With all the carbs I have been eating, it has made me really bloated and weighed down.
I would use more tofu, but I can't seem to find any that is cheap enough.
I was wandering what your advice would be for what food I should use more of to make my meals more filling, not so expensive, with not too many carbohydrates? (I don't ask for much, I know :P)
Thank you in advance for all of your wonderful ideas!
As my darling wife pointed out, potatos are incredibly cheap and we're going to try to do acouple of potato type dinners this week, since it's a sort of poor week. I've been doing a bit of Googling, and found some tasty looking dishes, but I was wondering if anyone had some lovely, favorite potato type recipes that they'd like to share that are relatively inexpensive and nutritious?
We're going vegan this week, so we don't yet have vegan cookbooks to help. Any recipe is most appreciated! :)
I'm making the chocolate-mint cupcakes from VCTOTW for my husband's birthday, but Whole Foods didn't have any peppermint extract, just peppermint flavor. (which is oil based rather than alcohol based) I *could* go to another store to get extract, but I really don't want to. Do you think the flavor would work, or should I just suck it up and go shopping again?
i just bought a bag of dried hijiki, and need some recipes on how to prepare it. hijiki has a very strong flavor which i honestly don't like it at all, but i want to find recipes to use it in that help mask the flavor of it because of it's high iron and calcium content. please post any recipes you may have.. especially if they help make the flavor a bit more bearable. thank you:)
I am currently perusing the tagged entries on French foods, but I was just wondering if anyone had a really fantastic French anything recipe they'd like to share?
Or just some helpful tips since I would think French food would be one of the more difficult food ethnicities to veganize?
I'm particularly interested French recipes for proteins . . . tofu, seitan, tempeh, etc. etc. Thanks in advance!