I buy Vegan Gourmet from Planet Organic on Quinpool in Halifax. I only put a bit on the garlic fingers because I don't like the texture enough to put a lot, but I like the taste. It melts well under the broiler in less than a minute. I've also made vegan donair sauce for my garlic fingers for those east coast canadians who know what that is...(when i was in ontario nobody knew what donair sauce was)...
Garlic fingers are more like pizza, and instead of pizza sauce, you spread garlic butter and top it with cheese and you can sprinkle some parsley on top to make it pretty. YUM! Americans, you are missing out on something good when you dip these in donair sauce!
Donair sauce: equal parts soymilk and sugar(let's say 1/3 cup each). Vinegar thicken this (about 3 Tbsp, add one at a time, mix and wait for it to thicken), then add garlic powder to taste, you will need a lot.
This won't be as thick as the stuff you get at pizza places for those of you who know what I'm talking about. But there is Silk brand creamer and next time I am going to try it with that instead of soymilk to get it thicker.
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