Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Veganomicon: Ultimate cook book/I make and eat a salad

:GASP!:

But it's true. Thanks to Veganomicon I now have two salad recipes that don't make my stomach and mind quake with fear. No rabbit food here. This particular salad involves lovely marinated and roasted portabellos and diced chunks of fatty and yummy avocado. That will have known salad haters and nose-sticker-uppers (read: yours truly) digging in with both forks, because real vegans double fist it. Again this is mostly a food porn post, but real posting to return any day now!

For those of you with the cookbook the only changes I made was the addition of mixed greens, spinach, extra dressing and sauted onions.

3 comments:

Melomeals: Vegan for $3.33 a Day said...

Hey Liz, You asked me this question last week and I'm sorry I didn't respond...

I freeze them in a variety of ways depending on what containers I have on hand and the space in my freezer.

I use Glad Freezer Bags (they are the best.. but I re-use them several times before I recycle them) and lay things flat to conserve space. I also use glass jars (leaving an inch or two at the top) or other plastic containers.
I save all of my pickle jars and other glass jars to use for freezing as well as any plastic containers

Jeni Treehugger said...

I've made that recipe oodles of times and it's a real winner - I LOVE it. Yours looks soooo good.
:)

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