I wish I could help you, but most of my recipes are not in english. When I'm too lazy to cook, I rely on smoothies, my favorite is frozen banana+peanut butter+cocoa powder+ oreos, not very heathy, but it's delicious.
>>7289132 this.. sweat the eggplant before you cook it and it will taste awesome
learn to cook grains.. they make a great base for everything - rice is obvious, barley is amazing, quinoa and buckwheat (grains but..) you can spice them up how you like, add nuts, raisins, fuit and veggies..
My boyfriend and I were vegan and he would complain all the time shit was tasteless. So I messed around with alot of things. the best was vegan enchilads roja sauce from a mexican grocery store, and jack cartina's salsa from costco cook that shit up together 'till it's thick get some of those vegetarian patties from costco too, and smash it down or whatever carots, beans, peas ( I like using homemade refried beans) make some spinich and onion and garlic or whatever some motha fuckin' corn tortillias dip them motha fuckas in the sauce put all your shit in 'em wrap them up and pour left over sauce all over
Recipe: -Slice the fennel into thick slices -Cook the fennel in boiling water for about 1 minute, let it leak on kitchen towel -Cook the tagliatelle in the water you cooked the fennel in for 5 minutes, drain afterwards -Add butter to a pan and bake the fennel for 3 minutes -Chop some sage, parsley and oregano and add 3/4 of it to the pan, bake for 2 minuets -Zest the lemon into the pan, then squeeze the lemon into the pan as well -Add cream and flavor with salt and pepper -Grate 3/4 of the Parmesan into the sauce -Add the pasta to the sauce, heat it all for a bit and add EVOO
-Dump it all in plates, sprinkle remaining herbs and Parmesan
>>7289127 Here's a recipe for vegan pasta which I make almost every week. >crumble smoked tofu >cut onion >fry in a pot with olive oil >add carrots and whatever vegetables you like >for example zucchini, celery, mushrooms, peppers >keep frying for a while, then add crushed/diced tomato >add (soy) cream if you're feel like it >simmer over low heat for at least 10 minutes >serve over pasta. Fusilli are recommended.
>>7293757 Almost forgot. Season with sugar, salt, pepper, chili flakes and Italian herbs such as basil, oregano, majoram, or thyme.
Have another recipe for mushroom ragout. >fry diced smoked tofu and onion in a pan with margarine >add about a pound of any mushrooms that you like >season with salt, pepper, rosemary and ginger >fry five to ten minutes >add soy cream >cook another three minutes >serve over basmati rice
>>7293951 1 cup dried chickpea 1/2 cup dried red lentils soak overnight, rinsed once or twice after draining, sat on some paper towels to get excess water off while preparing these ingredients.
1 medium to large onion(white or yellow) chopped 5 or 6 cloves of garlic 1 cup fresh italian parsley leaves 1/2 cup fresh cilantro leaves 2 tsp sea salt 1 tsp ground cumin 1 tsp ground coriander
put all that shit into a food processor and blend until its a uniform rough dough. You should be able to see the granulates of the beans. Take a small amount in your hand and drop/roll it from hand to hand till you have ball and set aside. There is no real set size though you want it small enough so that the oil almost covers it.
fill skillet with about an 1 1/2 inches of neutral oil and turn stove top to med high. When good and hot start placing in the falafel balls. Watch for them to start to turn brown. When there is a noticable difference between the top (should still look a little green) and sides (golden brown) turn over and let fry for another minute or 2, then remove from oil and let the oil seep out on a paper towel for a few minutes.
>>7294081 Because cavemen also ate meat. If you're gonna go on a vegetarian diet, cooking allows you to mix in other sources of protein with your veggie dishes, i.e. nuts, tofu, [spoiler]and fish if you're based pescetarian. I figure wild-caught fish had their chance.[/spoiler]
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