Originally Posted by LSK: Shopping today & noticed 2 new flavors of Qrunch burgers: - sweet curry with lentils - green chile with pinto beans Both are full of flavor and not spicy. "Green chile" - both lids liked "sweet curry" - little kid (3.5 years) liked, but big kid (6.5 years) did not
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I have a quick question. If I submit a recipe, KWFA then owns it? If KWFA reprints the recipe or uses it, would I be mentioned as the original creator or do I loose all rights to it once I submit? Thanks!
I never can find this in a store. I love their Veganaise with the purple top. I so missed BLTs and chicken salad. With Veganaise, tofu and xantham gum, I can even make crab cakes like my MIL (lots of bread crumbs) but it holds together.
They are both great! My son enjoyed the Mac n Cheese for dinner last night, first time he's ever liked a dairy free mac n cheese. I tasted it, it was fantastic. Today for lunch he asked to have sunbutter on the crackers and devoured them. We love Earth Balance products!
Wow thank you for doing the comparison! Interesting that the chickpea has the mildest taste. I recently spotted a new egg replacer powder based on garbanzo flour and chia. I wonder how that would work.
Hello and thanks for posting!! We found them at Whole Foods, and a local grocery store chain that has a large selection of vegan/gluten free/allergy-friendly products and regularly stocks many Earth Balance products. Earth Balance does have a store finder: http://earthbalancenatural.com/store-finder/ , but of course that doesn't tell you what stores carry what products, just that *some* Earth Balance products may be carried there. At least it could give you a place to start when calling...
I know this post is old, but I figured I should add to it since this thread is what I found when searching for this on KFA. I called EB today and they told me the vegan cheddar squares are processed on the same line as products containing soy and milk. I cannot remember what they said about egg since I wrote them off at soy and milk...no peanuts on the line or in the facility. no tree nuts on the line but there are in same facility. Hope this helps someone! Obviously call and confirm...
Originally Posted by chrissyvalenti: I know this post is old, but I figured I should add to it since this thread is what I found when searching for this on KFA. I called EB today and they told me the vegan cheddar squares are processed on the same line as products containing soy and milk. I cannot remember what they said about egg since I wrote them off at soy and milk...no peanuts on the line or in the facility. no tree nuts on the line but there are in same facility. Hope this helps...
I did not ask, but good point. We do trust other brands who have good allergy protocol with cleaning/testing...but those brands are better about having info on packages and websites. The woman I spoke to basically said if you are allergic to those things I wouldn't recommend using the product. but sometimes the right questions make all the difference...maybe I will call back.
I found that these seemed to always come put sticky, but putting them in a convection oven at 170° for an hour or so (or using a food dehydrator) helped make them crisp! Also, once you have the meringue ready, the quicker you get them all piped, the better they will hold their shape (the second batch seemed a bit flat). Thanks for posting this recipie, I wanted to make meringues that my boyfriend (who has an egg allergy) could eat, and everyone who has tried them has said they are good!
Thanks for sharing those tips! I've found they feel a little sticky when they first come out of the oven, but then they are OK after they cool. The last time I made some, I flavored them with lemon extract. They were sooooo good and tasted like a lemon meringue pie cloud!
Welcome, Gillian! That was so sweet of you to come up with a safe recipe for your fellow! What kind of aquafaba did you use? If you need any other egg-free recipes, you can check out the Safe Eats ® Recipe Database . It's searchable by allergen.
Hi Kathy, Yes, I would assume this would do nicely with celery instead of mushroom. I've not made it myself (I'm just now convincing myself that it's okay to eat celery twice a year ). I would suggest replacing the 1 cup of mushrooms with about 3/4 cup diced celery. For the cream of mushroom soup, it is delicious on pasta -- I mix it with broccoli and served on gluten-free pasta. Also--good for casserole; but if you're storing it before use, it will really thicken/condense (garbanzo flour is...
My son has celiac disease and have been looking for something to substitute for the cream soups that are in so many traditional recipes. I made this tonight to try it on green bean casserole minus the French onions and it was amazing. Way better than the can stuff! Thank you so much.
My son just turned 2 and was diagnosed at 18 months. I also have a 4yr old daughter that is dairy free. She can tolerate baked dairy pretty well, but we eliminate all other major dairy sources. Both of my children have also had severe GERD since birth. Jill
The price of these are expensive compared to other pastas, but since they have so much more protein and fiber, maybe it would be a good idea to mix these with your current gluten-free pasta to boost the nutrition of your meal. (If you can't afford to use these solely.)
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