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If a vegan friend visited you today, what could you make for them?

 
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"I would love to serve him Gluten-free Vegan Lasagna.This vegan twist on lasagna replaces pasta and meat, with zucchini and eggplant ribbons, lentils, and pesto. I got this one from iahas.com and it was delicious.
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I would totally make them an  Allulose. I know they are quite sweet and not a lot of people like its taste, but trust me, the allulose that i make is mind blowing. If anyone tastes it, they would go crazy for it. Sweet and tasty Allulose  is the best thing to serve to anyone.

 
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Build your own Buddha bowl. I've been eating these for over a week because my salad greens are so amazing right now.

So, for the base of the bowl, a salad made from any or all of the ingredients in the picture:
Pea greens
Viola leaves and flowers
Lamb's lettuce
Chives
Salad burnet
Kale
Various mustard greens (frilly purple leafed variety pictured)
Not pictured, but also available:
Turnip greens
Beet greens
Radish greens
Purple leaf lettuce
Various herbs

Cooked chickpeas

Choice of:
Brown rice
Millet

Cooked vegetables:
Beets
Squash
Parsnip

Raw vegetables:
All the cooked options
Carrots
Radish pods
Mushrooms

Dressing:
Tahini miso ginger
Peanut curry

Toppings:
Various allium greens
Toasted sunflower or sesame seeds
Raw pepitas
Raisins
Dried apricots
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Salad ingredients
Salad ingredients
 
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Today it would be leek and potato soup (potatoes in the cupboard, leeks in the ground), home made bread (in the freezer) to be followed by flapjacks (oats, oil and golden syrup - is the latter available anywhere outside Britain?). There's always something suitable in the cupboard, e.g. rice, dried pulses etc so having a vegan friend visit wouldn't be too much of a problem and perhaps they could help cook?
 
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Ara Murray wrote: flapjacks (oats, oil and golden syrup - is the latter available anywhere outside Britain?).



You can get it in Canada - it's even made here. But the grocery store I shop at sells Lyle's for any expats feeling nostalgic 😁  

We always used golden syrup on our pancakes growing up and friends sleeping over always thought it was so weird😆
 
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