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5/4/12 1:02 P

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Thanks for the blog link MrRSJOCCO!



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5/4/12 12:10 P

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This is a fun Trader Joe's cooking blog: blog.cooktj.com/

You can do all kinds of specific searches, such as vegan, vegetarian, breakfast, lunch, etc.. emoticon

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5/3/12 11:24 A

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Here are a couple I subscribe to:

vegweb.com/

vegnews.com/

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5/3/12 11:14 A

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Thank you. I am new to this and wasn't sure how it worked or where to look.
Thank you for those links. I will check them out!

Edited by: DARLENE474 at: 5/3/2012 (12:10)
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5/2/12 6:13 P

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It all depends... There are so many "chemistry" variables.

One example of when it stays the same is when you're substituting vegan shortening or coconut oil for butter. Tip: coconut oil is solid at room temperature and is very good in baked products such as pie crust and biscuits.

There are so many free vegan websites with recipes, that it's easy not to "reinvent the wheel." emoticon

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5/2/12 5:06 P

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I am interested in making my recipes more vegetarian. If I want to substitute a vegan item (for say butter) Is the recipe the same, or does the amount change? Thanks for the help!

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