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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 12:07 pm 
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Leftover Mango BBQ beans with Broccoliplots from AFR. Probably going to make it into a bowl and top it with some fresh chopped veggies to add a green-crunchy factor.


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Mixed up golumpki in a bowl- cabbage, brocolli, apple cider vinegar, tomato soup, rice, and gimme lean sausage. Worth the gas (TMI?).


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buffalo soy curl pasta again - i really dig it! :)

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ridiculous amounts of vegan queso and chips at a soiree. delicious, really.

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Wine and pumpkin cookies? Whoops.


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Mattar tofu, steamed brown rice, rotis. I'm tempted to go back into the kitchen and tuck into the leftovers, but I'm making do with a glass of water.

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BLT on sourdough with smokey soy curls, lettuce, tomato, Vegenaise, and pickled hot peppers. So good.

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A rather burned veggie stir fry That'll teach me to nip to the loo leaving it on the heat! :(


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Veggie matzoh ball soup, panko crusted seitan, roasted cauli, corn, mashed potatoes and mushroom-Shallot gravy. Raw triple layer brownie for dessert. Yumm..


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Southern style butter beans, sauteed cabbage, and hoecakes.

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Pasta pesto with Savoy cabbage and lentil-beetroot salad.

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Burrito bowl! Seriously starting to believe I could live off of burrito bowls for the rest of my life (which is good, because with school and work in full force I need a good recipe that takes very little time). Super easy, I've been making these forever:

Brown rice, black beans, any raw veggies I have around, juice of 1 lime, cilantro, avocado, salsa, cholula, and tortilla chips crumbled on top. Yum, the version I have been making this week has been esp. wonderful because I roasted a butternut squash on Saturday to add into bowls throughout the week.

Bowls bowls bowls. How I love thee.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I'm planning on making a chicken seitan pad kee mao meets red curry meets clean-out-the-fridge noodle dish tonight.

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Turnip cakes, sweet and sour soya balls, Buddha's feast, and sauteed broccoli with garlic and hot peppers. Half homemade, half procured elsewhere. All delicious.

I miss those turnip cakes so much!

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Onion, and Heirloom Tomato Sandwiches with Creamy Celeriac Sauce from The Inspired Vegan. So happy to have received that book for my birthday!

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Homemade cheesy tortellini, probably with vodka sauce.

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yaki gyoza with tempeh and tare sauce, pineapple fried rice, nam kho ca to mat (braised mushroom and tomato)


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Homemade "butter" "chicken" - I love it. There is no better way to use Gardein "lightly seasoned" scallopini. Healthy? No. Delicious? You betcha.

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getting a jump start on mofo where i veganize some fast food faves: veganized jack in the box 2 for 99c tacos & fries!

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A smoothie with avocado, frozen banana, soy chocolate milk, and spiro-tein. This was absolutely forking delicious considering how little food I've had (yay no wisdom teeth).


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40 Clove Chickpeas and Broccoli with brown rice and pineapple juice on the side. Good sick food!

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Chana masala with brown rice. TJs Coconut chips and an apple for dessert.


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Going to make the edamame pesto with linguine from AFR. Except I kept eating the pesto out of the container in the fridge after the gym every day this week (so good on pita chips), so I only have a small amount left

So I will make it like this:
Sautee some garlic, shallots or red onion
Add 1.5 cups of diced tomatoes and a spash of white wine
Cover and Cook down for 10 minutes
Add pesto, stir, then add linguine

I might add some beans for protein if I can find some in my fridge (like white beans). Might add some chopped spinach as well.

I made a similar sauce for a baked potato topping earlier this week and it was really good. I think it will be excellent on the pasta. I actually find just the pesto on the pasta a little to thick

(oh and sauteed mushrooms and add to my portion - my partner hates mushrooms)

I only have pasta about once a week. I am really looking forward to it tonight!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I was all set to make spring rolls, but I went to the shop to buy some spring roll wrappers & there were none there! So I decided to make my own & was Googling recipes & came across one for egg rolls (which I don't think are a thing here in Australia - we have spring rolls & cold rolls) where you make really thin crepes & wrap the filling in those. It wasn't a vegan recipe, so I made my own from plain, chickpea & arrowroot flours, nutritional yeast, a little sesame oil, salt & water & they were SO much better than regular ol' spring roll wrappers. I always brush my spring rolls with oil & bake them in the oven rather than deep fry them, so that's what I did, & they were crispy & chewy & heavenly. Definitely be doing that from now on.

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Potato leek soup that my sister froze for me. It looks really good, can't wait to dig in!


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