What a fantastic month of vegan cooking, shopping, eating, reviewing, reading, learning and mistake making it has been! I don’t think I’ve eaten better at any point in my life. Not only health-wise but taste-wise too.
Here’s a list of dinners we had from the very first day to now:
Nov 1st: Wizard’s Reply Pasta with Zucchini & Tomato Sauce
Nov 2nd: Seitan Tacos
Nov 3rd: Seitan Pot Roast
Nov 4th: Pinto Bean Tacos
Nov 5th: Aglio e Olio
Nov 6th: Seitan & Beans
Nov 7th: Curry Noodles with Seitan
Nov 8th: Brown Rice & Spaghetti Squash Stirfry
Nov 9th: Vegan Dagwoods
Nov 10th: Green Bean Casserole
Nov 11th: The Who Needs Cheese? Pizza Casserole
Nov 12th: Split Pea & Barley Soup
Nov 13th: Spaghetti with Homemade Marinara & Garlic Bread
Nov 14th: Black Beans & Bananas with Jerk Rice
Nov 15th: Black Beans & Brown Rice Burritos
Nov 16th: Bell Pepper-Zucchini-Onion-Garlic Noodles in Tahini Sauce
Nov 17th: Not Plain Ol’ Salad with Garlic Bread
Nov 18th: Brinner
Nov 19th: Black Bean Sliders on Jalapeño Buns & Sweet Potato Fries with Homemade Chipotle Ketchup & Stone-Ground Mustard Aioli
Nov 20th: Chipotle Chili & Salad
Nov 21st: Chili with Black Bean Bits
Nov 22nd: Broccoli-Zucchini-Onion Brown Rice Stir-Fry
Nov 23rd: Sandwiches*
Nov 24th: Fridge Meal*
Nov 25th: Thanksgiving Meal
Nov 26th: Organic Mushroom Sandwiches
Nov 27th: Soup with Garlic Bread & Apple Strudel
Nov 28th: Stuffin’
Nov 29th: Soup with Red Potatoes & Toast
*These posts were not about dinner but this is what we ate
I did manage to post something every day which I feel is a HUGE accomplishment considering how busy November turned out to be. We started out really strong with keeping track of the budget but as we started a ukulele ensemble and decided to host and cook Thanksgiving dinner for ourselves plus friends, we got sidetracked. We almost had a different meal every night for dinner and we ate very well. All in all, I consider our very first Vegan MoFo a success!
Come back tonight for our final MoFo meal…
We just got in from band practice. It’s cold out there! So of course we want something warm and delicious to compensate for the chilly weather. We figure what better way to see MoFo out than to tackle a vegan mac’n’cheese? There is no better way! I’m excited to see how this baby turns out. We’re using organic rice spelt noodles for the “mac” portion and the “cheese” part is a nutch-based sauce. We got the recipe from VegWeb which if you don’t know about it, you really should check it out.
Be back after dinner!
Okay. It wasn’t bad. But it wasn’t exactly what I was expecting either. Literate Zombie and I both felt like there was too much nutritional yeast. A few spices were missing too. But all in all, we have bellies full of not-so-bad vegan mac’n’cheeze. And chips and ranch[ish] dressing and seared slices of firm tofu.
And with that, I close our little piece for Vegan MoFo IV. We are completely satisfied with our MoFo experience and will be back again next year with maybe a more interesting theme that we totally stick to