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Cooking: Tofu Eggs

Try this great tofu eggs recipe!
12oz pack firm tofu
3 tbs. Vegan Butter/oil
Yellow curry (recommend jamaican curry)
1/2 tsp Salt
Black pepper (optional)
Frying pan/wok
Take the tofu out of its package and let it drain on paper towels.
Heat up frying pan/wok with butter/oil (covers the bottom). When the butter starts to simmer, put in the tofu, then smash the tofu to scramble fry it. 
Coat across the top of the tofu in the frying pan with the curry.  Stir, then coat across the top again.  Salt and continue to stir fry tofu until it resembles eggs!  Enjoy!

Cooking: Textured Vegetable Protein

Textured Vegetable Protein for all of your grounded applications (rotel, spaghetti, sloppy joe, tacos, mock tuna and more)! I have found TVP in Whole Foods bulk grain section, have found it in Krogers health food section, and in ethnic grocery stores dry food section!
How to prepare:
2 cups dry TVP
Put TVP into bowl with a lid.
Fill bowl with water to 1/2" above TVP line.
Cover bowl and let TVP hydrate for 10 minutes.
Once TVP is hydrated,  drain excess water.
Heat frying pan/wok.
Put oil in pan and let get hot but not smoking.
Carefully spoon drop TVP, making sure each spoonfuls are coated with the oil until all in the skillet are coated.
Stir-fry until TVP gets crispy or resembles a meatless ground.
Be careful not to let the TVP burn!
*Burned TVP does not taste delicious.*
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Cooking: Southern Biscuits

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Dairy-free light and fluffy Southern-style biscuits!
1 cup self-rise flour
4 tbs. cold vegan butter
1/2 cup dairy-free milk
1/2 tsp. turbinado sugar
pinch salt
Pre-heat oven to 400 derees.
Mix flour, sugar and salt in mixing bowl.
Cut cold butter into small pea-sized pieces, toss-in with flour.
Add Milk a little at a time, stirring to get a soft dough ball (but dont stir too much).
Turn soft dough ball onto floured surface and pat flat with your hands to 1" thick slab.
Melt butter and pour into baking pan.

Cut biscuit shapes, coat tops and bottom with butter and place into baking pan.
Bake 15 minutes middle/top rack or until bottoms and sides are golden.


Cooking: Dinner Parties