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    This is my variation of a vegan cream sauce recipe I found on the Internet: http://www.veganwolf.com/recipes/sauces/vegancreamsauce.htm It is a great "milk" gravy, or used as a sauce over pasta or vegetables. For the chicken or beef style flavoring, I use The Vegetarian Express "La Chikky Seasoning" (vegan) or Bill's Best All Vegetable "Beaf" Seasoning (contains food yeast) because they are lower in sodium than most vegetable chicken/beef flavorings I have found. (Their websites are: http://thevegetarianexpress.com and http://www.billsbest.net/) I like to use the Worthington Low Fat FriChik Original, cut into slices or strips and added to this sauce and mixed with cooked noodles for a tasty, vegetarian mock-chicken casserole. I add the FriChick liquid to the sauce, too. (But please note that FriChik is not a vegan product.)

    Recipe #420032

    This is my adaptation of the Sunflower Oat Waffles and Sunflower Waffle Variation recipes in Nature's Harvest cookbook by Darlene Prusia and Joanne Mohr (p. 29 of the blue section). These waffles are very tasty, very crisp and contain no wheat flour, leavening agent, or dairy products. They also are low in cholesterol and high in fiber. They are so delicious and hearty that standard waffles have lost their appeal to me! (The original recipe used water instead of soy milk, and no sugar -- and I reduced the salt.) I have a large electric waffle baker which makes a large waffle that divides into 4 small waffles, and a round electric Belgian waffle baker. With careful pouring I can fill each baker once (at the same time) with this recipe.

    Recipe #420029

    I had some extra winter squash cooked up and an eggplant that was getting wilty, so I made a curry dish from them that I like.

    Recipe #407841

    This is my adaptation of Recipe # 55172. Unsweetened soy milk is best. (I'm lactose intolerant.) Reduce the sugar if you use sweetened soy milk. For vegetable crepes, omit vanilla and reduce or omit sugar. (It does not need salt, but if you must, you can add a pinch of salt.) For what it's worth, I am using an old Wagner cast iron frying pan, that's so worn I can't read the markings, but it measures 8 3/4" wide at the top (inside dimension), and cooking on a Frigidaire glass/ceramic cooktop. I started with the element set at 4 and then reduced it to 3.5 after the first 2 or 3 crepes.

    Recipe #384622

    A simple way to dress up collard greens without going to a lot of fuss. I chose golden balsamic vinegar because its flavor is milder, and I think it best suits this dish. Make sure your olive oil is extra virgin and fresh (not stale). I created this recipe one day when I had just bought an especially lovely bunch of collards -- and it has quickly become my favorite way to eat collard greens!

    Recipe #239594

    This simple recipe is great for using extra green beans, and is also a great food for diabetics because it's high in protein, low in carbs and low gylcemic.

    Recipe #237242

    This is an adaptation of a popular recipe, to make it better for diabetics and heart patients, and for good health. It is very low in sodium and can be made sugar-free. The ingredients are lower glycemic than regular strawberry shortcake.

    Recipe #237020

    This is how my mother always made cinnamon rolls. I changed it by using a whole wheat sweet dough, for a slightly healthier treat.

    Recipe #189088

    I created this recipe in order to have a very low sodium, whole wheat sweet dough for my favorite cinnamon rolls. It will work for other sweet rolls and sweet breads, too. Recipe #189088 is how I make my cinnamon rolls.

    Recipe #188655

    I created this stir-fry recipe because I love okra and was tired of making the same old recipes. I used baby whole okra, but cut okra would work, too. I am on a very low sodium diet, so use a special salt-less Shoyu, which may be hard to find. Other soy sauce can be substituted, but will greatly increase the amount of sodium. I freeze extra zest whenever I have lemons, and save it to use in recipes like this.

    Recipe #181828


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