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Any vegan who’s wanted to transform a favorite baked good into a vegan treat knows that the hardest part is finding an egg replacer that eliminates the egg without eliminating the taste.
It’s a tall order, especially when you consider that eggs have several jobs when it comes to baking. They add moisture, hold the treat together, and they have some leavening (or rising) power as well.
The fact is that there are a number of vegan-friendly egg replacers. Here’s your guide to…Continue
I've been ill three times in the last two months. My doctor told me it has been the same infection that I could not fight off completly the last times.
To me it sounds like this is not very unusual, it's just bad luck and it happens.
Today my best friend told me that she believes my vegan diet is the source off all my illness and that I should start eating 'good food' again. This is so taking me down right now. I feel so alone.
There is no reason to think this illness is…
It's about time I catch up on my blogging. I've been so busy the last couple months and there are a few dishes I've made that I would like to be able to look up again and make. September and October are busy, stressful months at work. I am sure if you checked out a blog from…Continue
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I went to a fun wedding this last Saturday. My youngest son's best buddy got married. We've known Ben since he was a little guy in second grade, so it was a family wedding for us. I felt like the honorary mother of the groom. It was a lovely day for an outdoor wedding and the grounds…
This Dal is popularly served in Dhabas in India. This Dal is an all time favorite of my husband and I too enjoy it. Its very easy n simple. So lets get started.
Category - Lunch / Dinner
Whole Masoor Dal / Baby Lentils - 2 Cups
Onion - 1 Big, roughly chopped
Tomato - 3 Big, roughly chopped
Added by Meghana Komarla on July 17, 2012 at 9:26pm — No Comments
This is a North Indian style Kurma n goes well with Palak Chapathi.
Category - Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner
Pressure cook the following for 3 whistles-
Potatoes - 3 Medium, diced to 1 inch
Tomatoes - 3 Medium, roughly chopped
Onion - 1 Small,…
Very simple and healthy. This recipe is very very famous in India. Usually prepared during festival days or they give this as prasadam at temples.
Category - Sides / Dessert
Ripe Bananas - 4
Freshly shredded Coconut - 4 to 5 tbsp
Sugar - 6 to 8 tsp or to taste
Ghee or clarified Butter - 2 tsp (Optional)
Raisins - 10 to 12…
Added by Meghana Komarla on May 7, 2012 at 6:06am — No Comments
This post is all about the Vegetarian, Vegan, and so-called, “Flexitarian” diets. I basically want to define what these three diets encompass and then give my take on them. I know there are…Continue
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Soy Chunks - 150g (Here I have used mini soy chunks)
Onions - 1 Medium (thinly sliced)
Capsicum / Green pepper - 1 Medium (thinly sliced)
Green Chillies - 10Nos. (Slit into half, lengthwise) Adjust according to your preference
Salt to taste
Soy sauce - 2tsp
Garlic - 6pods (Finely chopped)
Ginger - 1/2 Inch (Juliens)
Vinegar - 1 1/2 to 2tsp
Added by Meghana Komarla on March 16, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
“You are what you eat”, is a slogan that I love to use to show the mental aspect of vegetarianism. When animals are slaughtered, fear and aggression enzymes are shot into their cells from their glands and other organs, just as in humans, and are…Continue