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    From the Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. The recipe says, "This spread offers a very rich and creamy alternative to commercial mayonnaise. It's also great for soy-sensitive children and adults as most prepared mayonnase substitutes are tofu based." This recipe is untried by me so far.

    Recipe #320032

    I think this is from Martha Stuart Living magazine. Add more water as needed- this is a thick vinaigrette.

    Recipe #320029

    I think this is from Marth Stuart Living magazine. I haven't tried it yet but it looks yummy,

    Recipe #320030

    This untried recipe is from the July/August 08 issue of Vegetarian Times. It looks delicious.

    Recipe #320043

    I tore the page out of the magazine this is from, but I think it is Martha Stuart Living. I have no idea from what year it is from. I have made this into a vegetarian version by leaving out the tuna. We thought it was very tasty and used whole wheat pasta from the farmers' market, It's quick and easy, making it a great choice for a weeknight meal.

    Recipe #320040

    From Nov. '07 Natural Health Magazine.

    Recipe #320031

    Recipe #319930

    From The Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. This is high in omega-3 fatty acids. Use as a replacement for dairy butter on toasted bread, bagels or crackers. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #319927

    From the Whole Foods website. The websites reminds you that the tea leaves contain caffine.

    Recipe #319925

    I think this is from Martha Stewart Living.

    Recipe #319922

    From Vegan Vittles by Joanne Stepaniak. Cooking times do not reflect marinating time. Yummy and easy to make. Be sure to have a sause for dipping. Tomato based sauces are my favorite for this one.

    Recipe #317544

    From The Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. So simple yet delicious.

    Recipe #317338

    Found on the Whole Foods Website.

    Recipe #314929

    From The Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. This is a great alternative to hot cocoa when you want something sweet and warm. It's super easy to make.

    Recipe #314699

    From Susan V at fatfreevegan.com We thought this was sooo good. I love the sauce and may have to use it in other recipes. It's cheesy and creamy and really hits the spot when I'm craving dairy cheese. This is super easy to make as well.

    Recipe #314675

    From Dr. Fuhrman's new book, Eat for Health.

    Recipe #305627

    From Vegan Vittles by Joanne Stepaniak. This is a tasty, simple and hearty dish. I didn't have quick cooking brown rice and just used cooked brown rice instead- about a cup and a half- and it turned out just fine. I also doubled the tomato sauce because I wanted to use it up and it was delicious. You can definately play with this recipe. I may add some ground not meat next time.

    Recipe #314705

    This is from Fresh from the Vegetarian Slow Cooker by Robin Roberston. Note, I am posting this as written but there are four things you should know: Instead of buying a box of instant Seitan Quick Mix (which is more expensive than making it from scratch), you can use 1/2 of the dough from Recipe #149322 (don't make the entire recipe- just follow the instructions for mixing the vital wheat gluten and the liquid- use the spices in this recipe. z-mail me with questions or post in the vegetarian forum and I'll explain if needed). Also, this recipe is meant for a 5 or 6 quart crockpot. Next, I do not cook the vegetables first- I just throw them in and they turn out great. Finally, you will want to use enough vegetable stock to submerge all of the veggies and seitan dough. The amount posted below was not enough for my crock.

    Recipe #312265

    From Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home book.

    Recipe #298550

    From Vegan Vittles by Joanne Stepaniak. Super quick and easy to whip up and they taste great, too.

    Recipe #312550

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