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I meant to share this recipe at least a few days ago, when it was still fresh in my mind. If the ingredients aren’t exact, it’s probably not too much of a problem (I hope.), as I’m a dump-and-pour kind of cook, anyway. You might like to make more than this small amount than we made. I thought maybe I should have made more, too. It was yummy! And this one’s made without nutritional yeast, and still delicious. You can add sautéed veggies to it, too. The directions also may not be exactly what I did (and are probably not), but these steps should work. You might like to sprinkle a little salt into your tofu before frying, too, or mix it all together and fry it, instead.
A few nights ago, as I was flossing my teeth, I felt like there was still something wedged between my teeth, so I went at it again. The floss came out bloody and blood started running down my teeth and dripping in my mouth. I was spitting up quite a bit of it! It’s possible that I had tore out a piece of my gums, and that may have been what I felt between my teeth.
When I realized I wouldn’t be staying more than a few days in Canada, I went to the grocery store to get some Mr. Noodles. I will miss Mr. Noodles. They’re like Ramen, but vegan (at least, from what I’ve seen through Google search and looking at the ingredients, they’re vegan, or at least vegetarian).
Some of my favorite breakfasts included my dad’s home-fries, whether as part of the main course, or on the side. He used to throw in a little “secret ingredient”, which I think is season salt, but the season salt we have here is pretty old, so I didn’t use it. These potatoes are seasoned a little differently, but I think they come close to how my daddy makes them. I think my dad used to fry them in butter or margarine, and then later canola or other vegetable oil, but now we use olive oil.