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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2016 6:55 am 
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Thanks! I took it out and hoped, and I think I must have done something wrong the first time I made it because this time it was really firm and it didn't melt into the brine at all.

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Thanks! I took it out and hoped, and I think I must have done something wrong the first time I made it because this time it was really firm and it didn't melt into the brine at all.

Yay! I've really been enjoying the feta - I put it into a salad with arugula, almonds, chickpeas, and dried berries. Delish!


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I like the quick version of mac and cheese (with the powder mix). To me it tastes more of paprika than cheese, but it is deliciously creamy and I gobbled it all up.

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I made the parmesan and it turned out nice! Even though I had a mishap... I baked it for the amount of time given in the recipe but because I hadn't spread it evenly thin, some areas were still soft and white. So I put it back in the oven without a timer and went outside to water the garden... and help my boyfriend in the garage... and do this and that... and after I really have no idea how long my boyfriend said "don't you have something going on in the kitchen?" Luckily it didn't burn, but it's all an even shade of light brown, and still as tasty as before the second bake!
I still haven't tried it on pasta though.

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Making the luscious low-fat oat chocolate gelato for the third time! In full discretion, I do use one can light coconut milk (just shy of 2 cups) and use soy milk for the rest of the liquid. It's a two day process - one day for simmering, blending and cooling, the next for pouring it into the ice cream maker - but nothing is difficult about each step and it makes great ice cream consistently.


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Has anyone made the eclairs from this book, and if so, how did they turn out? Does anyone have an opinion on replacing the flax goo with aquafaba?


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Barnyard Bob did! See the quote below:

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I did try the eclairs, if anyone is interested. They were okay. I made mounds for cream puffs. They never puffed even though the instructions said they were supposed to double in size. Stayed mostly flat and the outsides were crisp while the insides stayed pretty raw. Not a complete disaster but not worth the time it takes to make a batch of flax seed egg whites and then making the dough itself. I think I'll try some aquafaba choux next.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2016 12:19 am 
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Thanks LFL. Hmmmm. I really want eclairs. What to do?


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I love the BBQ sauce recipe! So easy and easily variable. I made it GF for a potluck by using GF soy sauce.


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The yuba bacon is a spectacular concept! I feel that I still need to tweak the marinade ingredients a bit, but the texture is so good, and it's already quite tasty.


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Digging back into this book! Made the unribs last week and brought half the batch to my work retreat alongside a huge platter of the revolting 'real' thing, and all but one were devoured! Such a good texture (in such a vegan way). I used TJ's apple bourbon bbq sauce for the first go, and would so like to try a sweet & sour Chinese style on a future making. Next up, I'm eyeing the unpork and breakfast sausage patties. Oh, and the unsteak and bolognese.

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jdfunks, those unribs are on my to do soon list! Glad to hear they turned out well for you. You should try making your own bbq sauce for them based on the quick and easy and delicious and economical recipe in the book!

The almond feta is already everything I hoped it would be. The texture is so spot on. The flavor is already really good on day 3, but according to the book it's supposed to get really good after week 3. I'm using massive reserves of self control to not eat it all by then! It is quite salty, but I think I didn't add enough fresh water to the brine.


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I love the unpork jdfunks! I think you will too. It's such a simple recipe but was a revelation to me about the wonderful stuff oil can do to seitan.


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I love the feta, this time it's perfect. I had it cubed with fresh tomatoes and basil and it was so incredibly delicious.

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I have this book for almost a year, but haven't made anything out of it... (I blame it on myself and my habit to buy too much new cookbooks).
But I have to say, this topic makes me want to try everything in it, thanks!

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The vanilla ice cream is really nice! I love the coconut/cashew mix!

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