so whadda you do when you have to work the day after x-mas? yes-yes, cry a little on the inside because all your friends and family members have the day off and are chillaxing in front of the t.v. stuffin' their faces with great food. here's what i did: i softened the blow of workin' and made an awesome breakfast for me and my other two co-workers that had to spend the day in the mail order department.
i made the biscuits with the VWAV recipe, and because i used whole wheat flour that wasn't sifted, they were a tad heavy. but anything, i mean anything can be doctored with gravy. am i right or what? i made my miso happy gravy and used imagine's creamy portobello mushroom soup instead of the regular water and it turned out super rich-(and kinda gross lookin').
as for my tofu scramble, i make it with whatever i have on hand and i don't have an official recipe. i should really be more mindful and take notes with what i throw in the skillet. all i know is that it's really effin' good, and i could probably eat it every day. i know you think your tofu scramble brings all the boys, girls, and thirds to the yard, but i think it's just a matter of preference. personally, i'm not that wild about anyone else's tofu scramble except mine and the one they serve at michigan womyn's music festival. side note: i quit going there some time ago because of their stupid assed womyn-born-womyn policy. that's for another blog.
a week or so before x-mas, vin and i carved out some time to have a lunch date-(just the two of us, no bebeh) and we went to one of my favorite buffets at the siam house. thai food isn't hard to veganize, but typically is made with fish sauce, so you have to be a good pain-in-the-ass-vegan and ask ahead of time. i did and the management informed me that the vegetarian items are not made with fish sauce. that's the cool thing about b-town. there are so many veg heads here that many places know what a vegan is and will happily make something vegan for you if they don't have anything on the menu. i had a helping of the cold veggie salad, mango sticky rice with plantains, and some red curry tofu. it was soooo good.