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fat_vegan
veganella
it'smy first time on this site! look forward to connecting with some/all of you over time and sharing the sweet vegan life!

feelin cruelty free and...: cheerful cheerful

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bossythecow
fat_vegan
bossythecow
I'm not vegan - just a common or garden veggie - but I am thinking of trying to go dairy-free to see if it has an effect on a couple of small persistent and really quite annoying patches of eczema.

I don't use raw milk at all anyway, it makes me feel quite ill to even think of consuming it! I use Alpro soy milk at home for coffee and cereal, but I find it tricky to use in coffee sometimes (splits because of the heat) and I do use organic butter and cheese: so if anyone had any useful suggestions for other brands of non-animal "milk" I could use for tea and coffee, non-dairy spread that is paletable and not made from a million chemicals dyed yellow and which are the best soy cheese style substitutes for when I really, really have to have a pizza I'd be really grateful.

I'm in London, more specificaly Islington, home of the rich hippy and I work in the City so there are plenty of health food shops I can get to easily including the overpriced commercial hellholes of Planet Organic and Fresh and Wild, so finding things isn't a problem it's just finding vegan alternatives that are any good!
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meadb
fat_vegan
meadb
I feel silly being the only one posting here lately, but I'd like to find a good brownie recipe if anyone has one. Preferably very moist and fattening. Thanks.

vegan tunes: Tori Amos

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meadb
fat_vegan
meadb
Anyone have any veganized French recipes? Breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, whatever. Thanks!

vegan tunes: "O tu Suavissima Virga", Sequentia

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meadb
fat_vegan
meadb
Pecan Caramel Fudge Pie.

Someone posted this in another forum and I need to find a way to veganize it (hopefully in time for the end of exams this week). And suggestions for the whipping cream? That's really the tricky part for me. I'm not sure if there's a store in Oxford that sells vegan cream, let alone vegan *whipping* cream (which I don't think even exists), and I'm not sure if I should try using agar agar or what. Help?

ingredients
For crust
1 1/2 cups chocolate wafer cookie crumbs (about 7 ounces)
5 tablespoons butter, melted
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

For filling
3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter
3/4 cup (packed) golden brown sugar
6 tablespoons light corn syrup
3 cups pecan halves (about 10 ounces)
3 tablespoons whipping cream
2 ounces unsweetened chocolate, chopped

preparation

Make crust:
Blend all ingredients in processor. Press crumb mixture onto bottom and up sides of 9-inch-diameter glass pie dish. Cover crust and freeze while preparing filling. (Can be made 1 week ahead. Keep frozen.)

Make filling:
Preheat oven to 350°F. Combine butter, brown sugar and corn syrup in heavy medium saucepan. Bring to boil, stirring often. Boil 1 minute. Stir in nuts and cream. Boil until mixture thickens slightly, about 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Add chocolate. Stir until chocolate melts and mixture is well blended.

Pour hot filling into crust. Using spoon, evenly distribute nuts. Bake until filling bubbles all over, about 10 minutes. Transfer pie to rack and cool.
Current Music:
Betty Davis, "Anti Love Song"

vegan tunes: "Anti Love Song", Betty Davis

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meadb
fat_vegan
meadb
It's Beer! It's Bread! It's Damn Tasty!
This recipe is for a dense, tasty bread, great served warm

1. Heat oven to 400F
2. Place the rack in the lower 1/3 of the oven
3. Grease a loaf pan around 8"x4" (apologies, Brits, for all these American measurements)
4. Whisk:
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 cup flour
1/2 cup rolled oats
2tb sweetener (date syrup, sugar, etc)
2tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4tsp salt
5. Add 1 1/2 cups beer (most of a bottle), any temp., any sort, but not flat
6. Mix until just combined
7. Put in the greased pan and bake 35-40 min. until a knife can be jabbed in and emerge clean
8. Let cool 5-10 min. Yeah right.

vegan tunes: Sequentia: Aquitania

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meadb
fat_vegan
meadb
*I study Medieval Irish, not Spanish.

THE BEANS!
3-4 Tb oil
1 sm onion, chopped
250g black beans or red kidney beans, cooked until very soft
about 2/4 pint of the bean-water left over from cooking the beans
salt and pepper to taste
1. Heat oil in a lg fry pan, fry the onion
2. Add a quarter of the beans and a little bean water, mashing with a potato masher as it cooks
3.Gradually add the rest of the beans and water, mashing until you have a coarse puree. Add salt and pepper
4.It's ready when it starts to get dry around the edges

SAUCE!
one can tomoatoes--or tomato sauce if you don't have a food processor
2 spring onions, chopped
3 Tb coriander
3 Tb parsley
chilli powder to taste
1/2 tsp sugar
salt and pepper

1.Put everything in a food processor or just mash the hell out of it
2. Heat it up

TORTILLAS
http://www.texasrollingpins.com/tortillarecipe.html
or go buy some. Cheater.

Make sure your tortillas are warm. But some bean goodness on them, then the tomato sauce. Add vegan sour cream or cheese if you want, and maybe some chopped spring onions for garnish.

This recipe is adapted from _Rice, Beans and Paste_ from the Sainsbury's Recipe Library.

vegan tunes: Boiled in Lead, "Step It Out Mary"

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tillytimon
fat_vegan
tillytimon
hallo hallo... doesn't seem to be a huge amount of posting here; i tried looking for memories but there didn't seem to be any...
okay, so i be the fattest of the fat vegans over here in Sheffield, UK... scumbag vegan who spends far too much money buying yummy food and then eats and drinks it all away...
i have this aversion to the 'egg' shite that comes in powdered form, but also have the biggest fetish for chewy, sexy 'cookies' - true american momma stylee. . . big, fat, chewy fuckers that are yum tum tugger. but without the powdered egg substitute. has ANYONE succeeded in making them? say yes, or i may be forced to buy a cow just to make... no, wait. chickens. anyway.
hello! :-) happy days y'all x

Current Location: Sheffield
feelin cruelty free and...: giddy giddy
vegan tunes: Po' Girl - 'Til It's Gone

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choosetoforget
fat_vegan
choosetoforget
hi! i am very tired of eating the same old unhealthy things from the dining hall at my school. i dont want to eat fried food ever again and that seems to be the only hot option at my dining hall some days. anyway i was wondering if anyone here would know any ways to make healthy vegan food on a very tight budget, and without a stove/oven. all i have available to me is a microwave and sometimes a skillet on a hot plate. i am so tired of eating fried foods and veggie sandwiches, please help me!

thanks in advance.

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choosetoforget
fat_vegan
choosetoforget

are there any vegans here who have been to/live in Ireland? i am going to Ireland during spring break and i need some advice about my eating options. i will be in Dublin, County Kerry, Galway, and Kilkenny. thanks in advance for any help i get!

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