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    This is an original recipe by Susan V from fatfreevegan.com. It's so easy to make and incredibly yummy! You can buy Vital Wheat Gluten at most grocery stores (look for Bob's Red Mill). I did not have nutritional yeast so I omitted this ingredient with no lack of taste. These were "grilled" on a griddle and it worked out great. My meat eater hubby loved it as did the kids. Check out http://everydaydish.tv/cookingshow_video.html for a video on how to make this. (it's under Susan's Ribz).

    Recipe #295097

    Got this recipe from Vegetarian Times. I didn't have Barley Malt Syrup - I used honey only. My boys LOVED them (thank goodness!). I bought the pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds in bulk so it made this recipe less expensive than buying the seeds packaged. I'm sure the almond butter could be replaced with peanut butter. Enjoy! Note: I have since made these many times and boy are they yummy! I did make them with Barley Malt and it adds a great flavor.

    Recipe #279977

    When I heard about this recipe from a friend of mine, I smiled and nodded and thought to myself - no WAY will my kids eat this - or me for that matter! But she kept saying how delicious it was so I tried it and boy was she right! My friend created this recipe because her husband won't eat vegetables so she finds ways to "hide" them from him. It looks and taste just like spaghetti sauce - the sauce is a little thicker and not quite the robust red that spaghetti sauce is. Try it at least once! I used lots of garlic because I love it so modify to your tastes. As a suggestion, I would add only one can of stewed tomatoes and tomato sauce before adding the second cans until you do a taste test Same suggestion with the tomato paste. Tomato sauce can't get much healthier than this. If you try it, I'd love to know of any modifications you made.

    Recipe #270950

    Don't let the long directions throw you - This is so simple. This recipe was in our local paper and I made it today. To quote the article "Spend about 20 minutes making a large batch of refrigerator-friendly, no-knead bread dough that, following a standard rise, can keep up to two weeks.Each day, the desired amount of dough can be removed from the batch, shaped and baked (the basic recipe produces three to four small loaves). Total active time each day you bake is about 5 minutes." This was a HUGE hit with the kids. I love it because it's healthy and oh so easy. I've tried making bread before without great success. This recipe is a keeper. This recipe makes four 1 lb loaves; the dough can be kept in the fridge for 14 days! If you make it, I would love feedback on variations.

    Recipe #260345

    My boys love Spanish rice in a restaurant but we only eat brown rice at home and I was not happy with the results. Using a basic Spanish Rice recipe, I replaced the rice with Quinoa. If you haven't tried Quinoa you must - It is just so yummy and easy to make! Be sure to rinse it very well (VERY well!) or it could taste bitter.

    Recipe #237012

    My husband doesn't like to eat starchy food so I found this recipe on fatfreevegan.com and modified it a bit. This is an excellent replacement for mashed potatoes. I like this with Recipe #208856 with vegan gravy and either broccoli or green beans.

    Recipe #208857

    I found this recipe on fatfreevegan.com. The original recipe called for chickpeas but I changed it to lentils because I love lentils and corn. My family ate this up when we had it! I served it with Recipe #208857 (instead of mashed potatoes), green beans and vegan gravy. Also, I didn't use a food processor to blend this, I left it chunky.

    Recipe #208856

    I've been making this for years. I'll make a huge salad and just have that for dinner. Great in the summertime when tomatoes are fresh. Measurements are a guess so you may have to adjust. Lately, I've replaced green leaf lettuce with fresh spinach and then added pine nuts which makes a really nice change to this salad. I like my tomatoes at room temperature since it seems to make them more juicy. Make sure to mix around the first 10 ingredients and then add the lettuce or spinach. I hope you enjoy this salad as much as I do. Would love feedback.

    Recipe #156107

    I needed a quick snack for preschool and came up with this successful recipe. One attraction to the tykes was because the crackers were butterfly shaped! Possiblities are endless...just cream cheese, cream cheese with fruit spead, just fruit spread, peanut butter, almond butter....endless!! To make it healthier, use whole wheat crackers; Also, we use fruit spread since it does not have added sugar like jam or jelly.

    Recipe #155884

    Our Sunday tradition entails that my hubby make waffles for me and the boys (3 and 5). We tried this recipe this morning and it was the BEST waffles he's made by far! This recipe is from Moosewood Resturant and is listed exactly as they wrote it. Here are my adaptions: We omitted the walnuts due to allergies. We used all unbleached flour. We decreased the soy milk by 1/3 cup and added a glob of vanilla yogurt instead. We used sugar instead of maple syrup. Lastly, we doubled the recipe for the four of us because we love leftovers for the next morning! (though I only added one tbsp of oil instead of two) This could be used for pancakes also. Follow-up: since posting this recipe, I tried as pancakes. While the taste was good, I prefer the waffles.

    Recipe #150887


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