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Old 12-28-2017, 10:42 PM   #101
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Thanks, everyone, for the helpful suggestions on how to make my veggie soup more flavorful. They were a big hit with my husbutch! Thanks for taking the time. It is appreciated.
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Tonight I experimented with a recipe and I knew in the back of my head it probably would not work, and it didn't. Still... go me, for trying something new! I bought a can of Amy's coconut Thai soup (always seems like it'll be great but always ends up being "meh", also loaded with sodium). I used that as a base to stir-fry cabbage, onions, and tofu-shiritaku noodles. I added a little curry powder. It ended up being so bland, so I melted two TBS of peanut butter and mixed that in, along with 2 TBS of sweet chili sauce. That saved it but I'd definitely not repeat this "Amy's Thai soup as base for stir-fry" thing again!
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Okkkkk, so tonight I made a stirfry with a can of light coconut milk (used too much!), curry, peanutbutter, and carrots, tofu, onions, and cabbage. It was okay but definitely bland, not something I'd make again.
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Subscribing for new recipe ideas as someone who used to be vegetarian and because we want to reduce our meat intake a little bit.

NYCfem, that stir fry sounds like it should have been amazing and I'm sorry it wasn't!
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NYCfem, that stir fry sounds like it should have been amazing and I'm sorry it wasn't!
It does sound amazing!! nycfem, do you use enough salt and pepper? You'd be amazed at what a difference it can make. I'm sorry all your food seems to be coming out bland.

I need good dinner recipe ideas. I hate cooking but my diabetes isn't getting better and I have to stop relying so much on simple, easy carbs.
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It does sound amazing!! nycfem, do you use enough salt and pepper? You'd be amazed at what a difference it can make. I'm sorry all your food seems to be coming out bland.

I need good dinner recipe ideas. I hate cooking but my diabetes isn't getting better and I have to stop relying so much on simple, easy carbs.
Maybe this site could be helpful?
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That was helpful, thank you! There were a bunch of easy recipes that I would definitely enjoy!
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I just made this tonight and it is sooo good! And easy.

https://www.veganricha.com/2016/08/b...-fritters.html

And for dipping sauce:

https://www.veggiessavetheday.com/ve...anch-dressing/

I added extra dill to the dressing because... dill.

Tomorrow I am trying my hand at chickpea flour mini quiches for a party.
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I just made this tonight and it is sooo good! And easy.

https://www.veganricha.com/2016/08/b...-fritters.html

And for dipping sauce:

https://www.veggiessavetheday.com/ve...anch-dressing/

I added extra dill to the dressing because... dill.

Tomorrow I am trying my hand at chickpea flour mini quiches for a party.
Hi tantalizingfemme,
Those look awesome! Let us know how the mini quiches go. I want to make a dessert with chickpea flour, but it'll be my first time using it, so I'm a little wary.

On another note, I just made vegan mac and cheese for the first time and it turned out great!! I'm stoked!
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Those look awesome! Let us know how the mini quiches go. I want to make a dessert with chickpea flour, but it'll be my first time using it, so I'm a little wary.

On another note, I just made vegan mac and cheese for the first time and it turned out great!! I'm stoked!
Vegan mac and cheese is great! I found pasta made from chickpeas and other types of beans at the local co-op and am waiting to make mac & cheese with it. Does your cheese sauce include cashews?

The quiches came out great. I used fresh garlic, rosemary, and basil along with some sauteed red onion and green pepper. The flavor is subtle, which I like. This is how they came out:



I made a vegan green goddess dressing, and brought that as a dipping sauce.
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Pear & Hazelnut Salad w/Champagne Vinaigrette salad ..do try it

2Tbsps Champagne Vinegar
1 shallot, minced finely
1tsp Dijon mustard
1/4 c Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1Tbsp fresh Italian Parsley, finely chopped
Sea Salt & (freshly) ground black pepper
3 c Frisee(root trimmed and leaves pulled apart) or a wonderful Organic Spring Mix
3 c Baby Arugula (use this if you decide on the Frisee)
2 Pears(Ripe)cored peeled and cut into cubes
1Tbsp Lemon juice
1/2 cup Hazelnuts, toasted roughly chopped

To make Vinaigrette: In a jar, add vinegar, minced shallots and mustard. Cover and shake well. Add Olive oil. Shake well til well combined. Taste and adjust seasoning with salt and pepper and stir in chopped parley. Set aside.

*Peel*, core, & chop Pears and add 1Tbsp lemon juice. Set aside in small bowl. Cover

To assemble salad: Place the frisee and arugula (or Spring Mix) into serving bowl and toss. Drizzle with enough vinaigrette to coat greans, lightly. Add Pears. Toss gently. (Do not saturate the greens with dressing!)

To serve: Divide the dressed salad between 4 chilled serving plates and sprinkle with chopped hazelnuts and serve immediately.

note: * * Peeling Pear is optional-I love it natural. I've also tried this salad with a Raspberry Vinaigrette and loved it too.
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I wish I were the cow in this video LOL

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this is my absolute favorite late night treat-
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*hemp Seeds
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Ooooh, that looks yummy! I'll have to try a version of this.
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Vegan-friendly Pancakes

love this, make it often (for me) whilst my spouse enjoys his favorite pancakes

Batter:
1/2 c. old fashioned oats
1/2 c. (homemade) almond milk
1 (large) ripe banana
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
1/8 tsp. nutmeg, freshly grated)
1/3 tsp. vanilla extract

buzz oatmeal to powder in blender. Add rest of ingredients to blender and blend til combined.
Warm non-stick pan to medium. Lightly brush with vegan butter. Use 2-3 Tbsp. of batter for each pancake and cook 2-3 minutes or until bubbles form all over pancake. Keep warm

To serve- To warmed plate add pancakes and sprinkle blueberries & raspberries (frozen or fresh). Add chopped walnuts and drizzle with maple syrup and finally.........if you want the ultimate sprinkle with black poppy seeds...................uh huh, next best thing to ...everything that counts
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Every Sunday I meal prep for the week. It's usually at night since I am out but today, for the first time in a while, I had nothing planned. Yay. I absolutely abhor having to cook when I get home during the week. Absolutely hate it. It's the last friggin thing I want to do. So, meal prep it is. I am going to post some really great recipes that I have found.

This first one is going to sound really weird, but it is soooo good. If you hate dill, skip this.
https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/veg...otato-chowder/

I used homemade hummus in the recipe below instead of the vegan ricotta.
https://www.fooduzzi.com/2018/01/veg...oli-chickpeas/

I will admit, I did something I swore I would never do. I pulled the little covering off the chickpeas. It makes a huge difference. Hint: rub them dry with papertowels, it helps!
https://www.fooduzzi.com/2016/09/che...ted-chickpeas/

This vegan parm cheese is the absolute best thing I have ever tasted. I can put it on anything.
https://www.fooduzzi.com/2017/10/vegan-parmesan-cheese/

https://www.fooduzzi.com/2018/01/veg...sted-broccoli/

Instead of quinoa (I hate quinoa) I used farro for this one.
http://www.panningtheglobe.com/2017/...t-buddha-bowl/

The avocado dressing for this recipe is amazing. I love creamy dressings but have not found any vegan versions to make that weren't runny. This changed that.
https://www.shelikesfood.com/seasone...anch-dressing/

I made a couple of new ones today, so if they work out, I will post later.
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This is my newest favorite vegan breakfast treat:


Lots of ice
cold brew coffee
unsweetened almond milk
medjool dates
vanilla
cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, or whatever spices you like.

I throw all of this in my Ninja and blend it up and it's super delicious and filling. I don't add any sugar because the dates are so sweet.

The dates get ground up but you can taste their little gummy goodness bits and it's like a really good dessert.
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Vegan cream cheese. Does anyone have a recipe that they love? I see some but thatís a lot of raw cashews to be throwing out if it doesnít work. Also, one that is is plain, not fruity or vegetable flavored. Thanks.
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This is my newest favorite vegan breakfast treat:


Lots of ice
cold brew coffee
unsweetened almond milk
medjool dates
vanilla
cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, or whatever spices you like.

I throw all of this in my Ninja and blend it up and it's super delicious and filling. I don't add any sugar because the dates are so sweet.

The dates get ground up but you can taste their little gummy goodness bits and it's like a really good dessert.
I love cardamom. I make a vegan split pea soup with cardamom in it. Yum!
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OOOOOOOHHHKAYYY - I am slowly moving back toward my mostly-vegetarian diet and am stocked up on the things that make me feel full.

I ate the last of my chicken sausage tonight for dinner and I felt kinda grossly full even though it was a small portion. I remember now how good I used to feel after my vegetarian meals a couple of years ago and am looking forward to not feeling so gross after I eat.
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