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    A Mr Falafel recipe from the alt.food.vegan newsgroup.

    Recipe #65149

    Vegetarian Times May 97. I like it with homemade bread.

    Recipe #200943

    I clipped this recipe from a magazine a few years ago and finally tried it. My very picky DD liked this dish :). It would be good for brown bag lunches. Just pack the salad mixture into a separate sealed container and fill your pitas when you're ready to eat.

    Recipe #227455

    I haven't tried this yet but it sounds good. I got it from the Fat Free Recipe web site.

    Recipe #223383

    3 Reviews |  By Ficbot

    So easy, very adaptable, easily doubled, and allergy-safe! Enjoy...

    Recipe #261595

    Submitted By: Christiana Heins recipe Prep Time: 15 Minutes Cook Time: 10 Minutes Ready In: 1 Hour 25 Minutes "A spicy, Thai-inspired soba noodle treat that's great for picnics and barbecues. For a Japanese-inspired version, omit the pepper flakes, peanuts, and cilantro; and add toasted sesame seeds."

    Recipe #257945

    Some folks think this tastes a bit like tuna salad. :) Give it a try... it's even better after it's sat overnight in the fridge, so you might make it the night before you want it for lunch and let it sit for a few hours before making your sandwich.

    Recipe #256820

    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

    Delicious NO=COOK - (no gas) alternative to the garbanzo bean hummus. This recipe was developed by Matt Samuelson. It can be adapted by adding red bell peppers as well.

    Recipe #180155

    This spread looks and tastes like Canadian Creton but it is totally vegetable. Will make a nice snack or lunch when spread on a pita bread or white bread toast. Can be frozen for up to 6 months. Nice alternative if you are watching your cholesterol.

    Recipe #112827

    7 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I found this recipe on the container of hummus I purchased. Modified it a tad and made it for lunch for dh and I, and we loved it. Super easy and healthy.

    Recipe #175670

    This is an ideal summer dish because there's hardly any cooking. In fact, if you substituted rice noodles for the stir-fry egg noodles, you could eliminate the stove altogether (just cover the rice noodles with boiling water for a few minutes). Feel free to adjust the dressing to your taste. You could use Thai fish sauce instead of soy sauce and sweet chilli sauce in place of the curry paste.

    Recipe #65821

    From 'The Essential Eating Well Cookbook' Each serving: 1/2 cup; 177 Calories; 3 G fat (0 G sat, 2 G mono); 32 G Carbs; 7 G Protein; 6 G Fiber

    Recipe #167721

    From Quick and Simple Magazine, February 2006. Use imported fresh olives for best results and canned black olives if you want to forsake quality and flavor.

    Recipe #153695

    This recipe is DELICIOUS. It's an adaptation of the original from "The New Laurel's Kitchen" (1985: Ten Speed Press). We made it for the first time a week ago, more or less inhaled it, then had to make some more. Use it in sandwiches, in wraps, on crackers, etc. You could use pinto or kidney beans in place of the black beans. You could also use 1/4 if a green pepper in place of chili pepper if you're nervous about spice.

    Recipe #164525

    From www.walnuts.org website.

    Recipe #156925

    Stuff this into a whole wheat pita and top with paper thin slices of red onion and crisp lettuce, and you have a great meal! Or spread on French bread for an appetizer! Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine.

    Recipe #154207

    6 Reviews |  By bekbek

    I'm not sure where this came from -- I just recently unearthed it from a stack of index cards. It's excellent served on crackers or rye toast. It's quick, easy, and vegan!

    Recipe #107980

    4 Reviews |  By Manami

    This took me less then 5 minutes to throw together but it took an hour to chill. To put it on turkey sandwiches was given by TexasHurricane in her review. I think I found this on an Avocado web site.

    Recipe #162721

    8 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Easy, high protein, low fat snack. Serve with pita bread, vegetables, or in a tortilla wrap.

    Recipe #130987

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