>Health and Nutrition>Calling all non-dairy vegetarians!
I don't think we're alone, by any means....
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...do they really not taste kind of off?
But then, I substitute for eggs, peanuts and milk with everything. We're bound to be screwed up over here!
a peanut mill and will make fresh PB
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
The health food store in Montague has a peanut mill and will make fresh PB, too, but they are $$. Nice store, though...ever been in there?
Utopian Market is it? Yes, a couple times! If the one in Whitehall doesn't have what I need, I travel onto them. They'll order anything that you need if they don't have it too!
Well, probably if you just chugged a glass of soy milk today or had a soybutter sandwich, you'd say, "she's nuts"! It has "grown" on me a little...but honestly, and maybe my tastebuds are weird, but I love the stuff now! Until we found this Maranatha peanut butter, I wouldn't eat Jif vs. soybutter for anything. Actually, I still just go ahead and eat soybutter! The milk I can not to this day just drink a glass of the stuff. Although- I made some AWESOME "eggnogg" (it had no eggs) the other day that we just guzzled down! Turning it into chocolate milk is decent too...have to use regular as the vanilla for us is too sweet. So, yeah, they're a little off because they are a totally different product, but I think it's all great- at least the stuff we've used so far! But then, I substitute for eggs, peanuts and milk with everything. We're bound to be screwed up over here!
There are actually a lot of traditional pizzas that have no cheese on them. Domino's does not deliver them, but you can find them all over Italy or New York. In Mexico, cheese is not commonly used. The use of a lot of cheese tends not to be traditional to the indiginous cultures, but rather an added ingredient once these things came into our culture.
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