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PostPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:32 pm 
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I made a stovetop mac & cheese using some leftover roasted acorn squash based cheese (based on the ACV chipotle recipe, but thicker & milder this time around) and ate it on top of a raw kale salad based on the one from the Whole Foods salad bar. It has nooch, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, tahini and olive oil (okay, not raw but the kale itself isn't cooked) and I'm so glad whenever I make it.

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A stew with collards, chickpeas, quinoa, mushrooms, garlic, veggie stock, cayenne, thyme, and coriander.


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Tonight's going to be AFR baked tofu, caulipots, and garlicky mushrooms & kale plus roasted brussels sprouts.


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Mac and cheese, hot sauce-glazed tofu, an avocado, green peas and steamed broccoli.


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Chili with a side salad and whole wheat garlic bread.


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Lentils and steamed broccoli with marinara


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Spinach soup?

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Spinach soup.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I think I need Mac and cheese. What's the laziest possible recipe? I'm too dizzy to do anything strenuous and a,ready have emergency cupcakes planned.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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I think I need Mac and cheese. What's the laziest possible recipe? I'm too dizzy to do anything strenuous and a,ready have emergency cupcakes planned.


esme sauce? as in easy, not lazy. I think the Vegan Diner one is pretty go-to, as well. If you have any leftover storebought or homemade cheese around, you can easily do a stove-top, too (which is what I totally did last night).

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Tonight was baked tempeh cubes in a balsamic/maple/garlic/soy/hard cider sauce with sauteed bitter greens and brown rice, and a whiskey cocktail.

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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That sounds really good. Recipe for the sauce?

I settled on nuggets and tater tots. Lazy and salty!

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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Made Lentil salad from Veganomicon, but then ended up going out for dinner unexpectedly with friends and I had basil fried rice with tofu, no egg, extra garlic, yum.

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Seitan ribz, baked potatoes, steamed broccolini.

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Lentils with marinara, and steamed kale with balsamic and dijon mustard. And now I'm baking 2-ingredient pumpkin brownies for the first time. Hope they're good.


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Lentils with marinara, and steamed kale with balsamic and dijon mustard. And now I'm baking 2-ingredient pumpkin brownies for the first time. Hope they're good.


What are the two ingredients? Lol, is brownie mix vegan?!

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It's 1 box of brownie mix + 1 can of pumpkin. The ultimate in laziness. They were a little chewy when they came out of the oven last night, but I'm hoping the texture will be better today. I was pretty happy to eat one warm with a scoop of vanilla coconut ice cream!

Lots of brownie mixes are vegan. I used a Ghiradelli mix (only some of theirs are vegan, so watch out).


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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ashley wrote:
It's 1 box of brownie mix + 1 can of pumpkin. The ultimate in laziness. They were a little chewy when they came out of the oven last night, but I'm hoping the texture will be better today. I was pretty happy to eat one warm with a scoop of vanilla coconut ice cream!

Lots of brownie mixes are vegan. I used a Ghiradelli mix (only some of theirs are vegan, so watch out).


Sweet! I hope the texture improved!

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Roasted Beet-Tofu Burgers from fatfreevegan and Cheezy Broccoli Rice casserole from the Uncheese Cookbook.

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AFR chili lime tofu, rice & black beans on the side!

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I have a bag of collards, so I will probably eat collards! Mostly likely stir-fried with rice.


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Gardein mandarin orange chik'n stir fry with peppers and broccoli.


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Gardein mandarin orange chik'n stir fry with peppers and broccoli.


I am making that tomorrow with more veggies and a bit more sauce kicked up...

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VEW Ma Po Tofu. It is sooooo good and very easy to make. I added dried red chilies cause we like things very hot, and added sichuan pepper at the end. Served over riced cauliflower with a side of garlic ginger spinach.

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baked beans from moosewood cookbook. they were unique and delicious, mostly because i had to BAKE IN THE FLAVOR!


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