One afternoon decided that we wanted to make some fried rice. We decided to have lentil burgers with our fried rice.
First we made a cup of brown rice in our rice cooker. While the rice was cooking I heated up the wok and fried up some mushrooms and green onions in a little bit of oil. Once rice is finished I added the rice. To give the rice an Indian flavour to go with the lentil burger I added 2 tablespoons of Garam Masala and then a tablespoon of tamari to balance the flavours.
located in Montreal- Cute little place not much sitting room but great food. For just $2 you can get a grilled hummus sandwich with hummus. for just $2 more you can get a salad and fries with it. great food. great prices. great atmosphere.
Where: Concordia University 7th Floor – Hall Building Montreal, Quebec
The People’s Potato is a worker run, consensus-based collective. They serve free/by donation vegan meals. All of the food is donated by local businesses. It’s a very important service for Montreal’s poor and underprivileged, students and non-students alike.
They serve yummy, healthy and nutritious meals consisting of vegetables/products that were donated to them by local businesses. This way produce that would have been wasted because it had cosmetic flaws can be used instead of being thrown away. They usually serve a salad, soup and side from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
While vacationing in montreal, my girlfriend and I had the following at the People’s Potato:
Friday – spinach soup and vegetables with beans and couscous
Monday – couscous and cole slaw with apples (we got there late and missed the soup)
It’s a great environment and great initiative with a real sense of community.
They also provide free workshops throughout the year on a variety of topics, such as vegan cooking and nutrition, recycling, alternatives to the market system of food distribution, food security issues,and social justice politics.
The Best Asian Resturant in Vermont- according to Lindsay
This amazing Asian resturant includes a variety of vegan options such as:
Sesame-Peanut Noodles or Spicy Hunan Black Bean Noodles Lo mein (egg noodles) served cold. The Sesame-Peanut Noodles made our Sesame-Peanut Sauce To Go a huge seller! Our Hunan Noodles are within the great Hunan tradition. 4.99
Sampler of NoodlesCold Hunan and Sesame-Peanut Noodles plus Spicy Cucumbers. 5.99
Spicy Cucumbers Crisp, spicy, a refreshing pause between mild or hot dishes. 4.75
Vegetarian Siu Mai Cup – shaped steamed dumplings filled with Thai red rice and white sticky rice, mushrooms and “Secret Spices.” SPECIFY VEGETARIAN WHEN ORDERING. 6.25
Vegetarian Sampler Tofu with Sesame-Peanut Sauce, Vegetarian Siu Mai, Sesame-Peanut and Hunan Noodles, and Spicy Cucumbers. (Spicy and mild items.) 11.99
Dim Sum Sampler For a hint how wonderful our Dim Sum brunch is, try our Chef’s selection of eight savory dumplings (four kinds), plus Cold Hunan or Sesame-Peanut Noodles and Spicy Cucumbers. SPECIFY VEGETARIAN OR MIXED. 10.99
Evil Jungle Princess with Tofu Our vegetarian version of the popular Evil Jungle Prince. With lots of mixed vegetables, tofu, lemon grass, chilies, Keffir lime leaves, and coconut milk. Lunch 8.99 Dinner 16.99
Indonesian-Style Mock Duck – The seitan tastes like real duck. So feast on a shower of vegetables in a rich delicious sesame-peanut sauce. Even better with a touch of heat. SPECIFY HOT OR MILD. Lunch 8.99 Dinner 16.99
Vegetarian Kung Pao An all-vegetarian version of a classic Chinese-menu staple. Delectable crispy chunks of seitan (wheat gluten) stir fried with cabbage, hot peppers, and peanuts in tangy sauce. SPECIFY VEGETARIAN WHEN ORDERING Lunch 8.99 Dinner 16.99
Indonesian Vegetables Vegetables stir fried in our interpretation of what may be the world’s best hot sauce. Its complexity fills the mouth with flavor. We wish we had invented it! (We do sell the sauce.) Lunch 8.50 Dinner 15.50
Thai Mock Beef in Red Curry In a fabulous sauce of red curry, coconut, lemon grass, and soy sauce, with fresh vegetables and basil. Served on rice noodles. Lunch 8.50 Dinner 15.50
Amazing food and most vegetarian/vegan dishes can be made with seitan,tempeh or tofu!
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