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    Hummus has inspired me to make other beans' spreads.

    Thank you Darcy for the potassium soup, zucchini pastas and the nut pate recipe.

    Nut pate of some kind (like soaked nuts, lemon juice, sundried tomatoes or pomegranate molasses, smoked paprika, lemon juice)

    After a really big craving for traditional pate, I found a way to make, or most likely bought one with mushrooms, but, I think, one of the ingredient was palm oil, so I never bought it again.

    Trader Joe has brie cheese with mushrooms inside. It is really tasty, and an easy way to make baked brie.

    That store also has a jar of sesame seed paste that has a nutty flavor, without the nuts. It makes a great chocolate dessert with melted chocolate chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by backpack View Post
    Hummus has inspired me to make other beans' spreads.

    Thank you Darcy for the potassium soup, zucchini pastas and the nut pate recipe.

    Nut pate of some kind (like soaked nuts, lemon juice, sundried tomatoes or pomegranate molasses, smoked paprika, lemon juice)

    After a really big craving for traditional pate, I found a way to make, or most likely bought one with mushrooms, but, I think, one of the ingredient was palm oil, so I never bought it again.

    Trader Joe has brie cheese with mushrooms inside. It is really tasty, and an easy way to make baked brie.

    That store also has a jar of sesame seed paste that has a nutty flavor, without the nuts. It makes a great chocolate dessert with melted chocolate chips.
    That's great info - thank you, backpack!
    So many bags. And I love them all.

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    Thank you for that, Darcy! It's great to hear other people's ideas - so much I would never have thought of!
    So many bags. And I love them all.

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    Going vegetarian - tips?

    My favourite vegetarian food at the moment is pad Thai. Or any stir fry really.

    We eat vegetarian most nights. Being Indian origin though means my wife and I are used to eating lentils etc often anyway. While we’re not vegetarians we tend to eat meat once a week. Mostly salmon but that gets quite expensive so hence the once a week thing.

    Anyway I find stir fry is the easiest quickest food to make.

    Hot wok (or deepish pan) with nice curved edges and just throw veggies in it ( my go to is baby corn, cabbage, cauliflower, zucchini, bean sprouts, carrrot) and rice noodles. Season with simple herbs and spices. Fresh chillies, peanuts, garlic, ginger, soy sauce (or if you’re adventurous and don’t mind the sweetish tastes then ketjap manis... thank me later) and lemon juice. Just start throwing things in one at a time and the biggest tip with stir frying is only do a bit at a time. Make two individual servings instead of making two servings at once. It comes out waaaaay better that way.... unless you have a huge wok.


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