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    Congee is a rice soup or porridge. It has more the consistency of soup than porridge. I learned this recipe while living in Vietnam. Putting it in the slow cooker at night, I have a lovely breakfast in the morning, though it could be a wonderful, easy soup dinner with a salad. The vegetarian ham could be substituted with firm tofu or vegetarian chicken. If you have a larger slow cooker, this recipe can easily be doubled. I sometimes make enough to have for breakfast for 4 or 5 days.

    Recipe #464918

    I discovered this recipe in Vietnam while eating a vegetarian banh mi sandwich. The sandwich tasted like it had butter on it. The woman who made me the sandwich was happy to share this very simple recipe for the "butter". Will keep in refrigerator for about a week.

    Recipe #450482

    This recipe came from Tipnut. I love ginger in any form and using the slow cooker mades this even more appealing to me.

    Recipe #444527

    This recipe was given to me by a dear friend from the Phillipines. She said it was a traditional snack or dessert that she grew up with in her small village. I really like it, though it is definitely sticky so I eat it with a fork on a plate, rather than with my hands.

    Recipe #441767

    This is a recipe that I have copied and modified from www.vegandad.blogspot.com. I never liked fish very much, before I became a vegetarian, and this does taste like fish, but I cut back on the amount of seaweed and I quite enjoy the sandwich. The kelp granules and green onions are optional. If you are vegan, use Vegenaise; if you are vegetarian you can use mayonnaise. It is really easy to make. Serve with a vegetable soup for a complete vegetarian meal.

    Recipe #435683


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