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Crispy Tofu

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Honey Bars

Honey bars are produced by Mariani and are a product of Canada. Here in the United States, you can find them in the produce section of WalMart Supercenters, where the dried fruits, vegetable chips, and nuts are. They cost around a dollar for each bar, but can also be purchased in packs.

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Mock Egg Yolk

It doesn’t taste like egg yolk, but if you miss runny egg yolk for breakfast, this will work. It’s kind of like a seasoned egg yolk or thickened chicken broth.

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Pecan Hash

I had been thinking about a vegan/vegetarian substitute for corned-beef hash. Continue reading

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Breakfast Sandwiches

Egg and cheese sandwiches…mmmm…yummy! Delicious! Even addicting…They were probably the hardest thing for me to give up when I decide to adopt a total vegetarian lifestyle (I’m still a work in progress though, not quite at that goal yet). Even after giving them up, I wanted them. I craved them. I even tried to replace them using scrambled tofu on toast (which was okay, but not convincing, compared to what I actually liked). But, I’ve discovered that they can be replaced, and now that I know how to replace them, I don’t crave the actual egg and cheese anymore, but I do crave the best replacement.

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