Cooking with The Vegan Zombie – Cheese Stix



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Anna says:

What brand of vegan bread crumbs do you use in this recipe? I’ve been looking all over the place and I can’t find them.

Jodi says:

So I stayed up watching your videos till about 1 in the morning last night what can I say. Very entertaining, and I love you cook man food! Not some sissy girly vegetarian stuff that tries to convince me pomegranate is a good replacement for a hamburger.

If it matters I am a girl but hate prissy food.

I myself am not vegetarian nor planning on making a change, but do to some extreme allergies I’m forced to eat more healthy. Some of this stuff like the Vegan cheese steak. Your pizza rolls look pretty dang good. I like field roast products, and few of the other switches you use like Daiya.

I plan to try some of these recipes. Your seitan actually looks digestible, my last try on making seitan gave me a batch of chicken flavored chewing gum.

You should put wax paper on the bottom of that pan, so it gives you some handles to pull it up with…Plus this works wonderful with tofu!!!

If you do any further videos would you consider trying to make some gluten free options? Love to see if you could make a gluten free seitan that’s edible. Not gummy or overly crunchy with unmilled grains and nuts that feel like bones.

Or a good meatloaf. I miss meatloaf probably the most, well that and pork-chops. Thanks for what you’ve given us. OH and maybe show us a pantry & fridge video… so we know how to stay stocked up in the zombie Apocalypse.

Thanks I’m actually learning a lot.

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