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Old 06-21-2005, 03:07 PM   #11
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try using nayonnaise, otherwise known as tofu mayonnaise.

here's a link to my favorite brand:
http://www.nasoya.com/nasoya/dressing_nayoDijon.html
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Old 06-21-2005, 08:58 PM   #12
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Yogurt Cheese!!!

Luv's got it in one!!!

We use it regularly from homemade yogurt, and don't forget the chilli.
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Old 06-21-2005, 09:05 PM   #13
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Why do you call it cheese?

I'll have to try this. What kind of strainer do you use?
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Old 06-21-2005, 11:57 PM   #14
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Thumbs up Toffuti Better Than Cream Cheese

I am not a huge fan of tofu, but I have tried a cream cheese substitute called tofutti better than cream cheese. It is actually pretty darn good. I have seen tofutti products at Trader Joe's. Here is some info. from the company website.

BETTER THAN CREAM CHEESE® is similar in taste and texture to traditional cream cheese, but is milk and butterfat free and contains no cholesterol. It is as versatile as real cream cheese, whether spread on a bagel, used as a dip for snack items, such as crackers or chips, or used in any favorite recipe. The 8oz. retail packages are available in Plain, French Onion, Herbs & Chives, Smoked Salmon, Garlic & Herb, Garden Veggie, Creamed Spinach and Broccoli Cheddar. The plain version is also available in 30 lb. bulk boxes. The product is sold in many health food stores and supermarkets around the country.


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Old 06-22-2005, 04:47 AM   #15
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Hi Brooksy,
What do you do with the chili?
Also what recipes do you have? I bought the book Yochee.
Brooke
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Old 06-22-2005, 04:52 AM   #16
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Hi,
I have seen it refered to as cheese. I guess it is the process or because it is dairy?
I have a Galloping Gourmet strainer. See www.healthyhighways.com.
These folks have a recipe book called Yochee. It tells you how t omake Yogurt Cheese and over 300 recipes.
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Hi Brooksy,
What do you do with the chili?
Also what recipes do you have? I bought the book Yochee.
Brooke
Brooke - sorry about the delay in replying, I've been a bit crook lately.

Finally chop a couple of the juiciest chillies you can find & mix it into your fav yogurt cheese.

I search the web for recipes, but you can't go wrong adding lemon or lime juice, parsley or mint, chilli, garlic.
Mix & match.
Sundried or smoked tomatoes finely diced or roast capsicum or both.
Smashed anchovies, garlic & capers - brilliant.
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There is a product called Balsamic Glaze by Roland, a product of Italy.



Smoke some tuna and freshly sliced fennel, red peppers in a stove-top smoker for about 20 minutes (using the first wisp of smoke method), slice everything and place in wrap, drizzle with balsamic glaze.

Or stir-fry different peppers, onions, fennel, using this glaze and top the tuna.
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Old 12-09-2006, 02:41 PM   #19
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Another "wrap" to use is the rice paper rounds used for Viet summer rolls. Wrap shrimp or chicken salad, burrito style, slice in half.
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