The now classic bean and seitan steamed sausage. It’s as easy as steamed sausage! I make a 4x batch of this with Pinto Beans and add a cup of oats. I also like to use extra water to make a sloppy four loaves and wrap those in foil. Then steam for 55 minutes in pot or pressure cooker. — Read on www.isachandra.com/2012/01/vegan_sausage/
In case this is your first time making a vegan sausage, here’s what’s going down: You’re going to mash some beans in a mixing bowl and then throw in the other ingredients and mix. Then you’re going to roll ’em in tinfoil like a Tootsie Roll, and steam them. And then, like magic, you will have vegan sausages. Easiest thing in the world! A few versions of these sausages appear inVegan Brunch.
Kate, the dogs, and I drove up to my sisters for Thanksgiving this year. Even though I still had to work we were able to get dinner from Green before heading to Caroline’s home and eating.
The drive from Tucson was light on traffic and uneventful. Even with less traffic it was still unsurprising to see idiots driving well over 20mph over the speed limit.
Green was another story. We had to park almost a block down the street there were so many cars. This is the 11th year for ThanksLiving and Damon and his staff really outdid themselves. Picking up the food was quick and easy.
Eating the food was a joy. They really did a great job this year. The turkey was perfect along with the potatoes and stuffing and Brussel sprouts. The best part was that we didn’t have to cook or clean anything except our forks.
The live interview has passed with Kristin Lajeunesse about Will Travel for Vegan Food. Now you can watch the recording here. Roger did a good job of keeping his mouth shut and learning more about Kristin’s adventure and new book which you can get on her publishers website Vegan Publishers or at Amazon where it is currently the best seller for Solo Travel Guides!
Watch the recording of our video interview with Kristin of Will Travel for Vegan Food
In the interview we talk about her new book and how it came about. Kristin shares some pointers on preparing for a journey like this. Hint: Get a notebook and keep track of what you want to do and why. We learn about the vegan scene in Fargo North Dakota (spoiler: its pretty awesome) and the lack of a scene in Alaska (come on alaska lets get it going =). Kristin shares her thoughts on vegan activism and specifically a group she works with Farm Animal Rights Movement.
On April 29th 1pm Eastern Roger will be interviewing Chef Damon Brasch of Green New American Vegetarian. One topic of interest will be the history of the building that the Phoenix location calls home. Damon and crew remodeled it a few years ago with a number of refinements and artistic flair. Join us live and take part in the Q&A or watch the recording posted on Youtube.
Besides being a great place to eat Green is also 100% vegan. So you can get all your comfort food craving without harming any animals. Damon has built a really amazing business around serving vegan food to anyone and everyone. You can get a salad but we tend to focus on the Big Wac, his take on the Big Mac.
Tune in and learn more about the highly acclaimed Chef Damon Brasch and some Phoenix history.