Someday, I’m going do a bunch of research into cultural and religious vegetarianism. Around the world, what people are vegetarian, why, and what is their particular cuisine like?
One such group are Seventh Day Adventists. I don’t know much about them except that they’re vegetarian and seem to be very loafy and casseroley by culinary [...]Continue Reading →
Wash you some potatoes Peel the same potatoes, saving the peelings for the soup stock you will hopefully make later. (Freeze peelings until that far off day.) Remove nasty, potentially lethal, dark, brooding spots on potatoes, and anything sprouty. Quarter those bad boys. Book ‘em. Boil ‘em until they’re tender. Mash. (With a masher or [...]Continue Reading →
I made the Fettucine Alfonso from Joanne Stepaniak???s ???Ultimate Un-Cheese Cookbook??? because I really wanted to experiment with a bean recipe that wouldn’t taste like beans.
I will admit that this is a recipe (perhaps even an entire cookbook) that may strain the non-vegan’s suspension of disbelief for vegan cuisine, so before we get [...]Continue Reading →
I promise you this much: If you cook anything “on a bed of” anything at home, you will feel super, extra cool while you eat it. Ditto for “portabello wine sauce.” This is some way-cool pro menu terminology we’re getting into here.
No one needs to know that the corn and spinach were frozen or [...]Continue Reading →
I got my bean-cooking instructions from The Complete Vegan Cookbook. I highly recommend that everyone everywhere grab a copy of this book because it is one of those books that not only has nutritional info for every single recipe, but there’s not a thing in there that isn’t good for you, turns [...]Continue Reading →
I veganized my mother’s Christmas pudding recipe and the people have spoken and the people seem to think it might possibly be better than the original, maybe.
1½ C. whole-wheat flour (sifted)
1½ tsp. baking soda
1½ C. sugar
¾ tsp. salt
½ tsp. ground cloves
1½ tsp. ground cinnamon
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I’m re-posting this from it’s original home on PulpLit.net because I like to have it close by.
Whisk together 2 tbsp. oil, 2 tbsp sweetener, 2 tsp vanilla extract & 1 cup soy milk in a bowl. Toss in 1 cup of flour. Instead of mixing dry ingreadients in a seperate bowl, sprinkle 2.5 [...]Continue Reading →
If you have a can of diced tomatoes, you have the world on a string, I’m telling you.
I just threw this together off the top of my head and it took all of 5 minutes to put together and turned out like something I could eat 4 times a week, so I’m going to [...]Continue Reading →