This recipe is for those finding it difficult to maintain a plant-based diet because they miss their traditional breakfast proteins and sandwiches with that other patty. And it’s for those who have their Doc screaming, ‘no more sausage!’. –Scott
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Serve this delicious hash for breakfast or make it for dinner if you want to and serve it with corn tortillas, or roll into a burrito.
What follows is my very own recipe. This was originally a recipe I got from a regional cookbook called Southern Sideboards, which is put out by a Junior League group in Mississippi, I think. It was a decidedly non-vegan, non-healthful recipe, which I first made low fat and have now evolved again.
1 cup TVP granules
7/8 cup Boiling water…
Sweet, nutty and savory, from the chestnuts, walnuts and herbs. Yum! –healthyvic
This may sound like one of my weirdest recipes, but trust me, it really works.–Kathy Hester
An easy crockpot chili with pumpkin and beans.–grafx1
1/2 cup TVP granules
1 tablespoon liquid smoke flavoring — (1 to 2 tablespoons)…
Makes 6-10 tortillas, depending on how much you stuff them
I love thick, hearty chili in cold weather. It’s always so satisfying and filling, so it makes a great comfort food…especially when served my favorite way: over warm grits!
A holiday meat-free loaf made from silken tofu, walnuts, vegetables, and bread crumbs.
Vegan dressing topped with seasoned tofu slices.
Seitan is used instead of beef in this traditional St. Patrick’s Day dish.
Lentils, wild rice, and walnuts combined in a delicious meatless loaf.
Pack mixture into 8 lightly-sprayed muffin or custard cups. Bake in a preheated 350F oven for 25-30 minutes.
- Blueberry Applesauce Cake BarsThe first time I described picking blueberries, I wrote, “There’s something peaceful about picking blueberries, even when you have to stand on a ladder to do it.” I went on to post the recipe for a Chocolate-Blueberry Cake that was pretty amazing, but some of the people who commented were more curious about the ladder... […]
- I Meet My Golden SelfI’ve long held that the real test of anything I undertake to heal or help myself comes at especially trying times. It’s easy to stay on track with walking, eat whole plants, or doing my yoga every day when nothing is getting in the way. But it’s most important to do such things, and […]