Burger King sells Gardenburgers, as does Red Robbin. The Burger King one isn’t all that great while the one from Red Robbin is okay. I prefer to make my own though because I think my burgers are better! My favorite patty is the original grillers from MorningStar Farms. It’s not vegan, but there are other patties that are. I throw it in a small oven at 450 degrees F for 15 minutes.
Tomato, pickles, romaine lettuce (I prefer iceberg for burgers but I had leftover romaine from another meal), mustard, ketchup, Smart Beat mayonaise (only 10 cal per tbs. Nayonaise is a vegan alternative but I think it tastes too sour), in a toasted wheat bun with potato rounds on the side.
Here’s a Gardenburger meal I got at BK last year or something. Wimpy, wimpy, wimpy! I admit BK makes the best tasting fries though.
One of my favorite vegetarian instant noodles!
I always cook my instant noodles over a stove top because I think it tastes better. I also added enoki mushrooms which adds sweetness to the broth.
I used silken tofu, wakame, soybean paste, and mushroom powder to substitute dashi powder.
Not only is my favorite flower, the lotus flower, beautiful and transcends from the murky waters to the light, the root is also edible!
It takes a while to cook. The lotus root has to be cut, thoroughly cleaned, and boiled for about 1-2 hours depending on heat settings and taste. I added mushroom, scallions, and mushroom seasoning powder for flavor.
Fried taro cake, eggs cracked in between, topped with scallions.
Dipped with a soy sauce and vinegar mixture
The soup was purchased at a tofu house listed on happycow.net
I made some sushi last weekend. I basically used what was lying around. The roll consisted of bell pepper and carrot tempura, avocado, and pickled radish with spicy mayo and tempura sauce drizzled on top. I have cheap knives, so the cut isn’t clean
I had some before taking the photo tee hee