those that feature soy but especially those which are soy-free, and if anyone knows of any that call for agave syrup or are otherwise sweetened with non-refined sweeteners, I'd be most appreciative.
i've been continuing to use regular cane sugar for baking because i can't afford to pay $4 for a lb of vegan sugar, but i was at the health food store last night and i saw fructose in the bulk section. it says to use as a sub for sugar, but i looked a bit online and it says that it shouldn't be subbed in baking. it's only $1/lb so it's a good price too. does anyone know about how to use fructose? or can recomend a cheaper sugar alternative? thanks :)