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    These are made with oil instead of butter/margarine. They are moist and keep well. Mine tasted better the day after I baked them. They are loosely based on a recipe from How it All Vegan (#26584). The dough is extremely moist, and it maybe possible to cut back on the amount of oil or soy milk.

    Recipe #186383

    This is from Venturesome Vegetarian Cooking. It turned out very well, just like meatloaf but better. I made this with red wine since I didn't have any Scotch on hand. The rosemary, nuts, and soy sauce really made the dish, so don't substitute those ingredients! When I make this the next time, I will add different herbs.

    Recipe #183371

    This is off a King Arthur Flour bag. It says, "This rich chocolate cake is ultra-quick and simple to prepare. As it bakes, a delicious fudge sauce magically forms in the bottom of the pan; to serve, spoon the cake and hot sauce into a dish, then top with ice cream or whipped cream (if your diet can handle it!) Serve this cake hot (or warm) from the oven, or at room temperature; as the cake cools, the sauce thickens into an applesauce-like consistency."

    Recipe #178048

    This is one of my favorite Moosewood recipes, and it is so easy! My toddler even loves this recipe. This cold salad is perfect during the hot summer months, and goes great with meals that are cooked on the grill. I find that adding 1 T red wine vinegar makes it absolutely perfect. Moosewood categorizes this recipe as a "Main dish salad" but I prefer it as a side dish. I always omit the celery because it is the one vegetable that I do not like.

    Recipe #177902

    Dairy free and delicious! This is the best ice cream I have made with my ice cream maker. Peanut butter can be used instead of soynut butter, but the soynut butter adds a unique taste that is heavenly with the cocoa.

    Recipe #172391

    This is from Vive le Vegan by Dreena Burton. This recipe calls for a lot of soy milk--add as much or as little as you like. I found that 1/2 cup made a thick, creamy sauce. I made this with arugula, and it also turned out tasty but a little bitter. This sauce was delicious served over pasta with cherry tomatoes and parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #172348

    This is an adaptation of Dreena Burton's recipe from Vive le Vegan. It is fantastic, especially served over jasmine rice. You can either bake it or put it in the slow cooker. It keeps very well in the refrigerator--I think it tastes best a day or two after it is cooked. Alternatively, you can make Sweet Curry Chickpea Bisque by adding two cups of water and pureeing most of the mixture with a hand blender after cooking (adjust salt and spices to taste).

    Recipe #171217

    This addictive recipe is a modification of Chocolate Hemp Squares from Vive le Vegan by Dreena Burton. Feel free to substitute other nut butters, such as almond butter or cashew butter. Soynut butter has a slight bitterness that contrasts nicely with the chocolate. This recipe is very easy to make, but it takes awhile to cool. I start eating the squares before the chocolate has cooled.

    Recipe #167690

    These muffins are my favorite! They are also relatively healthy, made with whole wheat flour. They can be made vegan by replacing the chocolate chips with carob chips. I adapted this recipe from the Vegan Lunch Box web site

    Recipe #166157

    This is my favorite ice cream recipe -- rich and decadent, a true comfort food. Most soy ice cream recipes are low-fat, but not this one! It can also be made with regular milk, although I have never tried it.

    Recipe #157005

    Easy, healthy, and delicious! I adapted a recipe I initially found on a box of oats. I've improved the initial recipe by changing many of the ingredients and measurements. You can substitute for many of the ingredients, but please don't substitute anything else for the butter!

    Recipe #148391

    I hate wasting the juice that is packed with black olives since I am such an olive fan. I use the "juice" to make bread. This is my favorite recipe so far.

    Recipe #147030


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