I decided to take photos of the meals that my husband and I typically eat during the week and post them on my personal journal, to answer the question I hear so often--"What can you eat?" I've been watching vegancooking for years and I hope that the members will take an interest, or at least enjoy the food-porn. While the meals I feature may not be particularly complex, I think there is value in discussing the "normal" and everyday vegan diet. By "normal" I mean meals we make often without using a recipe or list to shop. I will admit to you that Paul and I rely too heavily on processed foods, so our everyday diet is not perfect, but we try.Our Philly Cheese Steaks are the most fattening meal that we make semi-weekly. Not only does the meal call for a cheese alternative (we use Vegan Gourmet's Mozzarella), but also we use about a tablespoon of Vegenaise and a white baguette. We found the recipe for Philly Cheese Steaks on the back of the Tofurky "Philly-Style" Steak Deli Slices, but overtime it has become our own. We do not measure our ingredients.
We have to purchase the banana peppers at a conventional store, because Whole Foods doesn't carry products that contain artificial colors or preservatives.
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A bottle of cold IPA goes down well with this comforting meal.