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March 26, 2008

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Ricki

Lucy, this looks fabulous! I am a total convert to nut roast, having never had it until about a month ago.

I totally agree about faux meats, though--the processed fake bacon, soy "chik'n" etc.--all are utterly unappealing to me! I think they must have been invented for people whose doctors told them to eliminate meat, when all they really wanted was a double-triple cheeseburger-bacon-sausage sandwich. I don't think of nut loaf as faux meat, though--just something else that happens to be baked in a loaf pan, then sliced (and then devoured by me).

vegeyum

Hmm. I Love the look of your nut roast and bee's. Must get out the old cookbooks and try your recipe (sans eggs) and some variations.

I don't do the home faux meat thing, especially after someone who shared my house bought vegetarian sausages. Yech! But I do like the Vietnamese Vegetarian "meat" dishes. There is a Vegetarian Buddhist restaurant near me that does the best dishes, even tho they are supposed to replicate non-veg, I love them for their own sake.

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