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    Quote Lily
    That sounds absolutely delicious Artichoke - how do you make it? What caramel? Is it a syrup? Oooh I've got to try some!.....drool......
    I got the caramel recipe from www.veganchef.com.

    I use about 2/3 apple cider, 1/3 non-dairy milk, and then 2 T. of caramel!
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    Thankyou!!!

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    Toffuti cream cheese on toasted bagels.
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    i think i have found a new one...samosas, i had them homemade (but not by me, but by an indian couple that are my friends) tonight at a christmas party. they were soooo good, i think that i eat way too much indian food, but gosh, i could LIVE on it, i wanna visit india so badly too, i think that would be a life altering experience, and then i would have all the comfort food i could ever want ()
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    yummm i love indian food. i had it for the first time a few weeks ago visiting my friend at college and then again at work a week or so ago. soo yummy and spicy and i love spicy!

    no vegan banana nut muffins for comfort food here at the whole foods in town sooo it becomes choc. chip. scones. they will be the end of me.
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    anything potatoes!
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    Chocolate Cake!!!!! Chip Butties!!!!!! And the Korma Sauce that Tesco sells with chips and crusty bread- Yummy yummy

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    mashed potato with lots of soya marge and pepper and maybe throw in sme spices....mmm

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    ooh i found this great vegan ice cream - it's coffee w/ fudge swirls and almonds! ~ yummers!

    avocadoes w/ lemon juice and salt
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    Quote catmogg
    btw, i've never managed to find a really fantastic vegan gravy mix.... Can anyone recommend one? I'd be eversa grateful like.
    the gravy from Tesco that Lily mentioned is good, but i personally prefer Bisto roast onion gravy granules, if you haven't tried it give that a go as well (they're definitely vegan, doesn't say on the label but it does say so on their website).

    mmmmmmmmmm roast potatoes and gravy, great comfort food
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    Vegemite sandwiches!

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    vegan ramen

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    I dont know what my problem is but I could not take the taste of miso soup. Tried it for the 1st time yesterday.

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    thecounterspark, I am also hooked on almond butter.The Raw is the best.Iplan toget sesame tahini when I go back to Best Foods. I do see cashew, but no macadamia either.

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    Quote Roxy
    Vegemite sandwiches!
    Definitely!
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    cookie dough. i try to not make it often, being empty calories and all.

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    cookie dough. i try to not make it often, being empty calories and all.
    any fav recipes?
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    any fav recipes?
    I don't follow any recipes exactly, since I have no intention of actually baking cookies. I just throw things together; for example, 3 spoonfuls flour, 1 spoon sugar, 1 spoon brown sugar, 1 spoon margarine and some vanilla. I made a double batch one night and felt a bit ill so I've cut down on the frequency.

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    it's funny, i was watching a tv program last night and had made up my minf that i must try chestnuts (i know--) and now i see posts on here, and i was thinking they seemed as though they would be a very comforting food...
    Chestnuts are nice. I put them in my curries.
    My main comfort food is pasta. When I am not feeling well I like to eat supermarket bread toasted with Natex on, or just spread with margarine. I also like soup when its cold outside.
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    split pea soup
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    Apple Pie in a Glass. This is SO nice on a cold night.

    1 cup apple juice
    1 apple
    1 tbsp brown sugar
    Sprinke of cinnamon
    Pinch of nutmeg

    Blender this for 60 seconds, then heat in the microwave.

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    big old sandwiches... with plenty o ketchup, mustard, avocado, hummus, lettuce, tomato, and whatever protien source i desire on a big old bagel or whole wheat bread.

    they are huge!!!

    i normally avoid thus such things, but have been overindulging as of late...its the damn sun, i havent seen it in 4 weeks!!!!
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    Quote cafejane
    I dont know what my problem is but I could not take the taste of miso soup. Tried it for the 1st time yesterday.
    Try it with soya milk added, it is nicer
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    Curry potatoes, guacamole and chips, salsa and chips, edamame, and chocolate.
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    Probably anything with potatos and mexican food. I LOVE mexican food and seriously cant get enough! Why can't I get enough of say carrots or something low calorie?Always the fatty stuff, but its soooooooooooooo good!

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    cereal! (new fav.) annd soynut butter

    every once in a while
    choc. soynutbutter oatmeal no bake cookies yummm
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    Chips and Salsa..I literally have it everyday!

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    tortilla chips and salsa is definately the ultimate drunk food. me and one of my friends back home always make sure to have it around usually. we've walked out in the middle of the night to the store to get them!
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    Quote Morna View Post
    Apple Pie in a Glass. This is SO nice on a cold night.

    1 cup apple juice
    1 apple
    1 tbsp brown sugar
    Sprinke of cinnamon
    Pinch of nutmeg

    Blender this for 60 seconds, then heat in the microwave.
    YUM.
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    spaghetti with tomato sauce
    french fries
    indian food
    I eat nutritional yeast by the spoonful.

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    Peanut butter & Jelly (specifically with blackberry jam)
    Cream of wheat with jam & margarine
    Pancakes!
    Thick soups, like white miso or vegan cream of potato.

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    Maybe oven baked steak fries. Oh, and carob cocoa.
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    Noel Nog is back in stores, so that's DEFINITELY going to be my comfort food for the next few months
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    Corn chowder (especially the one from La Dolce Vegan)

    Corn relish (takes me back to my childhood)

    Cookies, cakes and donut holes lol (just because)

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    Noel Nog is back in stores, so that's DEFINITELY going to be my comfort food for the next few months
    whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat.

    excuse me while i start screaming and faint lol.

    noel nog is the only thing ive been thinking about for a couple weeks now. (Aswell as mandarin oranges)

    what grocery store did you see it at yoggy?
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    my comfort foods are anything potato.

    chips, fries, hashbrowns, baked, roasted, mashed. lol.

    also anything that tastes like my moms food. soups, gravy, food that she used to make, veganized. noel nog, mandarin oranges, vegan sausages, pancakes, sprout sandwiches, stuffing, holiday meals...

    all of those things are very happy memories for me so theyre really comforting.

    and also take out foods like veggie burgers, pizza and chinese.
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    Medjool dates, Halva, Licorice & custard! (not mixed obviously) mmm!!

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    Peanut butter on toast. Mmmmm Also, anything sweet. If there's any cake around, it won't last long...
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    Kettle Chips...and chocolate.
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    I think we know what chocolate is, Mr F!!!!
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    ooh this thread is great!!

    for me it's vegemite on toast, peanut butter and jam sandwiches (I only had this for the first time a few months ago... just felt like trying it one day and did!), anything potatoes but especially hash browns, and bubble and squeek, and chip shop chips, although I also love vegan sausage and mash!

    Also indian food (my fave is sag aloo, bombay aloo, tarka dal, and niramish, with onion bhahjis and chips! lol), mini pizzas (reminds me of after-school snacks my mum made, on english muffins or pitta bread etc), and vegan 'bacon' toasties.

    Also chocolate, although I can't gorge myself on it like I used to with milkier chocs than vegan ones, and hot choc made with plant milk and some plant cream... yummmmmmmm!

    And thick toast with loads of marg-type-spread! where's it's all melted into the surface but sometimes still in little pools and salty and yum.
    Last edited by Jamie; Sep 29th, 2006 at 12:11 PM. Reason: forgot the bhajis!

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    Very occasionally Vegemite on Toast, but most of the time fruit. Preferably Bananas.

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    whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat.

    excuse me while i start screaming and faint lol.

    noel nog is the only thing ive been thinking about for a couple weeks now. (Aswell as mandarin oranges)

    what grocery store did you see it at yoggy?
    I saw it at the Fairway in Oak Bay Village.

    Fairways always seem to be on top of things; I've found Boca Burgers and non-hydrogenated tofutti sour cream and lots of other yummy stuff there .

    I DREAMED about Noel Nog the other night, which is what reminded me to check the store yesterday. Can you say obsession? lol
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    ooh this thread is great!!

    for me it's vegemite on toast, peanut butter and jam sandwiches (I only had this for the first time a few months ago... just felt like trying it one day and did!), anything potatoes but especially hash browns, and bubble and squeek, and chip shop chips, although I also love vegan sausage and mash!

    Also indian food (my fave is sag aloo, bombay aloo, tarka dal, and niramish, with onion bhahjis and chips! lol), mini pizzas (reminds me of after-school snacks my mum made, on english muffins or pitta bread etc), and vegan 'bacon' toasties.

    Also chocolate, although I can't gorge myself on it like I used to with milkier chocs than vegan ones, and hot choc made with plant milk and some plant cream... yummmmmmmm!

    And thick toast with loads of marg-type-spread! where's it's all melted into the surface but sometimes still in little pools and salty and yum.
    You've never had PB&J before a few months ago? Wow...if those yummy sandwiches fell of the face of the Earth, they might as well take me with them. I couldn't live any longer.

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    Jelly and Ice-Cream

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    i found it at thriftys today. yayyyy. lol. im almost done the whole litre! its soooo good.
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    I let my boyfriend try some, and he didn't like it

    Oh well, more for me
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    I don't like it either.
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    Crisps and hummus.


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