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#61 Old 09-13-2010, 09:38 AM
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huh thanks everyone that settles it I think!

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#62 Old 12-20-2010, 03:09 PM
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I will definitely be trying this! Anything with garlic always catches my eye. Thanks!
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was a hit with me!

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This will be my Christmas dinner!

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#65 Old 12-23-2010, 10:20 PM
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Froggy that looks SOOO good.



I think I am going to try this tommorow. I actually have all the ingredients on hand! That never happens.



I'm thinking kamut linguine, the sauce, and brocolli!

ooooh some steamed broccoli bits would be amazing with this sauce

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Oh my god I made this tonight for myself because my family was having steak for Christmas. THE BEST bowl of spaghetti I have ever had in my life, this will definitely be one of my regulars at family dinners.

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I just made a lasagne for the family with this, and it was a hit!!! Noodles, spinach mixture (clean out the freezer, anyone)? and this sauce was just...

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I just made a lasagne for the family with this, and it was a hit!!! Noodles, spinach mixture (clean out the freezer, anyone)? and this sauce was just...

I've used this for baked pasta dishes too! I made this, a batch of marinara sauce, and some tofu ricotta, mixed them in a casserole dish with some cooked penne, topped it all off with a layer of daiya, and baked it up. Delicious!

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I've used this for baked pasta dishes too! I made this, a batch of marinara sauce, and some tofu ricotta, mixed them in a casserole dish with some cooked penne, topped it all off with a layer of daiya, and baked it up. Delicious!

Wow.... You are brilliant! I need to get a food processor ASAP.

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Wow.... You are brilliant! I need to get a food processor ASAP.

Werewolf Girl, I've done this in the blender before, so that might work for you if that's all you've got. I didn't have a great blender, so I didn't even attempt the cashews on their own. I blended them with the pasta water. The only difference with this method is that it doesn't get as thick, so I made about a tablespoon of roux (with EB and flour) and it is PERFECT.

Though, food processors are really fun. I just got one last month and everything has been processed in it since the day I brought it home.
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This sounds really good!  Can't wait to try.  Vegan recipes never taste exactly like dairy.  I always re-name them, so family and friends won't prime their taste buds for the original version, but will open their minds and taste buds to trying something new. When I enjoy a new recipe on it's own merits, without comparing to past favorites, I have more fun.

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