VEGAN COLLEGE COOKBOOK : COLLEGE COOKBOOK
Vegan college cookbook : Great american cookies company.
Vegan College Cookbook
- A book containing recipes and other information about the preparation and cooking of food
- a book of recipes and cooking directions
- The Cookbook is the sixth studio album by American rapper Missy Elliott, released by The Goldmind Inc. and Atlantic Records on July 5, 2005, in the United States.
- A cookbook is a book that contains information on cooking. It typically contains a collection of recipes, and may also include information on ingredient origin, freshness, selection and quality.
- An educational institution or establishment, in particular
- College (Latin: collegium) is a term most often used today in Ireland and the United States to denote a degree-awarding tertiary educational institution and in other English-speaking countries to refer to a secondary school in private educational systems.
- (within a university) A school offering a general liberal arts curriculum leading only to a bachelor's degree
- One providing higher education or specialized professional or vocational training
- the body of faculty and students of a college
- an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university
- A person who does not eat or use animal products
- Wine is sometimes made with animal products. While wine is essentially made from grapes, on occasion animal products are used in small amounts in the production process, and these wines may not be suitable to be part of a vegetarian or vegan diet.
- a strict vegetarian; someone who eats no animal or dairy products at all
- Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock uses the word vegan to refer to fictional creatures responsible for the death of The Legend, the oldest of a plant-like species known as mounds. The concept of a vegan is based largely on the more common usage of the word (see Vegan).
Adventures in Candy-making: Gladcow's Soda Cracker Candy
Cooling off in the pan
I don't think I've ever successfully made candy of any type, but I gave this recipe the ol' college try. As usual, I, uh, had to improvise a bit. It wasn't until I was already knee deep into the process that I realized that:
1) I didn't have enough brown sugar;
2) I didn't have any parchment paper or waxed paper; and,
3) i didn't have enough crackers.
1) I threw about 1/4 cup of natural sugar (don't know what kind, I threw the label away a long time ago, but it smells like caramel) in to make up the difference in brown sugar.
2) I decided to just use aluminum foil, but when I pulled it out, realized that I didn't have enough to cover the cookie sheet. After a lengthy search of every cabinet and drawer in the kitchen, I scrounged up a clean piece of foil remnant to use.
3) I switched to a smaller cookie sheet and was just able to cover the bottom.
The "Peanut Noodle" recipe from the "Vegan Bytes" cookbook with the addition of onions and bell pepper.
Appropriate for the book audience -- teens and young adults in the high school/college/first flat age.
Not bad, but needs a little work for my tastes. I like mine a lot spicier and probably with some coconut milk in there somewhere.
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