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 Post subject: Re: Vegan Eats World
PostPosted: Sun May 26, 2013 8:30 pm 
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I got this book for Christmas, did not make many recipes as I was super busy and then travelling, can't wait to go back home and try some of yours. I particularly discovered ban mihs not too long ago and would love to make them at home!

I have made the pickled cucumbers with ginger. I LOVE those. I think I made them at least 10 times in a couple months lol. I made naan bread, had a hard time not to eat everything. I think I finished it in 2 days lol.

I absolutely want to make the french crepes, hope they are good. And will be making more seitan too!


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan Eats World
PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2013 10:53 am 
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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 1:04 am 
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I have made the pickled cucumbers with ginger. I LOVE those. I think I made them at least 10 times in a couple months lol.


I'd like to try those too, but I can't seem to find the recipe. Could you tell me which page it's on? Thanks!

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Shukriyya wrote:
VegSo wrote:
I have made the pickled cucumbers with ginger. I LOVE those. I think I made them at least 10 times in a couple months lol.


I'd like to try those too, but I can't seem to find the recipe. Could you tell me which page it's on? Thanks!

Ginger-Marinated Cucumbers pg. 80.


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan Eats World
PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 5:23 am 
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I made the Bulgur Mujaddara (pg. 307) but without orzo and Lebanese Moussaka Stew (pg. 158), which was awesome. I recommend this recipe for eggplant skeptics like myself! This book is full of eggplant and this recipe made me hopeful that I can learn to love it.


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Ginger-Marinated Cucumbers pg. 80.


Thank you! Turns out I've been looking in the wrong chapter.

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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 9:25 am 
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Ok, everyone, here's the index, by region and country. I think it's pretty useful if you're in the mood for a certain type of cuisine and don't want to randomly flip through the book. I understand why Terry or the publishers didn't arrange the book this way, though, since a few places only have one or two recipes. Lastly, some recipes are listed under two regions/countries because it's either fusion or she said that it is commonly made in two different places. Hope you guys like it!

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Thank you so much!! That will make meal-planning sooooo much easier if I want to stick to region.

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That's brilliant! Thanks.

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Ooooohhhhh thank you so much allularpunk!!! This is super helpful!!!

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allularpunk wrote:
Ok, everyone, here's the index, by region and country.

This is fantastic, allularpunk! I have printed it out and am good to go. Thanks for sharing your hard work!


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 Post subject: Re: Vegan Eats World
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wowza! this is awesome! thank you!

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Oh, yay! I'm glad you all find it useful! It was actually quite fun to put together.

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I made the Like an Egyptian Lentil soup yesterday, it was really really good! I left out the coriander because bleaph, and had to use ground cumin as I was out of whole seeds. It was mighty tasty! Will make again for sure. I loved the onions, they made it into a delicious breed of lentil soup and onion soup.

Next planned is the Yassa tofu, trying to decide on a side that would go well with it. Suggestions?

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I'm making the Yassa tofu, but with seitan instead! As my side, I'm doing the lemony dill rice. Figured the lemon-ness would go with it, even if it's from a different part of the world.

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allularpunk wrote:
Ok, everyone, here's the index, by region and country. I think it's pretty useful if you're in the mood for a certain type of cuisine and don't want to randomly flip through the book. I understand why Terry or the publishers didn't arrange the book this way, though, since a few places only have one or two recipes. Lastly, some recipes are listed under two regions/countries because it's either fusion or she said that it is commonly made in two different places. Hope you guys like it!


Awesome work! I appreciate it greatly, it beats me trying to get around to doing something myself.

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So, made the Yassa tofu with the west african rice (page 313, don't remember the title). I loved them both! Even my omni boyfriend (who said the moroccan chickpeas and zucchini from AFR was just "ok") liked it and requested it again for the future.
However we both found the tofu a bit dry; I think next time I will bake it covered in foil the first 20 minutes and remove it for the rest, maybe it will be saucier. I also had to take the tofu out of the onions and carrots and lay it on top, otherwise it was completely covered and I doubt it would have been so nice and firm.

In any case success again! So far, 4 out of 4 recipes from this book have been awesome.

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I made the summer rolls with avocado. Is it just me, or are rice paper rolls really condom-like? I'm a little disappointed, so many people seem to really like them.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2013 10:59 am 
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allularpunk wrote:
Ok, everyone, here's the index, by region and country. I think it's pretty useful if you're in the mood for a certain type of cuisine and don't want to randomly flip through the book. I understand why Terry or the publishers didn't arrange the book this way, though, since a few places only have one or two recipes. Lastly, some recipes are listed under two regions/countries because it's either fusion or she said that it is commonly made in two different places. Hope you guys like it!



Fantastic! Thanks for sharing this, I am printing it and tucking it into my book now!

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I just made the muhammara (red pepper dip). it is SO good! it's amazing to me how much of a difference it really makes when you toast and grind your own spices.

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I made the summer rolls with avocado. Is it just me, or are rice paper rolls really condom-like? I'm a little disappointed, so many people seem to really like them.


haha! OMG! Now that you say it! I'm not going to be able to eat them without giggling now.

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I made the Chinese spicy eggplant (can't recall the exact name of the dish) last night. It came out very good -- reminiscent of Chinese restaurant eggplant, but less oily, which I appreciated a lot.


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I made the summer rolls with avocado. Is it just me, or are rice paper rolls really condom-like? I'm a little disappointed, so many people seem to really like them.


I shall never be able to look at fresh spring rolls the same ever again.

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I made the Like an Egyptian Lentil soup yesterday, it was really really good! I left out the coriander because bleaph, and had to use ground cumin as I was out of whole seeds. It was mighty tasty! Will make again for sure. I loved the onions, they made it into a delicious breed of lentil soup and onion soup.

Next planned is the Yassa tofu, trying to decide on a side that would go well with it. Suggestions?


I made the Egyptian Lentil soup tonight and it was the first thing I've cooked out of Vegan Eats World. I kept the coriander and used cumin seeds. The onions were too much for me though. And I like onions! I think next time I'd cut down to 1 red onion instead of 3. I'm not really sure about the red wine vinegar either, I think I'd prefer to go without it next time.

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I made a few new things for the cookbook challenge, and was very happy with them! Posted in that thread.

I made the pistachio date quiona salad the other day. It had some really surprising favors in there.

Next time I will use less dates, if they are as sweet as mine were this time! And add pistachios last so there is a bit of crunch. I thought this salad was way better the next day, room temp for lunch.
Oh, and the toasted quiona with fennel and cumin seeds was pretty damn good just on its own!

This will be a perfect dish to bring to a potluck with skeptical omni foodies. Yes, I have someone specifically in mind haha.

my kinda meat and potatoes guy was kinda confused by this one...I think the dates weirded him out. He thought dried apricots might be better.


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