First up, from Practically Raw, I made the Mushroom-Nut Burgers that grace the upper right hand corner of that book, a page I'd had dog-eared in the book since I bought it. I don't have a dehydrator, so I baked mine.
Gotta love a burger that's made up of seasoned mushrooms, walnuts, veggies, flaxseed, and spices! That's really how a "veggie burger" is supposed to be, I think. Does it taste like a burger? Well, no. Instead, it tastes like fresh yummy ingredients that are a terrific vehicle for the aioli so, don't mind if I do.
Here in The Mission, there are so many little groceries selling fruit and veggies, and I like one on 24th Street in particular because it has a lot of organic stuff and it's all really inexpensive and fresh and colorful and the salad greens never have as much dirt on them as the organic veggies from any of the grocery stores do. As such, when I was craving some roasted veggies, it was a piece of vegan cake to walk over, spend under ten bucks, and buy a shit ton of veggies to roast. Look at how much I got:
I've also started juicing for breakfast again, because when I have such easy access to high-quality, inexpensive organic veggies, how could I not? Again, for under $10, I got all this to juice:
**I'm really only a champion Boggle-player in my own mind.