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Old 03-14-20, 03:52 PM  
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These two recipes from the Cookie & Kate website have been hits, even with meat-eaters: Baked Ziti with Roasted Veggies and Enchilada Casserole. To make them vegan you can sub a non-dairy cheese that you like--Chao seems to work the best for me.

My brother and SIL gave me Isa Chandra Moskowitz's cookbook Isa Does It, and nearly everything I've made has been successful. The Thug Kitchen books are also great for beginning vegans, though their shtick wears thin pretty quickly (warning for coarse language). Their Pumpkin Chili is one of my staples.
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Old 03-14-20, 08:25 PM  
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Thanks for the links Rivercat! I’ve signed up for emails from Thug Kitchen. The recipes look great and the coarse language doesn’t bother me at all, lol. I’ll definitely be making the pumpkin chili.
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Old 03-14-20, 11:16 PM  
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Thanks for the links Susan! I especially like the whole roasted cauliflower. It would be great for a dinner party with both vegetarians & non vegetarians as it could be a main dish or a side dish.
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Thanks, Pam and Susan - I'll definitely put these on the list of new recipes to try. That Whole Roasted Cauliflower looks amazing!
You're welcome! It's really a simple but delicious dish.

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Susan, thank you for the links. I'm not a vegan or even a vegetarian but I don't eat meat often and I love lots of mushrooms, veggies, grains and spices instead. I also like to cook and do so regularly. I've bookmarked the recipes you've linked and will try them for sure! Thank you!
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Old 03-17-20, 02:23 PM  
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I know OP asked for recipes, but this book is filled with them.
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Viva Vegan by Terry Hope Romero

My family liked so many and in particular asked for over and over again the pigeon peas and rice with green sauce. Easy to put together and so delicious.
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Old 03-21-20, 02:19 PM  
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Hmmmm, that looks good! I'll have to get some mushrooms, soy sauce, potatoes, and carrots.

Wait, all I have is the wine? I'm going to have to think on what that says about me lol!
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Hmmmm, that looks good! I'll have to get some mushrooms, soy sauce, potatoes, and carrots.

Wait, all I have is the wine? I'm going to have to think on what that says about me lol!
LOL! I want to make this but I have all the ingredients BUT the wine. I just received my Better then Bouillon Mushroom base that I want to try out!
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Old 03-24-20, 10:29 AM  
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I just received my Better then Bouillon Mushroom base that I want to try out!
I am such a fan of Better Than Bullion! Like Bragg's, a little bit goes a long way so I end up using a lot less than their suggested amounts which helps reduce sodium as well.
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Hmmmm, that looks good! I'll have to get some mushrooms, soy sauce, potatoes, and carrots.

Wait, all I have is the wine? I'm going to have to think on what that says about me lol!
I think wine is a pretty good thing to have these days!
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I’ve been following the Plant Based thread on GD so thought I’d start a recipe thread. Please share your favorite recipes!

This is a fave of mine, my DH loved too. I did spice it up with a diced jalapeño pepper & added some frozen peas at the end. It’s an Instant Pot recipe but there are instructions to adapt it to stove top or oven.

Vegan Portobello Stew:
https://avirtualvegan.com/vegan-inst...llo-pot-roast/
I made this tonight along with some homemade focaccia. It is delicious! I will definitely make this again! Thanks for recommending!
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