Sunday, 30 October 2011

Vegan MoFo recipe quicklinks II

And now the end is near ... Yes, folks!  Vegan MoFo finishes tomorrow.  But I will be left with lots of recipes to try out and reading to follow up on.  Here is a sample of some of the recipes and other posts that I have bookmarked.

I want this for dinner
Baked apple dijon tofu - The Urban Vegan
Banana corn fritters - Veg-Am
Cauliflower potato burritos - Vegan Cookbook Aficionado
Moo Shu Vegetables in Chickpea Pancakes - The V Word
Nut and Mushroom Loaf - xgfx
Smoky corn, red potato and kale chowder in a bread bowl - Vegans Eat Pencil Shavings
Spanikopita with almond feta - Kitchen Operas
Vegan pasta alla vodka - El Paso Veg Snob
Vegan Yorkshire Puddings - Heathen Vegan

Baking and Sweet Treats 
Caramel Sauce - Dine Well
Carrot Pineapple Cake with Tofu Cream - Aliens Day Out
Choc Nut Frozen Bananas - Veg-Am
Fennel and Black Pepper Bread - The Winged Snail
Peanut Butter Popcorn Cake - Cookbrooke
Raspberry and Lime Raw Cheesecake Truffles - Of the Kitten Kind
Vanilla Slice - Veganise This
Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies - Kale and Cookies

Pumpkin
Pumpkin biscuit rolls - The French Fry Conundrum
Pumpkin Graham Crackers - Vegan Mainstream
Pumpkin granola - Tye dye files
Pumpkin Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies - Scissors and Spice
Pumpkin spinach quiche - West Philly Vegan

Halloween Fun
Blood and Bones (pretzel bones and tomato sauce) - Cookbook Aficionado
Guacamole bats - Fork and Beans
Peppers as jack o lanterns - Spabettie
Spider crackers - PB and Kelly

Great Ideas
Cookie bouquet - The Spade and Spoon
New favourite way to freeze soups and stews (in muffin tin portions) -  Craft Aftermath
Spaghetti and Meatballs Cake - Mo Betta Vegan
Tofu meat - Scissors and spice 
Using spinach to dye mint choc chip ice cream - In the Mood for Noodles

Thought-Provoking
ABCs of Vegan Food survey - This is What I Eat
Comments on Vegetarians in Punch c1848 -  Mr Apes World of Crepes
If the government thinks we should eat more vegetables, why don’t they put cash money behind it? - Veganasaurus
Interview with Carol J Adams (author of The Sexual Politics of Meat) - The V Word
Interview with a four year old vegan - Vegan Linda
My thoughts on being vegan (it's complicated)- Star City Vegan
XGFX survey - Sketch Free Vegan (and lots of other blogs)
I also read a great post about how it is a privilege to be able to chose to be vegan but I have lost the link.

For more, go to Vegan Mofo recipe quicklinks I

This post is part of Vegan Month of Food October 2011.  Go to my Vegan MoFo list for more Vegan MoFo posts.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for including my blog post. I agree, so much inspiration from vegan mofo!

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  2. Oh man, this is awesome - you captured so many things that I've missed! I'm doing my final round-up tomorrow :)

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  3. Johanna! I should be going to bed, not opening a dozen new tabs! :P

    P.S. Thank you!! I thought I was well-up on Vegan MoFo posts, but clearly there's a lot I've missed!

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  4. I love that you have a separate category for pumpkin! Also, great links. I love the interviews with vegan kids!

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  5. This is having a terrible, terrible effect on my already out of control recipe bookmarks :P

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  6. Thanks for getting this one out! Really great recipes. Already made a note of began yorkshire pudding, caramel sauce and tofu meat. All three are really, really novel ideas. I think often vegans are way more creative in the kitchen than standard vegetarians!

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  7. Thanks K - have been enjoying seeing a few friendly faces like yours (metaphorically speaking) in mofo

    Thanks Vegangela - I feel like that every time I see a round up - between us we will share some of the best - look forward to yours

    Thanks Hannah - welcome to my world :-) who can keep up with it all - just so much!

    Thanks FoodFued - am excited that mofo is at the time of the year that means lots of good pumpkin recipes - just love the stuff any old way

    Thanks Lisa

    Thanks Kari - funny how we use bookmarks to organise ourselves and they then become just another aspect of our disorganisation - sorry to add to the pile but all in a good cause

    Thanks Adam and Theresa - glad you find it useful - I agree the vegan recipes are so creative - and when it comes to baking and sweet food there is definitely more creativity and interesting stuff than in regular vegetarian baking

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  8. Thanks for including me in your roundup Johanna. I’ve seriously bookmarked so many recipes and have added so many new blogs to my reader I don’t know where to start! I’m diggin’ all the mofo love that’s going around, what a great month.

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  9. Oh, you are fantastic! Love your blog :) xx

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  10. A great list. So many blogs I want to check now! :)

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