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    I am slowly making a trasition from vegetarian to vegan. Most food I crave for are the variety cheese product. I found this to be a yummy and economical substitution. I have seen this recipe from a few different websites, so I am not too sure of the original source. I think it's best to store this in a jar in the refrigerator for up to a few month. Happy vegan!

    Recipe #77454

    Raw foods, or living foods, are nutritional powerhouses, full of unadulterated vitamins, minerals and antioxidents. However, many raw recipes can be challenging, or need special equipment. Here's a simple one that is great for breakfast.

    Recipe #294361

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. From Deborah Madison's "This Can't Be Tofu!". Variations: a pinch of cinnamon or nutmeg; vanilla; hazelnut or almond syrup; chocolate syrup; coconut milk; a big scoop of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt; a banana. Cooking time is blender time.

    Recipe #352077

    I don't remember where I got this from. I was so happy to find an easy-to-prepare vegan snack though. I love these things, let me know what you think

    Recipe #68364

    You wouldn't think tuna salad would be something a person would miss after going vegetarian/vegan, but every now and then, I crave it, and I want something simple - no cooking required! This recipe is perfect for a picnic; quick lunch; or a fast, light dinner. Chickpeas resemble the texture of tuna when you pulse them in a food processor. Spread this on some toasted bread with green leaf lettuce or dip into it with crackers. The best part? It's cholesterol and mercury free and super yummy!

    Recipe #412774

    Nice and creamy. I tweaked Recipe #174601 to be vegan although if you aren't vegan then that one is great on its own masha Allah. This is also an Algerian beverage!!

    Recipe #425598

    This is a low fat snack and is wonderfully delicious. Serve it at parties or when watching your favorite movies. Adapted from The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Jo Stepaniak. Cook time is estimated time to pop popcorn.

    Recipe #320344

    4 Reviews |  By yogi

    Not exactly the same as regular Worcestershire, but a good substitute. This sauce has a very intense flavor that I actually like MORE than the regular stuff. Found on randomgirl.com.

    Recipe #86510

    Submitted to Taste of Home by Jean Conway. I love this salad and make it often for lunch. Please note, the recipe is for one serving.

    Recipe #127575

    A delicious low-fat dairy-free dessert.

    Recipe #70362

    10 Reviews |  By Roosie

    I got this recipe from hillbillyhousewife.com, but a reviewer has informed me that this is originally from Joanne Stepaniak's "Uncheese Cookbook." (Thanks!) I think it tastes best after mellowing in the fridge overnight. This "cheese" may be sliced thinly and used on sandwiches. It is magnificent with sliced tomatoes or fried tofu. It makes a decent grilled "cheese" sandwich, especially with some fake bacon. This recipe does not taste exactly like real dairy cheese. I think it tastes better than soy cheese though, and when you have been without dairy cheese for a while, this cheeze is remarkable satisfying. Agar works just like gelatin. Gelatin is made from animal bones and hooves. Agar is made from sea vegetables. Powdered agar can replace gelatin measure for measure. One tablespoon agar flakes is equal to 1 teaspoon powdered agar.

    Recipe #130826

    Nutritional yeast is a godsend for folks who are vegan or those dairy-intolerant. I think this recipe gives traditional Caesar salad dressings a run for their money. Nutritional yeast is available in bulk in well-stocked grocery stores. I forgot the recipe source!?

    Recipe #143126

    8 Reviews |  By Mizzy

    this is great on sandwiches, wraps and veggie burgers

    Recipe #90544

    You can put this on almost anything! I've tried every vegan pesto recipe that I've seen and this is by far my favorite. It's taken, with a slight variation, from http://vegetarian.about.com/od/morerecipes/r/Veganpestorec.htm

    Recipe #238446

    This works well as a creamy sauce for pasta. Especially useful for those unable to have dairy or tomato sauces. This is a beginning point, and maybe quite useful for Elimination Diets. For those with less restrictions, I'd suggest adding herbs and onions to taste. (I plan on developing such a recipe once I'm allowed onions again.) I've been eating this with rice & millet pasta twists.

    Recipe #163358

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    From Alive in 5 by Angela Elliot. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks yummy! Posted for the Veg*n Recipe Swap. (I think I've read that the Himalayan and Celtic salts used in many Raw Recipes are a bit less "salty" than regular table salt, so I would salt with caution and to taste.)

    Recipe #316828

    This red potato salad has an oil and vinegar dressing base with a kick of spice!

    Recipe #304549

    This recipe was given to me by a friend when I was starting to cook for my boyfriend (now husband) with food allergies. I used her original written recipe so often I had to post it here so I wouldn't lose it before it became unreadable (Thanks, K!) These don't last long around our house! Try substituting lime for some of the lemon!

    Recipe #438624

    From Veg Times, this recipe calls for Napa cabbage (aka Chinese cabbage). Nice change from lettuce, and for those who don't care for the usual coleslaw, this one has a distinct Asian flavour with the sesame oil, ginger and soy. Lots of room to add more veggies as you wish! UPDATE: I was able to make this in advance for a party by mixing up the dressing a few days in advance and storing in a tightly sealed jar in the fridge. The night before, I cut up all the veg, including the cilantro and put it all in a plastic bag. A few hours before we were due to eat, I tossed it all together. It worked out really nicely. I also used regular cabbage and it was still great. If you like dressing I suggest doubling that part, you can always keep extra for another meal if you don't use it all.

    Recipe #411003

    This really turned out great. It does get quite thick in the fridge. To use on salad I simply added a couple of spoonfuls to chopped romaine lettuce, and then tossed to coat the leaves evenly, much like a thick Caesar salad dressing. Because it gets so nice and thick, I think this would be a great dip for raw veggies, chips or pitas. For a creamier dressing, soak cashews in water for about an hour.

    Recipe #316451

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