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Vegan Jambalaya

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By McDonald, T. | Date 29th of June 2020 This is another easy to make meal that is quick to prepare.  Very light and colourful and 100% vegan. Ingredients Basmati rice 1/2 a red bell pepper Kidney beans 3 cloves of garlic Cabbage Peas Sultanas Vegetable stock Paprika Cayenne chilli pepper 1/2 tsp of turmeric 2 tsp of soy source 1 tsp of tomato puree  Spring onion  Apparatus 2 Suitable sized source pans Sharp knife Wooden spoon Chopping board Measuring jug Method Rinse the rice two or three times and drain. Boil the rice in a source pan until soft. While the rice is heating in a source pan, chop the cabbage and bell pepper into bite size pieces and add to the other source pan. Add the peas, kidney beans and sultanas and poor on the stock. Add the turmeric, cayenne pepper, paprika, soy source, tomato, puree then give it a good stir. Mince and add the garlic. When the rice is ready, add it to the source and stir. Let it simmer for a minute

Carpenter’s Soup

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By McDonald, T.   |  Date 29th of June 2020 This meal is very quick and easy to prepare, yet still packs a lot of flavour.  Humble and light meal that is great with some sourdough.  100% vegan.  It is worth noting, although very rare, some backers use milk to make the sourdough instead of water making the sourdough not vegan.   Ingredients Broccoli Green Lentils 1/3 of a can Cabbage A tomato Horseradish source Veggie stock cube 1/2 tsp of tarmac 1/2 tsp of paprika Apparatus Suitable sized source pan Sharp knife Wooden spoon Chopping board Measuring jug Method Chop the broccoli, cabbage and tomato into bit size pieces and put them in the saucepan. Add the green lentils. Make the stock in the measuring jug with the tarmac and paprika. Poor in the stoke and bring to the boil.   As soon as it starts to boil, reduce the heat to a simmer. Cook until broccoli is tender.  Serve with spilt bread.  Hope you liked the blog.  Leave a comment about if you

Trinity Oats

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By McDonald, T.   |  Date 28th of June 2020 Breakfast will never be the same with this delicious treat. You can eat this at any time of the day and it will be both stratifying and filling. The Goji berries represent the blood of Christ while the fruit and nuts represent the fruits of the Holy Spirit and the oats represent God the Father.  100% vegan. Serves 1 Ingredients 1/2 a cup of Rolled oats  1 cup of soya milk  1 tsp chia seeds  1/2 a banana  1/4 tsp of cinnamon   4 Crushed walnuts 4 Chopped pecan nuts   25g of blueberries 10g Goji  berries 10g Sultanas  A sprinkle of vegan chocolate beans  1/2 tsp of vanilla essence  Salt to taste 1/2 tsp of sugar Apparatus A jar Small frying pan   Method Put the 1/2 a cup of oats into the jar with the goji berries the sultanas, the cinnamon, the sugar and the salt into the jar.   Poor the milk in, add the vanilla essence and give it a good stir.  Place in a fridge overnight.  In the morning, the berries will

4 Great Novena Meals.

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Novena means nine days. During the nine days there is praying and sometimes fasting, which means giving something up. Many chose to give up food such as swapping out breakfast and dinner for prayer and closeness to God. Sometimes people fast for longer but in multiples of nine and eating normally on the tenth day.  If you are fasting food then you might decide to just have lunch.  By McDonald, T.   |  Date 28th of June 2020 Latin fried potato salad with avocado and sourdough This great food is straight out of comfort factory. It is packed with flavour, colour and is extremely customisable.  In addition, this is a vegetarian dish that is easily converted to a vegan dish by swapping the butter for vegan butter.  Easily prepared and ready in 40 minutes from start to finish. Read more… Vegan Jambalaya   A mainly rice dish with lots of colour that is ready in around 20 minutes .  The trick to this dish is to get the source right. Very light meal and 100%

Latin fried potato salad with avocado and fried sourdough.

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By McDonald, T.   |  Date 28th of June 2020 If you are looking for a light easy to prepare comfort food that is meat free, this is for you.  This dish is colourful, tasty and needn't be expensive.  To make this tasty dish vegan, swap the butter for a vegan alternative.   Serves 1 Ingredients Cherry tomatoes 1 Small carrot sliced longways 2 New potatoes 1/2 Red bell pepper 1/2 Avocado Spring Onions Slice of sourdough Butter/vegan butter Apparatus Small saucepan Large frying pan with lid Sharp knife Spatula Method Clean and cut the potatoes in half.   Boil in the saucepan until soft enough to push a fork though easily.   Drain potatoes and leave to dry and cool.   Cut the carrots into strips, cut the red pepper into bit size pieces and cut the cherry tomatoes in half.    Spray some olive oil in the frying pan, add the potato halves and carrot strips.   Cover with lid.   Cook on a low to medium heat, turning occasionally until potatoes start to turn g