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I'm going to make the Mostly Mediterranean Eggplant Parmesan from VEW.

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Tofu scramble with black beans, green onions, and red hot tahini sauce on top of a pile of spinach.

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Potato tahini miso soup from 500 vegan recipes. without sweet potatoes and just regular potatoes.

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Tofu scramble with black beans, green onions, and red hot tahini sauce on top of a pile of spinach.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Potato tahini miso soup from 500 vegan recipes. without sweet potatoes and just regular potatoes.


Ohh I will have to see if I can find this online. A friend just gave me some miso I have been itching to use in something.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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This is the best thread on the whole PPK. I am always jealous of everybody's dinners!

I had a coconut almond butter smoothie while at work tonight, then some pierogies (please, please, please, Costco, start carrying these regularly. Ok?)

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Red lentil coconut curry, brown rice, avocado.


Which recipe? I tried an epicurious one recently!

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Last night I made the sides for a potluck-y dinner with my friend. I made cucumber salad, green beans with a lemon tarragon vinaigrette (LTEV), and the garden variety variation of the caulipots! Oh, and banana bread from Forks Over Knives. Everything was super good!


Did the banana bread taste healthy? Isn't FOK super limited on oil and sugar? Also, was it expensive?

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Bridgettebakes wrote:
Love Child wrote:
Red lentil coconut curry, brown rice, avocado.


Which recipe? I tried an epicurious one recently!


http://hellyeahitsvegan.com/curried-coconut-lentils/

It was really tasty!


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I just had some chickpeas over brown rice cooked with lots of chopped roasted tomatoes, ginger, parsley, and coriander. I'll be making that again. :)


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Mmmm the chickpea, rice and kale soup from the PPK blog. Sooooo good.


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The hubby is cooking tonight! Enchiladas with refried beans and Boca crumbles and red enchilada sauce.


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Chickpea piccata with rainbow chard with baked gardein tenders or tempeh over caulipots.

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Bridgettebakes wrote:
Freetahtah wrote:
Last night I made the sides for a potluck-y dinner with my friend. I made cucumber salad, green beans with a lemon tarragon vinaigrette (LTEV), and the garden variety variation of the caulipots! Oh, and banana bread from Forks Over Knives. Everything was super good!


Did the banana bread taste healthy? Isn't FOK super limited on oil and sugar? Also, was it expensive?


I don't think it tasted any "healthier" than most banana bread recipes, and I really liked it! The bananas keep it really moist (along with the applesauce and maple syrup, probably), and I thought it was plenty sweet enough for a breakfasty item and I have a pretty bad sweet tooth. Cost is going to depend on how much maple syrup is going for in your area. The recipe calls for 1/2 cup, but there aren't any other expensive ingredients in it, so at least it's not TOO bad.


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Can I call reheated brown rice with a mess of bottled salsa mixed in "Mexican rice"? If so... "Mexican rice". I feel like crepe and am not up to doing anything more than that.

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Love Child wrote:
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Love Child wrote:
Red lentil coconut curry, brown rice, avocado.


Which recipe? I tried an epicurious one recently!


http://hellyeahitsvegan.com/curried-coconut-lentils/

It was really tasty!


Thank you!

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Freetahtah wrote:
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Freetahtah wrote:
Last night I made the sides for a potluck-y dinner with my friend. I made cucumber salad, green beans with a lemon tarragon vinaigrette (LTEV), and the garden variety variation of the caulipots! Oh, and banana bread from Forks Over Knives. Everything was super good!


Did the banana bread taste healthy? Isn't FOK super limited on oil and sugar? Also, was it expensive?


I don't think it tasted any "healthier" than most banana bread recipes, and I really liked it! The bananas keep it really moist (along with the applesauce and maple syrup, probably), and I thought it was plenty sweet enough for a breakfasty item and I have a pretty bad sweet tooth. Cost is going to depend on how much maple syrup is going for in your area. The recipe calls for 1/2 cup, but there aren't any other expensive ingredients in it, so at least it's not TOO bad.


Awesome, thanks! I'll google it :)

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