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26 Jun 2006

Favorite Vegan Recipe Blogs

Want ideas of what to cook ? The fabulous thing about Blogs is that they are are frequently updated so you have many tasty, healthy, nutritional recipes to choose from, on tap. Before I go shopping I pop into the blogs below to get ideas of what I want to cook and what to add to my shopping list.

They are in no particular order as all have wonderful food and most have pics which make my stomach rumble.

Fatfree Vegan Kitchen
http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/

Adventures in low-fat vegan cooking.

Vegan Lunch Box
http://veganlunchbox.blogspot.com/
A vegan activist who loves to cook.

The Vegan Recipe Club
http://theveganclub.blogspot.com/
A private club for vegans to meet and relax in a (finally) cruelty free safe zone. Recipes, life stories, ideas... enter in the Club to find out! Links to members vegan recipe blogs.

What The Hell Does A Vegan Eat Anyway?
http://veganmenu.blogspot.com/
A simple vegan blog about what we eat everyday.

Yeah, that "Vegan" Shit
http://yeahthatveganshit.blogspot.com/
Vegan recipes that will make you scream with unbridled pleasure.

Vegan.Raw - The Ultimate Diet for Weight Loss
http://vegandiet.blogspot.com
Get resources, recipes, tips and encouragement on adopting a vegan / raw lifestyle for your best health.

Vegan Feast Kitchen
http://veganfeastkitchen.blogspot.com/
The kitchen journal of a vegan food writer.

Absolutely Green
http://absolutegreen.blogspot.com/
French/English recipe blog.

My Life as a Vegan
http://aveganlife.blogspot.com/
Recipes, food diaries, tips, and more.

Vegan Lunchcast
http://www.veganlunchcast.com
What one grownup vegan takes to work for lunch everyday.

The Pythagorean Life
http://sorchah92.blogspot.com
Vegan recipes.

Vegan Momma
http://veganmomma.com/blog
A single mom who loves to cook.


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Recipe of the Day from Yeah That Vegan Shit

Beer Cookies

These are by no means the most amazing thing I've ever baked--they come out light and squishy and sweet but aren't knock-your-socks-off--but hell, they're a lot of fun to make, mostly because a batch only requires about 3/4 of a beer, so you'll end up dancing around your apartment while you bake, downing the excess in your bottles so as *not to be wasteful* ahem yes that's the reason. *AND* they were incidentally vegan (as in, I was roaming aimlessly looking at recipes and stumbled across these babies on a non-vegan website)--alls you gotta do is use some vegan beer in the recipe, and your vegan friends will love ya.

These yielded a tiny bit shy of 2 dozen cookies.

2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 cup packed vegan brown sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 cup vegan butter (I think I used Soy Garden brand)
1 1/4 cups room temperature beer (When I baked these cookies most recently, I used their Holy Moses beer.
1/2 cup chopped walnuts

1. Cream together the butter or margarine and the brown sugar. Cut in flour, baking soda and spice.
2. Blend in beer slowly to form a soft dough.
3. Drop by teaspoonfuls and top with a walnut piece.
4. Bake 12-15 minutes at a 350 degree F (175 degrees C) oven until lightly brown. Cool one minute on cookie sheet and remove to wire rack. (from All Recipes.com)

The cookies were nicely squishy (which I like in a cookie) and gave you potent enough beer breath that it had the added amusement of making everyone at work smell like they'd just dragged themselves out of an awake-through-the-morning drinking binge.

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