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From: Leslie (id-cralid-cuda1a-54-61.losaca.adelphia.net)
Subject: About subs for shellfish . . .
Date: August 27, 2003 at 7:55 pm PST

In Reply to: Seeking Advice posted by Amanda on August 12, 2003 at 9:36 pm:

You might check out some Asian vegan versions of fish, shrimp, for example. I don't know where you live but in Seattle there is an excellent vegan Asian restaurant (It is SUCH an experience to go to a restaurant and pick ANYTHING OFF THE MENU!!) that makes a wonderful tofu shrimp, it is in a delicious red sauce, it's deep fried and it's to die for. I understand that Chinese, etc, have come a long way, a lot further than us westerners, in making subs.

I have also seen recipes for faux fixh cakes, you might try something like that, one recipe I saw in Veggie Life and another I got I think from this site, maybe ask Chef Deb. I haven't tried them but am going to. You can also make things like "clam" chowder, Bryanna on New Veggies has a wonderful recipe, so unique and delish using dulce as the ingredient that makes it taste "fishy".

I have found that there is virtually nothing you can't make vegan if you want to. Anything you can't make vegan isn't worth eating anyway, there is literally no limit to the interesting and delicious foods you can make in your vegan home!!



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