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PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2013 6:38 pm 
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I left out the amaranth. Its only a tablespoon so I used extra spelt (which I used instead of wwp)

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I made the surprise PB cookies from whole grain vegan baking. they have sriracha and 5 spice powder. they are pretty awesome. I also used really good Mast Bros chocolate, which puts them over the top a bit. yum!

Woah! Those sound bizarre! But I was totally excited and going to make them after I read your post only to see they call for amaranth flour, which I don't have. I think that's going to be my frustration with this book...I only bake when I'm having a lazy stay-inside day and that also means I'm too lazy to go to the store. But to make most of these recipes I'll have to buy special ingredients/battle the rude weekend whole foods shoppers. First world problems


They're really good and I think they kind of taste like satay cookies, which sounds even weirder but I mean it in an awesome way. I used the amaranth flour, but it was surprisingly easy to find and a few recipes seem to use it so it won't just sit there unused.

Last night I made the pesto knot rolls from that book too, and they were a huge hit! I had planned to freeze half of the batch, but Boyfriend saw to it that there was no need for that. There's only one left for my lunch today.

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I left out the amaranth. Its only a tablespoon so I used extra spelt (which I used instead of wwp)

!!! Yay thanks for replying! I have spelt so now I can make these!!!

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Braided almond oat bread from Whole Grain Vegan Baking. So good. And so pretty.

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I made the on the glow basic oatmeal squares from Oh She Glows: http://ohsheglows.com/2012/01/20/on-the ... l-squares/. The name is accurate - they're basic, but delicious! Cut it in half, spread with sunflower seed butter, and smooshed together, they make a great, healthy-ish dessert!


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I made the on the glow basic oatmeal squares from Oh She Glows: http://ohsheglows.com/2012/01/20/on-the ... l-squares/. The name is accurate - they're basic, but delicious! Cut it in half, spread with sunflower seed butter, and smooshed together, they make a great, healthy-ish dessert!

I love her recipes (she has an excellent carrot cake/lemon glaze recipe!), so I think I'll have to try this one! I even have sunflower seed butter that needs to be used up!

I made a nice large batch of crackers yesterday. When my camera comes home (stuck in the car with my partner right now), I'll food porn it up!

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I made a nice large batch of crackers yesterday. When my camera comes home (stuck in the car with my partner right now), I'll food porn it up!


I want to make my own crackers! What recipe did you use?

Anyone else have any easy cracker recipes?

Dammit now I'm hungry.

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Tomato rosemary scones from Vegan Brunch! Doubled the rosemary, used spelt flour, served with nettle soup. Yum.


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I made a nice large batch of crackers yesterday. When my camera comes home (stuck in the car with my partner right now), I'll food porn it up!


I want to make my own crackers! What recipe did you use?

Anyone else have any easy cracker recipes?

Dammit now I'm hungry.



these are a really good base recipe. I've done a bunch of different flour and spice variations and they always come out really good!
http://www.everydaydish.tv/recipe/julie ... c-crackers

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ijustdiedinside wrote:
Moon wrote:
bodhi wrote:

I made a nice large batch of crackers yesterday. When my camera comes home (stuck in the car with my partner right now), I'll food porn it up!


I want to make my own crackers! What recipe did you use?

Anyone else have any easy cracker recipes?

Dammit now I'm hungry.



these are a really good base recipe. I've done a bunch of different flour and spice variations and they always come out really good!
http://www.everydaydish.tv/recipe/julie ... c-crackers

I used the recipe from thekitchn, and it was pretty good. The crackers turned out super pretty! It had some sugar in it though, and it made them taste like not-too-sweet cookie/crackers. When I make some again, I'm going to use idji's link, which is similar but with much more flavour!

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I made the Forks Over Knives Oatmeal Raisin Cookies tonight. I've never baked with sorghum flour before, but decided to give it a whirl and I think it really gave these cookies a nice, soft texture. Not tough or chewy (I guess because of the lack of gluten), just soft and awesome. They also have a nice richness to them because of the almond butter. I like these a lot more than the version in Vcon that I made a while ago that honestly seemed a bit "healthier" tasting.


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Hot cross buns. The recipe I used was only just ok but they smelt soooo good while baking. Will have to see what other recipes I can find.


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Hot cross buns. The recipe I used was only just ok but they smelt soooo good while baking. Will have to see what other recipes I can find.

What recipe did you use? I have some dough slow-rising in the fridge right now to shape and bake tomorrow, I hope they turn out! I'm using the recipe from Vegan Dad's blog, minus the sourdough starter.

I also have some focaccia in the oven right now. I used the recipe from The Bread Baker's Apprentice with the poolish (pre-ferment), infused the olive oil with herbs de provence, and topped it with halved kalamatas pre-proof. It smells SO good and I can't wait to taste it!

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I just made the carrot cake from the Sticky Fingers book for tomorrow. I added pineapple and left out the nuts. I hope it's good!


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VeganMeredith wrote:
I made the on the glow basic oatmeal squares from Oh She Glows: http://ohsheglows.com/2012/01/20/on-the ... l-squares/. The name is accurate - they're basic, but delicious! Cut it in half, spread with sunflower seed butter, and smooshed together, they make a great, healthy-ish dessert!

I love her recipes (she has an excellent carrot cake/lemon glaze recipe!), so I think I'll have to try this one! I even have sunflower seed butter that needs to be used up!


I also LOVE her recipes. And I think it's cool that we're from the same place :) I haven't tried her carrot cake one yet - thanks for the pointer!


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Hot cross buns. The recipe I used was only just ok but they smelt soooo good while baking. Will have to see what other recipes I can find.

What recipe did you use? I have some dough slow-rising in the fridge right now to shape and bake tomorrow, I hope they turn out! I'm using the recipe from Vegan Dad's blog, minus the sourdough starter.

I also have some focaccia in the oven right now. I used the recipe from The Bread Baker's Apprentice with the poolish (pre-ferment), infused the olive oil with herbs de provence, and topped it with halved kalamatas pre-proof. It smells SO good and I can't wait to taste it!


I just used a random one I had cut out from a magazine clipping that i just had to sub margarine to make it vegan but it didn't really have that much flavour. Vegan Dad's looks like a pretty good one so I'll have to give that a go.


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I made Oil-free Chocolate Zucchini Walnut muffins from this recipe this weekend http://ohsheglows.com/2012/08/06/oil-free-chocolate-zucchini-walnut-muffins/

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zinnifer wrote:
Hot cross buns. The recipe I used was only just ok but they smelt soooo good while baking. Will have to see what other recipes I can find.

What recipe did you use? I have some dough slow-rising in the fridge right now to shape and bake tomorrow, I hope they turn out! I'm using the recipe from Vegan Dad's blog, minus the sourdough starter.

I also have some focaccia in the oven right now. I used the recipe from The Bread Baker's Apprentice with the poolish (pre-ferment), infused the olive oil with herbs de provence, and topped it with halved kalamatas pre-proof. It smells SO good and I can't wait to taste it!


I have hot cross buns slow rising in the fridge right now, too! I am so excited for them. Hot cross buns are my favorite thing about Easter. I've been dreaming about them for weeks!

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Yesterday I had the idea to make a caramelized rhubarb tarte (like tarte tatin, i guess) and I had all this frozen rhubarb. I just really wasn't thinking, I guess, because the second I added the rhubarb to the hot sugar in the pan, it just turned to mush and there was so much water! i mean, duh, I definitely should have known that would happen. so i cooked it down for an hour maybe and after a night in the fridge I have something that I guess I would call rhubarb curd.

aaaanyway, I already had an almond crust prebaked, so today I am going to do a rhubarb cream cheese tart, I think. I'll mix the cream cheese with a little sugar and vanilla, spread that in the crust and then spread the rhubarb stuff on top. Should be good, but such a DUH moment! Baking!

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Yesterday I had the idea to make a caramelized rhubarb tarte (like tarte tatin, i guess) and I had all this frozen rhubarb. I just really wasn't thinking, I guess, because the second I added the rhubarb to the hot sugar in the pan, it just turned to mush and there was so much water! i mean, duh, I definitely should have known that would happen. so i cooked it down for an hour maybe and after a night in the fridge I have something that I guess I would call rhubarb curd.

aaaanyway, I already had an almond crust prebaked, so today I am going to do a rhubarb cream cheese tart, I think. I'll mix the cream cheese with a little sugar and vanilla, spread that in the crust and then spread the rhubarb stuff on top. Should be good, but such a DUH moment! Baking!

Your accident sounds delicious! But rhubarb tarte tatin.... mmm, that sounds good too!

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Hot cross buns. The recipe I used was only just ok but they smelt soooo good while baking. Will have to see what other recipes I can find.

What recipe did you use? I have some dough slow-rising in the fridge right now to shape and bake tomorrow, I hope they turn out! I'm using the recipe from Vegan Dad's blog, minus the sourdough starter.

I also have some focaccia in the oven right now. I used the recipe from The Bread Baker's Apprentice with the poolish (pre-ferment), infused the olive oil with herbs de provence, and topped it with halved kalamatas pre-proof. It smells SO good and I can't wait to taste it!


I have hot cross buns slow rising in the fridge right now, too! I am so excited for them. Hot cross buns are my favorite thing about Easter. I've been dreaming about them for weeks!

I used a slightly tweaked version of the one on amey's blog and used half lemon juice in the icing and it's sooo good. I haven't made hot cross buns in years so it's an extra special treat.


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Oooh, sounds yummy! Mine are rising at room temp now, I can't wait to eat one!

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