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    Default Recipe sites and food blogs


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    Default allrecipes.com

    You can go to allrecipes.com and they have some vegetarian and vegan recipes...pretty cool...try it!

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    Default Four recipe sites

    http://www.vitalita.com/ - I downloaded the two free cookbooks from this site, and I have always had success with the recipes.


    www.veganfood.net - every recipe has been a hit

    http://www.pcrm.org/health/recipes/recipeoftheweek.html - new recipes every month

    http://www.ivu.org/recipes/

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    Default PakuPaku

    http://www.pakupaku.info


    Breakfast

    Breadstuff

    Ethiopian Cooking

    Indian Cooking

    Italian Cooking

    Latina Cooking

    Middle Eastern Cooking

    Sushi

    Sweets

    Thanksgiving Recipes
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    Default Recipes

    My site contains a lot of recipes from cookbooks and I'm now also accepting non-cookbook recipe submissions.
    So if you have a nice, vegan recipe, than please send it to me!

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    Fabulous website, Wanda. As a newcomer to the vegan-way I'm sure I'll be referring to it often.

    I'm off to explore the recipes now.

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    Thanks Sunflower.

    I haven't tried them all myself, but one of my personal favorites is the 'Divine Cashew Mushroom Gravy'. It's really good!

    The recipe I haven't tried, but am the most curious about (because of the picture included in the cookbook) is the 'Vegetable Aspic Terrine'.
    If anyone tries that, please let me know how it is!

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    Default Veganpeace.com recipes

    My favorite recipe place is here.
    But I do have to admit that I'm just a tiny bit biased.
    Last edited by Korn; Oct 31st, 2010 at 12:04 PM. Reason: Link update

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    Thank you for the excellent url of wikibooks

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    some really good looking recipes here

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    thanx, alot of good recipes!
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    Default Parsleysoup.co.uk

    www.parsleysoup.co.uk some home made site. post punk and vegweb are also regulars
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    Default Veganchef.com


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    Default Vegancooking.com


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    Default Veganmania.com


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    Default Kate's (Vegan) Cookery Site


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    Default Cok.net

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    Default Veganconnection.com

    Don't know if this link has been posted already but I'll try anyway .

    http://veganconnection.com/recipes/index.htm

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    Default Vegfamily's 'The Vegan Kitchen'

    heres another link for recipes aswell as other info:

    http://www.veganfamily.co.uk/kitchen.html
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    Talking Vegan recepies on your ipod

    On PodGourmet Vegan Edition youíve got access to 277 animal-free dishes. The software includes recipes for tasty treats such as tandoori seitan, hemp pancakes, and a tofu Reuben sandwich. It uses the iPodís Notes feature, so anyone with a 3G, 4G, or mini iPod can get in on the culinary fun. If being vegan is good enough for Steve Jobs, maybe itís good enough for you, too.

    CLICK ME.

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    Default Vegansociety.com recipes

    As mentioned in the recent uk vegan mag, there are supposed to be more than 2000 recipes on HERE.



    Updated links 2010:
    http://www.vegansociety.com/caterers/recipes/
    http://www.vegansociety.com/caterers/vcfa/
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    Default Cuisinez-vegetalien.net and ivu.org

    OMG ! Thanks for all these great links ! Mainly the http://www.ivu.org/recipes/ and www.veganchef.com websites ! ^^
    My favourite (for french readers only sorry...) : http://avea.net/cvg/ but even if you can't read french, you have to see at least the pictures, they're awesome ! ^^
    One day, I'll die from an Asian junk food overdose ! lol

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    I made the Rosemary "Chicken" posted on this web site...it was quite good actually.

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    Thank you, Korn.

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    Default vegcooking.com

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    Default Re: yummy recipe site

    http://www.cok.net/lit/recipes/lunch.php#mac - this was on their latest newsletter.
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    Default Compassionatecooks.com

    This is my new favorite site, everthing I have tried from here is great. And the omnis can't even tell they are vegan!

    The site says vegetarian, but everything is vegan.

    http://www.compassionatecooks.com/index.htm

    I make the Banana Chocolate Chip muffins for breakfast when we have house guests. I serve it with some Earth Balance, fresh fruit and coffee w/Silk Soycreamer. My guests love them! My boyfriend does too, now I make them up at least once a week (I can't get them to come out right with more than one batch in the oven though...)

    I also make The Real, the Original, the Authentic, the Veganized Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe as a snack for guests and myself. They are so yummy, and noone thinks they are anything but the orignal. Make sure you take them out of the oven when still a bit gooey and cool on racks. They crisp up nicely when cool.

    and today I made the No-Fuss Pancakes and they were awesome!

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    Default vegan blogs

    I recently started a vegan food blog that some of you might be interested in: "what do vegans eat?" at http://whatdoveganseat.blogspot.com

    The blog collects pictures and simple descriptions of different vegan
    foods. It can be used as a sort of idea bank, to suggest new foods to
    make, order, or buy. Or it can help respond to the question often asked
    to people who are vegan or try to eat vegan: "What do you eat?" Anyone
    is welcome to contribute to the blog by posting examples of vegan foods.

    Can anyone suggest some other good vegan-related blogs?

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    Default Re: Your own sites/blogs/livejournals

    Here's the blog of your friend and mine, http://veganmomma.com/blog. I hope you don't mind me posting it.

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    Default Petaindia.com's recipes

    Not sure if this link has been posted here before.. Here is an extensive list of receipes, including some delicious Indian ones.. Yum Yum!!

    http://www.petaindia.com/recipes/index.html

    Have fun
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    Default The Vegan Lunchbox

    I can't recall where I found this, but I thought I'd share it with everyone. In fact, I might have come across it on here.. so forgive me if this has already been posted.

    Over at blogspot.com, there is this vegan stay-at-home mom who makes lunches for her little boy everyday, which are always creative, cute, and come in a very spiffy lunchbox; she takes pictures of the meal and describes its content and posts it on her blog everyday. She even has a recipe section for some of the items mentioned, and is working on building that up more. Anyway, it's a really neat idea and I love looking at the stuff she puts together. Plus, it gives me ideas for my own food. I wish I had a mom like her

    The link is http://veganlunchbox.blogspot.com

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    Default garynull.com

    One more for ya!
    http://www.garynull.com/FoodAndRecipes/Index.aspx
    Ignore the 3 or so fish recipes. The rest are great!

    Try listening to Gary's Health Talk online radio show.
    http://www.garynull.com/Index.aspx

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    Default Re: Recipes

    Hi Wanda!

    You're right, your site DOES contain a lot of good recipes! They all look so yummy!

    I had a question for anyone who might know...

    in this recipe, it calls for arrowroot powder...

    Divine Cashew Mushroom Gravy
    yields 2-3 cups
    Ingredients:
    3 cloves garlic, minced
    2 small onions, diced
    2 C. mushrooms, sliced
    2 C. water
    3 T. nutritional yeast
    1 t. garlic powder
    1 t. onion powder
    3 1/2 T. cashew butter
    2 T. tamari or substitute
    1/2 t. sea salt
    1 T. arrowroot powder

    Do you think it would be okay to change the arrowroot to cornstarch?
    I've never used arrowroot powder, so I'm not too sure what it's purpose is exactly...

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    Default Re: Recipes

    I was at a cookery demo recently and this question came up - arrowroot is a thickener, like cornstarch, but apparently it has a "lighter" texture. You can probably substitute cornstarch no problem, I would think arrowroot just makes it a bit fancier

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    Default Re: Recipes

    in experiences of arrowroot, it's like cornstarch but doesn't make the liquid go as cloudy/white so is more preferable where colour is important, such as this case - gravy. Personally I dislike it, it just makes liquid an odd consistancy compared to corn flour and while i wouldn't rule it out ever in the future, it's on my avoid list for now
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    Quote terra
    Hi Wanda!

    You're right, your site DOES contain a lot of good recipes! They all look so yummy!
    I just added Double Fudge Pecan Brownies last week!
    I actually won a vegan brownie contest at a potluck with these.

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    Default The Penguin Chef

    http://thepenguinchef.blogspot.com

    great dessert recipes

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    Thumbs up Parselysoup website

    The person who owns this website, is a member here, yes????

    http://www.parsleysoup.co.uk/index.htm

    Just wanted to say... fab, what an excellent site This is going to help me heaps! *grins*

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    Default Re: Parselysoup website

    I agree! It is a great site!!

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    Default Re: Parselysoup website

    Quote fragrantfree
    The person who owns this website, is a member here, yes????

    http://www.parsleysoup.co.uk/index.htm

    Just wanted to say... fab, what an excellent site This is going to help me heaps! *grins*
    Yes it is run by Cherry, she is a lovely lady. The site is great to. I love the carott cake, so easy to make and so tasty

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    Default Re: Parselysoup website

    i agree too
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    Default Re: Parselysoup website

    I have some left over corn. I think I might make the corn fritter recipe that's in the breakfast section! I've only got half a tin of corn left though, so I'll split the recipe in half.

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    Default Re: Parselysoup website

    wow those look yummy! do tell me how they work out.
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    Default Re: Parselysoup website

    I can't wait to start cooking and baking some of the stuff shown on Cherry's website... need to get into cooking my own stuff, and what better place to begin!

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    Default Re: A great recipe website. ALL VEGAN!

    Cranberry - I was just going to post this link! I'm glad I looked first!

    I was doing a search for amaranth and came across this site - WOW.

    I love it and I thought everyone here would enjoy it too!

    SO many great ideas and TONS of pictures to go with the recipes...


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    Default bryannaclarkgrogan.com and randomgirl.com

    From somewhere in California, Randomgirl.com, has some very easy recipes, very homey. Great carrot cake, Indian eggplant, Penne alla Vodka.

    And a Canadian site, Bryanna Clark Grogan , who has authored a number of vegan cookbooks. She has some great ideas for holiday cooking. I am going to try her pumpkin pie and pecan pie next week.
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