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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2012 4:36 pm 
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Last year someone posted their favorite stuffing recipe that was pretty simple and then I made it and loved it. This is all the information I have on this stuffing. I want to make it again, but of course no recipe. So let's just casually talk about our favorite stuffing recipes and then maybe that one will appear here and I can rejoice.

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Do you remember what was in it? I'm not a big fan of stuffing. I do like a mexican style stuffing that has jalapenos, olives and soyrizo in it though.

I also like crunch if I'm going to have stuffing. Like celery, walnuts and what not.

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Was it cornbread stuffing or the kind with bread cubes? I usually just buy a stuffing mix that doesn't contain dead bird juice and prepare it with vegetable broth, earth balance, celery, and onion.

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This is the one I used last year and it was delicious: http://peasandthankyou.com/recipage/?recipe_id=6000527

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Someone posted a wild rice stuffing recipe that was awesome and I made it and loved it.

But this year I think I'm going with the Kale one in VegNews cuz I need more greeeeens

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i buy the sourdough sage stuffing from the prepared food section in whole foods. sorry, i know that wasn't helpful, but i usually eat about 3 or 4 trays of that stuff during november..it's so good!

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This is my go-to stuffing recipe; it's old school and pretty basic, but super good!

http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2010/11/classic-sage-and-onion-stuffing.html

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linanil wrote:
Do you remember what was in it? I'm not a big fan of stuffing. I do like a mexican style stuffing that has jalapenos, olives and soyrizo in it though.



Whoa, that sounds fantastic, especially as a cornbread stuffing.


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bunniee wrote:
I usually just buy a stuffing mix that doesn't contain dead bird juice and prepare it with vegetable broth, earth balance, celery, and onion.


i'm too cheap to buy stuffing mix, but we make our own with gluten-free flax seed bread. then we take the cubed bread and prepare it the same what you do - with veggie broth, earth balance, celery and onion (it reminds me of the way my mom makes stuffing). i spinkle on a little poultry seasoning, garlic and onion powder for extra mmmmm factor. we usually hollow out yellow onions, stuff them with the stuffing, and roast the stuffed onions for an hour or so. stuffing-stuffed onions = so yum! (i got the idea from here years ago.)


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I've used this recipe from Terry the last couple years: http://veganlatina.com/stuffed-stuff-co ... ck-to-you/.


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happyfaced wrote:
bunniee wrote:
I usually just buy a stuffing mix that doesn't contain dead bird juice and prepare it with vegetable broth, earth balance, celery, and onion.


i'm too cheap to buy stuffing mix, but we make our own with gluten-free flax seed bread. then we take the cubed bread and prepare it the same what you do - with veggie broth, earth balance, celery and onion (it reminds me of the way my mom makes stuffing). i spinkle on a little poultry seasoning, garlic and onion powder for extra mmmmm factor. we usually hollow out yellow onions, stuff them with the stuffing, and roast the stuffed onions for an hour or so. stuffing-stuffed onions = so yum! (i got the idea from here years ago.)


Oh boy, stuffed onions sound delicious. Those are two of my favorite foods.

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Last year I made the diner dressing from vegan diner and I loved it. For me, it's the perfect traditional recipe.

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Desdemona wrote:
This is my go-to stuffing recipe; it's old school and pretty basic, but super good!

http://elizaveganpage.blogspot.com/2010/11/classic-sage-and-onion-stuffing.html


It was basically this plus walnuts, I think.

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bunniee wrote:
happyfaced wrote:
bunniee wrote:
I usually just buy a stuffing mix that doesn't contain dead bird juice and prepare it with vegetable broth, earth balance, celery, and onion.


i'm too cheap to buy stuffing mix, but we make our own with gluten-free flax seed bread. then we take the cubed bread and prepare it the same what you do - with veggie broth, earth balance, celery and onion (it reminds me of the way my mom makes stuffing). i spinkle on a little poultry seasoning, garlic and onion powder for extra mmmmm factor. we usually hollow out yellow onions, stuff them with the stuffing, and roast the stuffed onions for an hour or so. stuffing-stuffed onions = so yum! (i got the idea from here years ago.)

Oh boy, stuffed onions sound delicious. Those are two of my favorite foods.
Oh my goodness. This so has to happen.

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Desdemona's stuffing rules. It's the best.

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akasha wrote:
I've used this recipe from Terry the last couple years: http://veganlatina.com/stuffed-stuff-co ... ck-to-you/.

I looooove this one. I usually swap out the bell pepper for some mushrooms or just more scallions.


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LazySmurf wrote:
Last year I made the diner dressing from vegan diner and I loved it. For me, it's the perfect traditional recipe.


I second this - I'm officially in love with this recipe. I grew up with cornbread dressing, but it was made with all kinds of disgusting bird parts (like, the stuff that comes in the bag). I only learned that as an adult. So I doubt I'll ever be able to veganize Granny's recipe. This is a deliciously suitable alternative.

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