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Despite the fact that I’ve not really been active this week, I did more than meet the VeganMoFo challenge of 20 posts during October (this makes #24). It’s been an awesome challenge, and I hope that everyone who started reading and commenting on this blog … Continue reading
I’m using this recipe here; I haven’t changed anything substantial, so I’m not reposting it. The thing about Pho is that you have to have a really awesome broth. I think the way to best achieve that is with a … Continue reading
Isn’t that creepy? It looks like it could eat me, not the other way around! In case you’re not familiar, this is a chayote, a member of the squash family. It’s very mild tasting, and the flesh, skin and seeds … Continue reading
In my “pantry” (cupboards, freezer, fridge) this weekend: Wonton wrappers Gyoza wrappers Pho noodles Tofu Carrots Onions Scallions Garlic Ginger Powdered chick*n broth Soy Sauce Rice Vinegar Dried Chiles … and much more! Some might call me a pack rat. … Continue reading
I have an unnatural love of soups. I am loving this cooler weather, mostly because I can eat soup twice a day and not sweat while doing so. I know in the sumer I could do cold soups like cucumber … Continue reading
Recipe from The Vegan Feast Kitchen. I used half yellow and half green squash (from my mom’s garden!) which probably accounts for the lighter color. I did the cashew cream option rather than the tofu.
Cuban-Style Black Bean Soup Originally uploaded by jodield Cuban-Style Black Bean Soup It’s cold out. So very cold! And when it’s cold, I like to make me some soup. This is adapted from a recipe for Cuban Black Bean Soup. … Continue reading