[Sca-cooks] Looking for a "gluten-free, plant-based (no animal protein or fat) and low/no fat" recipe ideas
yaini0625 at yahoo.com
yaini0625 at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 19 11:31:11 PST 2011
I get this request often in the Waldorf School community. I successful dish I have made is a millet crusted quiche. It was basically millet, olive oil and water and made into a paste for the crust. Use fresh vegetables of choice. This fall I made one with winter squashes, onions and eggplants. Instead of egg and cheese base I used soft tofu and nutritional yeast and whipped it like an egg. Poured it over the vegetables and gently cooked it to 120 degrees. Raw vegans do not eat anything cooked over 120 degrees. It passed the raw vegan test and the pan was licked clean.
Personally, it looked unappetizing but for the gluten free raw vegans it is a hit.
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Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 14:18:24
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Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] Looking for a "gluten-free,
plant-based (no animal protein or fat) and low/no fat" recipe ideas
Send her a jug of water and be done with it.
Tortillas are vegan, gluten free, and fat free when made right. If you
want to fry them, rather than bake them, there are several different
fats that are acceptable in an anti-fat freaques' diet. Load the
tortillas with various fresh vegetables, and you'll have something
Smile politely, and make plans to eat elsewhere in the future.
On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 2:17 AM, Stefan li Rous
<stefanlirous at austin.rr.com> wrote:
> Tis the time of holidays and pot lucks.
> We got a request from my sister-in-law for an early Christmas gathering and
> she asked for:
> "please make something that is gluten-free, plant-based (no animal protein
> or fat) and low/no fat to share"
> Huh??? I thought the idea was to share *food*. This request leaves out
> almost all tasty food that I can think of, except fruit and certainly
> everything that I would consider party/feast/festival foods.
> My wife is thinking of some kind of tofu turkey. Shudder. Comments on this
> list centered on if you are going to have fake food, why make it look like
> real food, and I'm agreeing.
> I can see why there were no medieval vegetarians in Iceland. This is however
> (I hope) just one meal.
> Anyone have some good recipe ideas that fit this restriction? Perhaps
> something I might eat if this is the best that shows up? While I try to
> bring period recipes to such non-SCA potlucks, I'm open to both period and
> non-period foods considering how tight this restriction is.
> Not a Vegetarian
> THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
> Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
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