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    From Jan 07 VT magazine. NOTE: the cabbage salad listed as an ingredient is actually kimchee. For some reason 'zaar would not let me list kimchee as an ingredient even under different spellings. I am posting the recipe as it appears in the magazine, but found that it was not terribly spicy and would make the following changes: double or triple the kimchee, and add some fresh grated ginger as well as red pepper flakes. Next time I will also cut back on the sesame oil or omit it, even though it adds a really great flavor it also is high in fat. The recipe warns you to check the label of the kimchee for fish sauce or anchovies, if you are vegetarian or don't like fish taste. Otherwise, we enjoyed this salad very much.

    Recipe #202412

    From the October 2006 issue of Vegetarian Times. This recipe has substituted the yogurt with silken tofu, lemon juice and vinegar for a creamy-tangy taste without the dairy. This is delicious as a condiment with Indian food or as a dip with pita bread. It is not lacking in flavor and a bit on the spicy side. The mint is lovely and adds a nice cooling effect with the chili.

    Recipe #222911

    From, posted by Jayne Spielman who credits this recipe to a 1998 NY Times article which adapted it from "Uncommon Fruits and Vegetables" by Elizabeth Schneider. Is that credit or what? Unusual but tasty and no fat.

    Recipe #223954

    From a posting on, posted by mipmup. This is a creamy sauce that can be used in several different ways. We like it on grilled veggie fajitas or as a dressing for taco salad. The chipotles are very spicy, so my suggestion is to use a small bit, taste, then add more to suit your own taste buds. The number listed below was perfect for ours- but we like things very spicy. Note: this recipe does not taste exactly like anything else (ie sour cream) so if you are looking for something that is exactly like a dairy product you will probably be disappointed. But, if you like creamy tofu then this recipe is for you. I use the lite form of this tofu to cut down on fat. The amount of tofu listed below is the average size of one package of aseptic tofu. Enjoy!

    Recipe #196756

    From the January 2007 issue of Vegetarian Times. These taste great but weren't the prettiest things to come out of my oven. I found that heating the tortillas first helped to keep them from splitting when rolled. I had some problems getting them to stay rolled. But they tasted really good, so I'm posting them and will make again. I served these with salsa and guacamole to dip in... yumm. I left out the oil for sautéeing but used the oil spray on the baking sheet.

    Recipe #223073

    From Vegan with a Vengeance by Isa Chandra Moskowitz. I just received this gem of a cookbook for Christmas. We made this puree as a stuffing for lasagna last night and it was really good. Used whole wheat pasta, the puree, tomato sauce, spinach and mushrooms. Yum, yum, yum. Thought I'd share this recipe with you all. It takes the place of ricotta cheese in any type of pizza or pasta recipe. And it rocks! We left out the parsley because I forgot to buy it, and it was still a nice green color. Enjoy.

    Recipe #202473

    From Farmer John's Cookbook: The Real Dirt on Vegetables. I make this without the peanut oil and just a splash of the sesame oil for my dietary needs, but wanted to post it as written. This is a wonderful way to serve steamed broccoli.

    Recipe #285550

    These turned out pretty good. Took almost twice the amount of time to cook than what the original recipe stated (the time listed here is more accurate). Original came with a recipe for a mushroom sauce, but I served this with home made tomato sauce, like what you would put on to pasta. This makes a lot of croquettes and half of the recipe would be plenty for the two of us next time. I also had to add fine bread crumbs in order to get the patties to stick together. Adapted from a recipe submitted by Jan Gordon on I think that this recipe will be even better with other vegetables and or herbs and spices added to the barley mixture. This is a good base recipe and warrants some playing around with. I'd love to hear how you tweaked it!

    Recipe #148023

    From the Post Punk Kitchen blog. This recipe is all Isa- just want to share the delicious joy. I love this and so did my husband, but he thought it was too salty so next time I'll wash off the capers and olives or even reduce the amount of capers. Yum, yum, yum! I left out the olive oil and used spray instead.

    Recipe #275776

    Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home. I love this as a burrito with beans and a whole wheat tortilla. I use beer instead of oil- it tastes great and is lower in fat. I also used home-made seitan.

    Recipe #222093

    From This salad is lovely and can be made ahead. Add or subtract the chipotles to fit your own taste. I have also replaced the cilantro with Italian parsley when served to someone who hates cilantro and it turned out well.

    Recipe #231965

    From postpunkkitchen ( Created by Isa- this recipe is all her. I put it here to share with you all. Use where ever you'd like to have vegetarian sausage crumbles, like in scrambled eggs or tofu or in pasta dishes. We enjoyed this on pizza, along with onions, olives, garlic and mushrooms. And no, you are not going to fool any meat eaters into thinking that this is meat sausage, but that's ok by me as I don't like the taste of meat sausage. Great veggie alternative and I like that it does not have the extra sodium and other preservatives that the store bought veggie sausages have.

    Recipe #169090

    This recipe is very versatile. I use it as a base and add different types of veggies depending on what we have on hand. The optional ingredients listed below are some of the variations I like to add. I usually make this with basil and mint. This is from Paulette Mitchell's The 15-Minute Vegetarian Gourmet.

    Recipe #213815

    A baked seitan recipe posted by Lachesis on the Post Punk Kitchen forum. It's easy to make and tasty. It's spicy and the log form makes for great slicing.

    Recipe #275998

    From You can make vegetarian jello (jelled yumminess without the hooves and bones) by using agar-agar! Try different types of juices or flavored liquids as well as different types of chopped fruits or other additions, as you like. Be creative. Chilling time not reflected in cooking time listed below. The texture is a little different than conventional Jello, but it does jell up quite nice and it tastes really good with unsweetened berry juices.

    Recipe #176280

    Based on Evelyn/Athens' Mixed Grain Salad (Recipe #101723). I like to use the grains anywhere you would regular rice- plain with veggies or sauce on top, stir-frys, topped with beans and salsa, as a breakfast cereal, salads, and in cassaroles. You can sub one cup of wild rice for either the rye or wheat berries. Should work with barley as well, but I have not tried that yet. I often will make up a large batch over the weekend, and keep it on hand for use in various meals and snacks during the week. Also, I usually do not use any stock so that I can use it in sweet things as well- I use 4 cups of water instead. It is just more versatile that way.

    Recipe #176290

    This tasty burrito filling is something like a chilli but is fantastic wrapped in a tortilla. When done, top off with your favorite burrito condiments, such as cheese, sour cream, grilled veggies, lettuce, avocado, salsa, hot sauce, onions, sprouts, olives... you get the idea- and wrap in a tortilla (I like whole or multi grain). I use a 6 quart crock pot. If yours is smaller I'd suggest using less liquid. If it turns out to be too watery, then take the lid off and let it cook down a bit. Adjust the seasonings for your own taste- use less or more chilis. If you are not crazy about cumin try some taco seasoning instead. This recipe is flexible. Cook time does not reflect the overnight soaking time of the beans.

    Recipe #183267

    Based on Recipe #115501, Slow Cooked "baked" Beans by Grease. I changed the recipe to make it vegetarian and to accommodate my very large crock pot. This recipe should be able to be halved pretty easily. Cooking time will vary according to how long you have soaked the beans, what size crock pot you have and the kind. Different ones seem to cook at different temps. This recipe is on the sweet side, so adjust for your own taste. Would taste great with veggie hot dogs.

    Recipe #147984

    From weight watchers website. This is yummy. Not your traditional falafel, but fantastic for not being deep fried and much healthier this way. Note: If your chick pea mixture is too dry to form nice patties (which seems to happen with some of the canned chick pea brands) then just add some liquid to them to help them bind together, such as tahini, lemon juice, oil or water.

    Recipe #143502

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