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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2017 1:56 pm 
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Brown jasmine rice, steamed broccoli, and mongolian soy strips.


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Vegan Italian sausage, steamed new potatoes chopped and tossed with capers, Dijon mustard and mayo; baby spinach, beers, oranges, red onion dressed with red wine vinaigrette.


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I made such a beautiful borscht! My late mother-in-law was so inspiring in her simple preparation. And with the apple cider vinegar. Key.

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Yesterday buffalo cauliflower from kittee's blog. Smoky soy curls from Vegan Diner. Sautéed spin h with garlic.

Today beets tossed with Chinese mustard, rice vinegar, oil. Bok choy sautéed with hoisin, ginger, garlic and pan fried tofu.


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Going to make carrot-based lox and tofu cream cheese on bagels. With a mound of alfalfa sprouts that I've been growing in the kitchen!

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Chikee Seitan from Superfun with queso, tortillas, chili-ed cabbage, avocado, quinoa, I dunno whatever else I can find.


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Last night, tacos made with curls and sliced onions in a gochujang sauce with a cabbage slaw, one of my current favorite meals

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I went to my my ex-boss/somewhat current business partner's house for dinner, and his wife made onion bhaji, chana masala, Dahl, aloo gobi, and naan. She is a star and so conscientious about making vegan stuff that she always goes crazy overboard. It was lovely.

Tomorrow we are going for a valentine's dinner at one of those "call ahead and they'll make you something amazing and vegan!" deals. I love those, even when they are not amazing. The element of surprise and getting something you might never choose to order is fun.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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from the Forks Over Knives cook book - pad thai with mung beans we sprouted ourselves (after several previous failures)

dried apricot tart for pudding which is crying out for some cream ...

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from the Forks Over Knives cook book - pad thai with mung beans we sprouted ourselves (after several previous failures)

dried apricot tart for pudding which is crying out for some cream ...

Can you get any Oatly cream? I really like it. (it was introduced to me when my mum randomly gave me a carton years before I even considered going vegan.) I currently have two cartons in the cupboard as it was on special offer; I wish I could easily pass one to you!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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teacup wrote:
from the Forks Over Knives cook book - pad thai with mung beans we sprouted ourselves (after several previous failures)

dried apricot tart for pudding which is crying out for some cream ...

Can you get any Oatly cream? I really like it. (it was introduced to me when my mum randomly gave me a carton years before I even considered going vegan.) I currently have two cartons in the cupboard as it was on special offer; I wish I could easily pass one to you!



oh, thank you. that is so kind ... I have found a small carton of -

http://www.abelandcole.co.uk/soya-cream-sojade-200ml in the fridge which will fill the gap ... I have had the Oatly cream before but my source for it is a 15 minute walk along a busy street ... too grey out there & too cosy in here to venture out!

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From Terry's Vegan Salad cookbook: the Tempeh Reuben salad with beet balls (from the beet ball salad recipe) subbed in for the tempeh. Really delicious, I love the homemade thousand island dressing and beet balls.

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sweet potato & lentil shepherd's pie, a selection of chutneys & carrots & broccoli on the side ... oh, there might be a glass or two of red wine ...

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I have half a pack of rosemary potatoes that must be used tonight. I might make chickpea cutlets or something similar to go with them.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Dal roti! Snow day. Bored enough to mess with dough.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Tonight is a marinated portobello burger on a fancy sprouted bun with a really yum sauce made of cashews and tahini. Will probably make some oven fries to go with it. (It is night #2 of the meal plan thing I'm trying out)


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Cauliflower Tikka Masala from the Funtimes cookbook. I am wondering whether I could/should use only one cauliflower and sub a Unchicken cutlet?

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Truffled alfredo from Supe rFun Times with garlicky broccoli over chocolate pasta

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Chocolate pasta?????


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Vegan Richa's African peanut lentil soup, mmmmm.

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Chocolate pasta?????



Lol, yes. It was a gift, some years ago actually, so I'm hoping it's still good!

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Pizza! Not sure what on it yet but probably just simple with homemade cashew mozz.

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red sweet potato curry from Isa Does It ... wild rice on the side & a bowl full of bitter greenery ...

chocs from yesterday! Booja Booja for pudding ...

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Lol, yes. It was a gift, some years ago actually, so I'm hoping it's still good!

Was it good? Is the pasta sweet? Did it go with garlicky broccoli?

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