Always wanted to try a tofu quiche to have a savory one-dish meal but feel that vegetarians really miss out on quiche? While I am not vegan, I hate eggs and an eggy taste but am trying to include more purely vegan foods in my diet so I came up with this delicious tidbit. You can cut prep time down drastically by using a pre-made 9" pie crust, Whole Foods sells some organic ones, but my pie crust recipe is yummy, vegan, and not that difficult. However, this does not use water-packed tofu like some tofu quiche recipes--google "mori nu firm silken tofu" to see what I am talking about, this is nifty tofu that does not require refridgeration when sealed. This uses up two little 12.3-oz packages. Because it does not require refridgeration, you can buy it in bulk on the internet if it's not available at a health food store or large supermarket nearby. I wanted to use it for its more pudding-like texture than water-packed silken tofu. You don't have to be vegan or vegetarian to appreciate the awesomeness of this recipe that uses no eggs; you can also use shortening or real butter in place of Earth Balance but I swear by EB. Feel free to use other veggies, spinach and mushroom is a quintessential classic (and one of my favorite pizza combos!) but I like finely chopped broccoli and shredded carrot too.