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I'm gonna use Beyond Meat in one of the Sichuan chicken recipes in Land of Plenty + stir-fried cabbage + jasmine rice.

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Inspired by @jdfunks I'm making beyond meat ground beef nachos.

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Cauliflower/broccoli crust pizza and a salad.


I'm curious how you've managed to veganize that, since the recipes for cauliflower crust I've seen have been heavy on the egg and cheese.

I'm making leek and potato soup (with wild rice and Swiss chard) and buttermilk biscuits.


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Dinner in China Town: spicy stir fried bock choy, stinky tofu, and this amazing potato dish. I've never had a Chinese potato dish before. I'm so glad I tried it!

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ijustdiedinside wrote:
Inspired by @jdfunks I'm making beyond meat ground beef nachos.




Oooo! What did you think? I was terrified to try them, but they really weren't as ground-breakingly meety as I thought/feared. Kinda like Gimme Lean, but way less greasy and salty. I liked them, though!



Also tonight....maybe soup. Maybe flatbread with pistou.

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ijustdiedinside wrote:
Inspired by @jdfunks I'm making beyond meat ground beef nachos.




Oooo! What did you think? I was terrified to try them, but they really weren't as ground-breakingly meety as I thought/feared. Kinda like Gimme Lean, but way less greasy and salty. I liked them, though!



Also tonight....maybe soup. Maybe flatbread with pistou.



yeah, i liked them, but they were a little dry. i prefer boca crumbles or gimme lean if i want fake ground meat. I did really like the chicken strips when i bought and cooked them myself. when i tried the chicken from the whole foods salad bar, it was inedible.

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I had one of the new Linda McCartney Mushroom & Spinach burgers with Violife Cheese, Hassleback potatoes & veg
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Co-op custard donuts.

Oooo, nice! Do they have chocolate on top?

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Frozen red lentil cauliflower curry and boring rice and what was left of a box of frozen samosas.

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Sautéed tofu with steamed kale over faro. Topped with lots and lots and lots of curried peanut sauce. Did I mention lots of curried peanut sauce?

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I wish I'd had your dinner, quietkaos!

I had a couple pieces of millet flat bread and a bowl of frozen blueberries.


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PPK spring potluck! Asparagus bisque, AVT brie en croute, AVT gruyere, tofu misozuke, asparagus mini quiches, spring rolls, arugula pasta salad with creamy cashew dressing, potato-celery root-radish pancakes with cracked black pepper cashew cheese spread, sparkling strawberry lemonade, and home made kombucha.
Then for dessert mango tart and chocolate strawberry pie. And then some Korean ginger tea. PPKers know how to do a potluck!
I guess that was more like a late lunch, but I'll be eating leftovers for a late dinner.

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Handcut fries, spicy tofu sauce & a cardamom whiskey sour at a nearby bar.

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Pad See Ew from VEW, probably, but I don't have any tofu. It will just be heavy on the broccoli. It's the end of the month. Y'all know how it is! This will be my first time making this recipe, but I rarely shy away from something sweet and sour with noodles.


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Redwood/VBites festive pasty with veg and maybe mushroom gravy

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smoked tofu stir-fried with sugar snap peas, shallots, garlic, already steamed carrots, brown rice ... red wine

some Booja-Booja chocs ...

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eatsbabies wrote:
8ball wrote:
Cauliflower/broccoli crust pizza and a salad.


I'm curious how you've managed to veganize that, since the recipes for cauliflower crust I've seen have been heavy on the egg and cheese.


I don't put any cheese in it and use flax egg in place of egg.


Tonight I had a slice of banana/chocolate loaf and a bowl of rhubarb crumble with ice cream.


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Tonight is minestrone with homemade baguette (half-way through the process right now) and tester ginger banana bread for dessert.

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soba noodles w/tahini+soy+rice vinegar sauce, topped with kale, mushrooms and beans (outta tofu, darnit). if i can muster up the ooomph i'm going to try to bake something tonight with the one cup of pumpkin i have left.


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Carrot and red lentil soup with ginger and coconut milk - I used the butternut bisque recipe from IDI as inspiration for the flavours. And home made naan. Pretty happy with the naan!

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It was super gourmet. First I toasted a slice of bread, and then I smashed two Trader Joe's falafel balls onto it, and then I topped it with caramelized onions. Then I had a green smoothie.


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Baked buffalo seitan, sautéed choy with garlic and jasmine rice.

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