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looking for: ny times veg. cookbook rice/nut loaf?

Posted by carol_ann (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 18, 07 at 10:44

I have an old copy of the NY Times Vegetarian Cookbook that has a great nut loaf recipe in it... it also has cooked brown rice in it. Unfortunately, all my books are in storage at the other side of the country. Does anyone happen to have this recipe/cookbook and could you share it with me if you do? The recipe I'm looking for has:

cooked brown rice
ground nuts
herbs (including sage)
onion, celery
nutritional yeast (I think)
soy sauce (I think)

NO cheese.

And I'm not sure if I'm forgetting anything. If I was sure I could remember all the ingredients I'd just experiment but I might have left something out. Can you help? Many thanks!!

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RE: looking for: ny times veg. cookbook rice/nut loaf?

This has been up here forever, and I found the recipe, so I'm replying to myself so it can drift down...

RE: looking for: ny times veg. cookbook rice/nut loaf?

I'm amused; here it is nearly a year later, and this question is still on the first page. This isn't a high-volume forum, is it.

Carol Ann, would you post the recipe? I'd love to have it. I like trying things that other people have already found to be good!

RE: looking for: ny times veg. cookbook rice/nut loaf?

hi guys,
i just found a website about a cookery book, i tried several recipes and it's great. even my children ve eaten the veggies which is a miracle. apparently its french .... and full of idea for fast food ...
take a look, hehe

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