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 Post subject: Quiche help-tofu question
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 6:56 pm 
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I want to make vegan quiche but all the recipes I have found call for silken tofu. I have soyganic tofu-extra firm. Would that work? Is silken just a brand or does it have a different texture?

Also, what are your favorite quiche recipes? Can it be done without nooch? I am not supposed to have yeast but since it's so little and my candida has been under control lately it probably won't be terrible for me.

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 Post subject: Re: Quiche help-tofu question
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I love Isa's broccoli quiche recipe. It uses extra-firm tofu and does not call for nooch, so it would be perfect for you!

http://theppk.com/2008/06/pot-luck-faux-pas-and-a-quiche/


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yes! neither of the vegan brunch quiches call for nooch or silken tofu.

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 Post subject: Re: Quiche help-tofu question
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Awesome! Thank you :)

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oh yes. Isa's broccoli quiche. The only quiche in my life from now on.

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 Post subject: Re: Quiche help-tofu question
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:01 pm 
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I am really excited to try this recipe. I am not supposed to have mustard either(because of the vinegar in it) but I imagine I could sub mustard powder with a bit of water instead? hopefully that wouldn't be too spicy...

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 Post subject: Re: Quiche help-tofu question
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i don't even think omitting the mustard entirely would be a big deal.

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My favorite is the carmelized onion quiche from Vegan Brunch. It takes forever to carmelize the onions (it took me a LOT longer than it said in the recipe) but it is totally worth it. Not many incredients in that one either!


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I really need to buy Vegan Brunch for the quiche recipes alone.


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ShannonLea wrote:
My favorite is the carmelized onion quiche from Vegan Brunch. It takes forever to carmelize the onions (it took me a LOT longer than it said in the recipe) but it is totally worth it. Not many incredients in that one either!



This one is my favorite quiche recipe ever! I can easily put away 1/2 of one of these in a meal.

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I need to buy Vegan Brunch like... yesterday. OMG quiche.

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I need to buy Vegan Brunch like... yesterday. OMG quiche.

Yes you do. Everything in it is amazing, but if you want to do try quiche, the broccoli quiche recipe is online http://theppk.com/2008/06/pot-luck-faux-pas-and-a-quiche/

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