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From "Great Vegetarian Cooking Under Pressure" by Lorna J. Sass page 36 (I halved her recipe)
This has all my fav's and tastes great. If you like, whir your portion in a blender to create a lovely, creamy soup.
Very satisfying, creamy, and tasty. Like drinking pumpkin pie!
Low fat, high protein, low sodium, high flavor. What more can you ask for?
Cook in a crock pot for 3 hours slow, 1 hour fast.
My serving calculation is for 3, but others may prefer dividing by 2.
Put all ingredients into a blender and enjoy. Low in carbs., high in fiber, refreshing and delicious.
Use lean, ground lamb for this tasty soup. Drain any fat when indicated to make this stew even lower in fat. Makes 12 - 1 Cup servings.
A comforting, good for you vegan soup full of protein, vitamin C and other vitamins and minerals. Great when you are ill and need comfort food. 232 calories per 1 Cup serving and 9 - 12 grams of protein, depending upon how you serve it. Version with half the sodium discussed in cooking instructions.
Very simple and basic. A good base for whatever you like.
Makes 9 servings of 1/2 Cup each
Black Beans, Garbanzo Beans, and Tofu give this stew 11 Grams of protein per 1 1/2 cup serving.
This was very yummy and good source of protein.
Dr. Weil's "Creamy Coleslaw with Tofu Mayonnaise" from drweilsplan.com was the genesis of this recipe. I chose to amend his recipe to suit me, but want to give him credit.
This dish is great to look at and tastes good. Serve it with your favorite starch: Corn Bread, Spaghetti Squash, Pasta, Brown Rice, Grits. Have a lovely green salad, and crusty bread, and you have a feast!
This is a lovely, dark, meaty tasting dish without the meat!
This serves a crowd, with 9 generous half cup servings.
Try to find "French Green Lentils", as they are the best. I purchase mine at an organic grocery. If you cannot find those, then look for a small, roundish, green to brown lentil. Sometimes these are named just brown lentil. If you look closely however, there will be a greenish cast and these are much smaller and also more round than those you find in the one pound bags at the regular grocery store. These Lentils are so much better than those plain, flat, brown ones that you find everywhere. They take a little longer to cook, but are well worth the patience expended!
Satisfying and good for you!
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|Vegan foods for Orthodox Christian Fasting
Orthodox Christians abstain from all animal products during fasting seasons, and as I find food I want to try I will include them here. I will leave comments as we eat them. Spark has great recipes for those of us who want to do without animal products.