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Old 06-11-2013, 14:47   #151
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If your hubby doesn't like chick peas may I suggest you use garbanzo beans in there place. Either one replaces most meats (nutritionally speaking), as in humus. Another good replacement is tahini. You can make your own humas or tahini by putting beans (for humas) or seseme sedds (for tahini) through a coffee mill then adding a little pure spring water to the resulting flour. If you want you can use coconut oil or first press olive oil instead of water for a different flavour and better texture.
BTW SWL ,where did you say you were? Could you use a deck hand? and most important what time does the dinner bell clang?
There is a difference between garbonzo beans and chickpeas? Around here the terms are used interchangeably.
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avb3****** Thought that avatar was a pic of you "asleep at the wheel" ****guess not
Let's see if SWL's hubby will notice the difference in his humas
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Real vegans grow their own veggies. Here is the easiest one to grow aboard, in three blog posts:

http://www.sv-jedi.org/sv_jedi/2012/01/tauge-dutch.html

If you can't read Dutch, just look at the pics or use Google Translate and have a laugh at it's pathetic translation
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I suppose that depends upon what one has a taste for at the time
My mind is heading off on all sorts of tangents now. I may have to amend the title of this thread .
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There is a difference between garbonzo beans and chickpeas? Around here the terms are used interchangeably.
Pure, avb3 is correct - chickpeas are garbanzo beans LOL.
I do have tahini on board and occasionally sneak some hoummus into hubby (in general he copes better with pureed pulses). By the way grated lemon rind makes a lovely addition to hoummos.

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SWL in regards to that cabbage pizza (which sounds real tasty), it won't pass as vegan if you are using a standard pizza crust.
For centuries standard pizza crust has simply been flour, water and yeast, with a touch of sugar and possibly salt and olive oil (see my recipe way back in post #46). Why doesn't that pass as vegan?
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For centuries standard pizza crust has simply been flour, water and yeast, with a touch of sugar and possibly salt and olive oil (see my recipe way back in post #46). Why doesn't that pass as vegan?
I was wondering the same?
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My mind is heading off on all sorts of tangents now. I may have to amend the title of this thread .
.....chuckle.......maw, its a good title, makes me hungry!
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Boatie's Mulligatawny

A month or two ago Boatman61 posted his recipe for Mulligatawny. I can't find the original now, but here is the version I make. I vaguely remember there were no cumin seeds or turmeric in the original recipe, the chilli was only half a teaspoon and I know the stock cube was chicken, but if a veggie one is substituted, this recipe would qualify as vegan. The flavour is lovely.

(Although I doubt it stemmed from this recipe, it is a pity that I can't make it now without thinking of Boatie's 'dutch ovens' comment LOL.)

BOATIE's MULLIGATAWNY (sort of)

3 tablespoons olive oil
2 large onions sliced
4 cloves chopped garlic

1 heaped teaspoon each:
- turmeric
- coriander ground
- cumin ground
- cumin whole
- chilli flakes
- garam masala
2 tsp grated fresh ginger ground

5 mugs water
2 stock cubes
1 mug (8oz) of red lentils
3 potatoes, peeled and diced
6 medium carrots, peeled and diced
1 lemon, juiced
handful of chopped fresh coriander

- Heat 2 tbl oil in a pressure cooker pot
- Sauté onions and garlic
- Measure out spices in a cup (they burn if adding one by one as you need to keep stirring)
- Add spices with extra tbl of oil and stir a few minutes
- Add everything other than the coriander
- Bring to the boil stirring occasionally
- Cover and bring to pressure
- Turn off and leave an hour or two
- Uncover, bring back to boiling and seal in glass jars.
- Reheat, adding coriander just before serving
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Made an interesting sandwich for lunch today.

3 large mushrooms
Olive oil
Salt
Tomato

Fine chop mushrooms and onions. Put mushrooms in bowl, mush with fork, add onions, add salt to taste and drizzle olive oil as appropriate

Spread on bread and add tomato slices.

Quick, easy and tasty.
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Made an interesting sandwich for lunch today.

3 large mushrooms
Olive oil
Salt
Tomato

Fine chop mushrooms and onions. Put mushrooms in bowl, mush with fork, add onions, add salt to taste and drizzle olive oil as appropriate

Spread on bread and add tomato slices.

Quick, easy and tasty.
Now that sounds a lot more appealing than your apple and garlic soup . I am still working up the courage to try that one LOL.
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For centuries standard pizza crust has simply been flour, water and yeast, with a touch of sugar and possibly salt and olive oil (see my recipe way back in post #46). Why doesn't that pass as vegan? [/QUOTE]

For some reason I was thinking eggs in the batter

your right it would pass for vegan I suppose
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Mung bean and potato curry

6oz mung beans, washed
11/4 pts water
8oz potato, cut into 2cm chunks
2 tbsp sunflower/corn oil
1/2 tsp cumin seeds
1 green chilli, chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed
1" root ginger, finely chopped
1/4 tsp ground turmeric
1/2 tsp chilli powder, to taste
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
4 curry leaves
5 tomatoes, skinned and chopped
1 tbsp tomato puree (paste)

Put beans in pan with water, bring to boil, cover and simmer until soft, approx 30 minutes.
Par boil potatoes for 10 minutes, drain well.
In another pan heat oil, add cumin seeds and fry until they 'splutter'. Add garlic, ginger and chilli and fry for 3-4 minutes.
Add turmeric, chilli powder, salt and sugar, fry for further 2 minutes.
Add curry leaves, tomatoes and tomato puree. Simmer for 5 minutes.
Add to beans and potatoes, mix well and warm through before serving with rice.

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