A tomato sauce using roasted peppers and roasted tomatoes. Fennel tarragon garlic. Creamy CASHEW MILK for sauces and Tofurky smoked ham. Strong flavors for a versatile sauce, but they all work with pasta/rice, vegetable and sandwich options! Nice!!
There’s just something exciting about opening up a bunch of cans, dumping them into a pot and creating something delicious to brag about!!That good feeling happens every time, without fail!!Cans you ask with a raised eyebrow? Yes. Cans.The BEST.
A boldly delicate, yet rich and smooth cream sauce with fragrant animalia overtures and undertones. No suffering here or memories other than what’s warm and tender to the nose, not the palate!
Yes, if you’ve ever eaten a human animal, the memory will return with this his trans her non-violent, animal-free delicacy! Go ahead, test me. Follow the recipe for best results. No substitutions. You wanted the best, didn’t you? Here it is. Be my guest!
Everybody wants to know what a human tastes like? Many people in the world already know. Some very rich, eccentric people. Some not rich at all. My goal is to prove I can make an animal-free human flavor. I nailed it as usual! No I’m not bragging; just not all that impressed once the novelty wore off – an animal’s an animal!
Guess that’s what keeps me hungry for new adventures wink. HUMAMI!
How easy can it be. No slicing, dicing, peeling. Just empty the cans, bottles, packages and let the stove do the rest. GET OFF YOUR CAN AND COOK . It’s an idea I had decades ago for a cookbook.
To serve this hearty and inspiring antipasto bean sauce we ladle it over pasta, but not before we simmered some plant meatballs by Gardein in the sauce for a few minutes. And yes, we topped it all off with a plant parmesan by Follow Your Heart!
We ate some now and packed the rest for Steve’s lunches for the week! The can factor never came to mind while we enjoyed savoring our feast in a pot!