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Vegans & Vegetarians

A place where the non-meat eaters can come to share stories, recipes, laughs and everything else!

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Comment by Misia on August 4, 2013 at 9:25pm

Just discovered this group. I've been a vegan for a few years now. I first went for my health, and then got interested in animal welfare later on. Glad to be here. :-)

Comment by Alaina on April 24, 2013 at 4:55pm

Hi Everyone. I'm a new vegan, and have been since early March. I was vegetarian on and off since 2000, and have decided to make the ethical choice to go vegan once and for all! I'm very excited about this path I'm on, and want to know if any of you know any vegan recipes for Beltane? Recipes without honey??

Comment by Iraja on May 11, 2012 at 2:29pm

You are right. I just got on FB but almost everyone I know is on there. Look me up, Mona Mehas.

Comment by Moonwaters on May 11, 2012 at 2:06pm

Most people are at FB! This used to be a great place to come to!

Comment by Iraja on April 30, 2012 at 8:16pm

Yes it seems most of the groups I'm in arent active lately. Dont know why.

Comment by Shadowdancer on January 16, 2012 at 7:21pm

hi and MM, wish I would have found this before Thanksgiving.  I have a family member who is vegetarian so hope you have yummy stuff here.

Comment by Jonathan Freeman on November 18, 2011 at 4:15pm

Here are additional vegan recipes for Thanksgiving:

Comment by Jonathan Freeman on September 8, 2011 at 5:22pm

Jane, where do you get the nutritional yeast? In bulk or in a bag. I want to start experimenting with that ingredient.

Comment by Jonathan Freeman on September 7, 2011 at 7:06pm

I started with a recipe but I usually just go with what I have on hand. Here is what got me started (as copied from a friend's comment):



1 cup pine nuts, soaked 6-8 hours

Rinse & dehydrate until dry and crunchy.

Place in food processor and grid up fine. If too moist after grinding, place again and dehydrate for another 24 hrs. Keep refrigerate. Makes one cup. 

Some variation:

crumble up one half of cauliflower until mealy, using a fine grater. Mix with 1/2 cup ground dehydrated pine nuts. It's great for pasta dishes!



1 cup soaked pine nuts 

1/2 cup soaked cashew nuts 

11/2 cup rejuuvelac (anyone knows what is it??)

Blend nuts and rejuvelac until smooth and let ferment for 6 hrs. Scoop off the top layer and spread out in dehydrator 1/4 inch thick. Dehydrate for 6 hrs. then flip over and continue for 1-2 hrs more. Break up into small pieces and store in the fridge.



~ 1cup soaked almonds (soaked overnight)

~ 1/4 cup soaked macadamia nuts (soaked for 3 hrs)

~ 1 bell pepper, chopped

~ 1 tbs nutritional yeast flakes

~ 1 clove garlic

~ 1/2 tsp sea salt

lime or lemon


Rinse nuts, blend with all the ingredients till smooth!


But my basic recipe is

1 cup sunflower seeds soaked then drained (Forgot this one time.)

1 jalapeno

juice of one lemon

fresh garlic 1 or 2 gloves crushed

Combine in food processor until smooth. May need a bit more water so that it blends easier.

Comment by Jonathan Freeman on September 6, 2011 at 1:11pm
@RL I have been on the same journey myself. I have started making nut cheeses to cut down on dairy.

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