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    1 Reviews |  By lortle

    Adapted from Michael Loo's recipe. (Found for a request in the Asian forum.) I haven't tried it yet but it looks awfully tasty - I'll post changes after trying it, if necessary. Edited to add - I don't know about the egg white. I suspect it goes in the sherry-soy sauce mixture, but I still haven't tried this out; sorry about that, do let me know how it goes.

    Recipe #188973

    1 Reviews |  By lortle

    My friend made this for me, I thought an avocado shake sounded pretty weird, but it is yummy - it has an amazing texture and is not too sweet. Also it is a lovely shade of green! Note: if you slice and freeze the banana first, you will have a colder and thicker shake. I prefer mine less cold, but I believe I am in the minority on that.

    Recipe #165772

    6 Reviews |  By lortle

    This is an extremely fruity shake which turns out a pleasingly purple hue. You can use other berries as well, strawberries are also good, but this is my favorite combo. It's a fast healthy breakfast if you don't feel like eating; I also like them after exercise.

    Recipe #147564

    1 Reviews |  By lortle

    Caramelized onions make this wild rice particularly tasty. Important Note: You must use only wild rice, not a mixture of rices, or this will not turn out properly.

    Recipe #102397

    6 Reviews |  By lortle

    Fast, easy and tasty. Goes well with Thai curry. The only tofu that my BF (serious carnivore) will eat! Prep time is mainly the time that the tofu is draining.

    Recipe #101891

    2 Reviews |  By lortle

    This is my newly adopted recipe. It works okay in its original version but needs more flavour I'd say. Originally all nuts were peanuts, I would use a combination of walnuts, cashews, almonds and peanuts, being sure to grind them in a blender/food processor first so that the loaf stays together well. I added some spices, you may want to add even more though. I think mushroom gravy would be good on this, haven't tried it yet. It is better the next day because the flavours blend.

    Recipe #7021


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