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    I got this recipe from a vegan meatloaf generator found here. http://www.veganlunchbox.com/loaf_studio.html All you do is check the boxes of what ingredients you would like and it makes a recipe for you! This is my first attempt and it was outstanding! It didn't hold together as well as I had hoped, but the flavor was unbelievable. I added a couple little extras of things I had in my kitchen, so here is the recipe with my extras.

    Recipe #254279

    I make this any time I, or anyone around me, has a cold. It may sound like bullhockey, but the last 3 times I was sick, I made this soup, ate nothing but this soup (and crackers and OJ) for an entire day and by the next morning I was feeling almost 100% better. It's light and tastey and very soothing on a sore throat. It also has lots of vitamins and stuff and is good for you whether you're sick or not! The ingredients are kind of approximate. Just grab whatever looks good at the grocery/market and throw it in!

    Recipe #252493

    Wow, this is one of the best soup recipes I've ever made! I got this from worldsoups.com and it's absolutely fantastic. I love having this with locally made tortilla chips as opposed to bread or crackers.

    Recipe #252488

    I got the original recipe for this on worldsoups.com but I changed around some of the amounts of the ingredients. There would have been scraps if I hadn't and I don't like wasting any bit of food. For the measurements, you can translate "2 lbs" of asparagus to "2 of those bundles you get at the grocery store." And for the cauliflower, just use the whole head, however much that gives you.

    Recipe #252486

    This is such a filling, hearty, flavorful meal that I can never get enough of. It took a while to develop the cucumber sauce recipe, but I think I just about nailed it!

    Recipe #252303

    I got this idea from the food network website. It's light, refreshing, tasty and healthy.

    Recipe #246955

    After making the Chicago Diner's recipe for Tofu Loaf ( http://www.recipezaar.com/244215 ), I realized that the consistency was similar to that of Egg Foo Yung. So I experimented and came up with this. Use whatever vegetables and seasoning you like, or even some vegan immitation seafood! There was a comment about it tasting "cheesey"...I realized I put in the wrong measurement for the toasted sesame oil and that could give it a cheesey taste. It it corrected now, my apologies. This gravy recipe works very well, just add some more tamari to the finished gravy: http://www.recipezaar.com/244337

    Recipe #245550

    I've been experimenting with wraps lately and this idea seemed really good. And it was! A tip for the mayo: make it the day before and don't add any extra chiles or adobo sauce until the next day after you've tasted it. It gets MUCH hotter after it sits for a day or two.

    Recipe #245364

    I decided I wanted to cut out some carbs but keep the taste of Falafel, so instead of stuffing it in a pita, I made it into a huge salad! And it was hit! I got the recipe for the dressing from the PPK, only change was that I added dill casue it's awesome.

    Recipe #245354

    I wanted to make stuffed peppers and a lot of recipes I saw mainly involved rice, but I wanted something lower in those "bad carbs". My recipe is packed with veggies and tasty goodness. Warning: This makes a lot! I needed a recipe to feed me and a couple other people for a few days. This could be great if you're serving a lot of people!

    Recipe #245089

    This recipe is from the Chicago Diner cook book. It's easy, tastes great and the mix makes up to 3 cups at least, so it lasts a long time. I love using this with their Tofu Loaf recipe as well as a brown sauce in Asian dishes, like Tofu Yung or my Pepper Fake recipe which you can find in my profile...just add more tamari to the finished product. The recipe for the spice mix is a bit different cause these are the only ingredients I had on hand.

    Recipe #244337

    I saw Alton Brown make this on Good Eats and thought "I can make that!" My version was pretty good! It was a nice, light main dish, but would make an excellent side salad for any meal.

    Recipe #244285

    I can't remember where I got this recipe, but I love it! I think it might have been vegweb.com. The fresh cinnamon and nutmeg is a MUST! Don't buy that junk in the plastic shakers!

    Recipe #244252

    I've seen garlic bread like this in restaurants before and loved it, so I had to make my own. This goes great with any kind of Italian dish, especially ones with lots of sauce so you can use the sticks to scoop some up.

    Recipe #244251

    This recipe is kind of a mix of ideas I got from several recipes and I love it! I made it for my family for Thanksgiving and they ate the entire dish. This is by far one of the simplest recipes you can find. And it's cheap and easy to make! Definately let this sit for a while after you take it out of the oven. It won't look done, but once it sits and cools, the sauce will thicken up, and it stays hot for a really long time.

    Recipe #244244

    Comfort food at its finest! I made this up in the fall of 2006 and it was my favorite thing to make all winter long. Goes great with "Slop", which is what I call a mixture of mashed potatoes, stuffing and canned green beans. This is high carb heaven.

    Recipe #244225

    I made up this recipe after getting a craving for some "meaty" Chinese food. The measurement for the seitan is approximate, I never really measure it, I just make a big batch and hope it will be enough. For the gravy, I love using the Chicago Diner recipe, which is in my list of published recipes. Just add more tamari to the finished product.

    Recipe #244221

    Once again, a fantastic recipe from the Chicago Diner cook book. Is there anything they can't do? I did alter this a bit from the original and found it to have a lot more flavor. This is a great comfort food kind of meal, excellect on cold days with mashed potatoes and a dinner roll... or three. PS, the more spices and veggies you add, the better! Here's a great recipe for vegan gravy.. http://www.recipezaar.com/244337

    Recipe #244215

    This is an awesome, light, low-carbish meal that's great for lunch, dinner, a quick meal on-the-go, picnics, bag lunches, or road trips. Just roll them tightly in plastic wrap and you're ready to go!

    Recipe #243783

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