|Vegan Korean BBQ chicken! Rice Noodle Ramen with Miso!|
I haven't spotted my favorite bread yet, so I decided to try Eureka! bread. I had never heard of it, and it was two dollars cheaper than other similar breads. I got Seeds the Day, and it is amazing! This is the Hulk of breads. It has flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, black and white sesame seeds, and poppy seeds. I made a big cold veggie sandwich for dinner with red and fresh banana peppers, lettuce, cucumber, hummus, relish, and mustard, and the sandwich stayed intact! It has a good hearty taste that reminds me of my hippie mom (in the best way possible.) I'm eager to try the other varieties, not sure if they are all vegan or not, so read labels! Give it a try if you can find it, and enjoy heartier breads.
Speaking of great vegan deals, I have to talk about Trader Joe's vegan shreds. I mentioned that they pass the Dylan taste test(paws up) and also the taste and meltability impressed a picky non vegan when used on a pizza, and also a pasta dish. It's also cheaper than any vegan cheese I've ever seen, even the grody ones. I only saw Mozzarella, not sure if they have cheddar or other flavors. I know it isn't daiya, so I'm not sure which cheese it is, but this stuff really does melt like a dream. It looks the most authentic when your pizza comes out of the oven. It also has a mild taste, so it's really more of a texture thing. I smelled it cold, and there is no way I will be tasting it cold. I have Chao, and the new FYH slices for that purpose. I think I paid $2.99 for the bag, which is almost half of the cost of daiya. Well worth it, especially if you want to impress some non-vegans.