If you haven't tried Vive's Lemon Herb Tofu yet I highly recommend you step on it and get to making this wonderful (what will soon be in your house, too) household staple. I haven't marinated tofu to bake since I started making it this way. It's so great! so much flavor! (and you can mash it all up for really yummy salads, too!).
Tonight we had that and some roasted herbed red and sweet potatoes with onion, topped with kale (i just boil it and then add a little sea salt after straining...mmmmmm).with a little side of leftover Punk Rock Chickpea Gravy, like so:I love how amazingly sweet sweet potatoes get when you roast 'em. Such a yummy meal. Nice and hardy as I'm not able to eat again until tomorrow after my CT scan, and who knows what time that will end up being. Don't feel bad for me, tho, since I totally plan to treat myself to something wonderful as I'll be in an actual town with actual vegan options the minute they let me loose after the procedure. woohoo! i'm giddy with anticipation. :)
And am I the last one on earth to discover these...? I like to make my own patties of different sorts, but really like the convenience once in a while of just heating and eating. And with ingredients like these, I can feel good about doing just that. I loved them! Served with some homemade agave mustard and sprouts on a sprouted grain roll with an asian pear, this was a great lunch I can't wait to have again!
The asian pears have been looking especially good lately at the store. I'm thinking I want to do something with them and ginger, mmmmm.....
Tomorrow night we're having seitan made today. How cool is this picture?!I can't believe I went all those years hating seitan just because I'd never tried to make it myself. It's so easy and so much tastier than store bought versions! Now I make it, have it one night, freeze the rest, and just when I want it again, there it is! Praise Seitan!