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    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

    From my new FAVORITE cookbook: Veganomicon. This is an amazing vegan filling for stuffed shells, manicotti, lasagna or topping pizza or pasta. Simple to make, possibilities are endless!! The best tools for this one are clean hands. They are the most effective for squishing the tofu to "ricotta-like" consistency. The recipe listed below is enough for one(1) layer in a 9x13 lasagna pan. Can be doubled if you like more "cheese" in your lasagna layers.

    Recipe #279343

    It's messy and not quite appealing to look at, but this foot scrub uses coffe and sugar to make those crocodile-skinned extremeties become positively human again! (plus it smells great!)

    Recipe #279850

    These are a delicious healthy snack and they are also gluten free. A great addition to a lunchbox. Children love them. Very simple to make. Fruit medley has dried diced apricot, apple and sultanas

    Recipe #220272

    This is good by itself or for use in recipes that call for chicken.

    Recipe #300266

    A luxurious, yet inexpensive alternative to the scrubs found in pricy shops. My sister spent $20 on a container of this kind of stuff and mine yields the same results. *Note if you have sensitive skin you might want to omit the ginger, use less, or substiture lavender or rose oil for the slice of ginger.

    Recipe #55386

    Easy way to make your own dried tomatoes. You can experiment with other spices, if you want. These will need to refrigerate for 24 hours before using, so plan accordingly. Semi-Dried Tomatoes should be used within 3-4 days.

    Recipe #175796

    16 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had bought a large jar of cherries to make my Three Not So Blind Mice recipe #47819 , So with the left overs I soaked them and they disappeared!!! Also the left over Rum that soaked the Cherries can be used in a drink of your choice or try it in my Cranberry, Apple Spiced Tea #48626

    Recipe #50395

    2 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Believe it or not this can be served as a side salad in a small bowl or mixed with greens. I like to have it as a condiment for your meat course or as an appetizer on crackers with liver pate or other meat. I haven't seen a vampire in my house so it must work!!!

    Recipe #44880

    I adapted this from a cookbook posted by MIR in the 1970's. I am not a big fan of tarragon, so I prefer dill pickles, but if you are a fan of tarragon, give these a try! Like dill pickles, these are very simple to make.

    Recipe #100593

    This tasty dressing was found in The Russian Tea Room Cookbook. Use it on sandwiches, salads or fresh seafood.

    Recipe #34564

    This sweet and hot recipe can be made either mild, medium, or HOT! It's tasty as a condiment for chicken,pork and fish. It is also great on a bagel with cream cheese.

    Recipe #191559

    From the Vegetarian Times 2000: "This platter is a traditional accompaniment to almost all Vietnamese meals."

    Recipe #201384

    Now these are not authentic by any stretch of the imagination but they are good. I like to make these for Enchiladas. These are easy to make with items you most likely have on hand.

    Recipe #201224

    2 Reviews |  By chia

    doesn't get much easier than this.

    Recipe #114684

    For those of us that like to cook with real butter and olive oil and try to stretch it as far as it can go, you are going to love this. I got this idea from my mother and it is fantastic.

    Recipe #109898

    The baby oil gives this scrub a nice fragrance. If you want you can grind the oats in a coffee grinder.

    Recipe #59383

    Core/not sure on the points Received from a friend, but also saw on www.weightwatchers.com message board

    Recipe #110624

    I clipped this recipe out of the paper recently. I have never tried it, but will kept it in case I have a guest with an allergy to eggs. It looks rich and creamy. (Serving size is an estimate)

    Recipe #98257

    Early vegetarian cookbooks claimed that vegetable stock could be made from scraps of vegetables simmered, in the same way as meat/meat scraps are simmered, to make stock. It took me a ridiculously long time to figure out why these always tasted like overcooked vegetable water. Eventually, though, the light dawned and I came up with this. It's an acceptable substitute for chicken stock, which makes it possible to adapt soup, and other recipes which call for chicken stock, for vegetarians. It's just okay on its' own; better made into other recipes. Very quick and easy to make!

    Recipe #90809

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