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03/05/2010

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Mary Ann

Yummy! I am going to make this tommorow!!!! Thanks for sharing.

Jacqueline

My pleasure, it's delicious! Do come back and let me know how you liked it.

Jessica

Hash browns. Interesting idea :) I'll have to give this a try!

Jacqueline

Let me know what you think after you try it, Jessica!

Bliss Doubt

I've never been a fan of fake meats and cheeses, but it's been a decade since I abandoned veggie burgers. A friend of mine encouraged me to try the latest generation of analogs, so I bought some "mexican chipotle" flavor field roast sausages. Wow, they're so good in soups. I plan to try them in tacos with corn tortilla shells. Since they're made of vital wheat gluten, I think of them as bread, so I guess I wouldn't put them in meat pies with wheat pie crust, or on a sandwich bun, but in soups, or cut up in a dish of beans, or for breakfast next to some hash browns, they taste great and hold their texture. I find I buy them and they don't go old and moldy in my fridge, which says a lot.

Jacqueline

Thanks for the tip, Bliss. I have not heard of those field vegetarian roast sausages, but I'll look for them when I'm at Whole Foods. There are some fake meats I like and others I don't. Just depends on the brand. They can certainly be handy in some recipes, though!

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