Vegan MoFo : Day 11 : Experiments

I cooked a huge batch of adzuki beans a few weeks ago and froze them. I was thinking of ways to use them up, besides just eating them with a big pile of greens, and thought they might be good in some seitan sausages. I hadn’t made them in a while, and wanted to experiment with some different flavors. I also got some tatsoi in my organic delivery box. I think I’d spotted it in the international market, but I never picked it up. I thought it would go great with what... Read More

Vegan MoFo : Day 10 : Sweet Chia Seed Crackers

I’ve wanted to try some raw crackers for a while, but a lot of them call for juice pulp or flax seeds. I don’t have a juicer, and while I love to add a little flax to smoothies, dressings, and baked goods, the idea of eating a mouthful of them just isn’t appealing. I somehow ended up with several pounds of everything chia seeds in my pantry, and I knew that chia seeds had the same properties as flax. When combined with water they gel, and unlike flax, they don’t... Read More

Vegan MoFo : Day 9 : Vegan Survey

This survey was born over at the PPK. Today was a hectic day at work, and I’m just now getting settled in at 9:30, so now is a good time to post this! What’s your favorite spice or spice blend? It’s hard to pick just one, but I’d say Penzeys’ Mural of Flavor is the one I use most often. You have $20 to spend on fresh groceries and produce for the whole week (with a fairly well stocked pantry of dry goods, legumes, grains, and spices). what do you... Read More

Vegan MoFo 2010

The 2010 Vegan Month of Food is quickly approaching. Bloggers all over the world will write about vegan food during the month of November. The goal is to post every day, with at least 20 posts that month. Time to polish off those neglected blogs (I’m mostly talking to myself here), and start writing about food! If you’re interested in participating, just fill out this nifty form, and you’ll be added to the list of participants. The deadline is November 2, though,... Read More