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The main filler is made of sliced mushrooms, bean sprouts, rest of onion, garlic and butter.
2- 8oz. packs of sliced mushrooms
2 cups of bean sprouts
1 large garlic clove, pressed
2/3 med. onion diced
1 stick of butter

Sip some more wine! Are we having fun yet?
good job. the only thing is that im sure you meant "organic" not  "orgasmic"
Well you clearly haven't been to the hippie store lately! :-D Tofutti "Better Than" Sour Crem and Cream Cheese are both awesome. Earth Balance Margarine is amazing. And even though I do use some dairy, I use Vegenaise from Follow Your Heart brand, it's better than Hellmans. Even some of the veggie cheeses aren't bad. Most dairy substitutes are not as over-the-top delicious as some regular cheeses etc., but they beat the low-fat dairy versions all hollow. If you are having cholesterol issues you owe it to yourself to at least try these substitutes. And yes, brand name matters. Vegenaise brand is delicious, whereas Nayonaise brand is just congealed nastyness. So it pays to try different brands of these items.
Sorry I can't do Soy and wheat, bad problems with both. We only eat unpasteurized dairy when possible. Most is from our own goats and cows. Most people that have dairy problems are allergic to cows milk or what is in it. "What you eat, is what you are" also applies to livestock too. Most people would run screaming from the store if they new what is most dairy products. Home made butter will not clog your arteries. The problem is that pasteurizing chances the structure of cholesterol into something your body can't handle. You can Google pasteurized vs unpasteurized milk and other foods, and also check out homogenized vs unhomogenized milk. Dairy does get a bad name from a lot of people, but we who grow and make our own food or buy only organic when we can. We are a puzzlement to the doctors. We just shouldn't be this healthy. It drives them crazy. I'm fifty eight and have no signs of any artery problems, Ofcourse eating mostly veggies also helps.
oh, by the way, I'm diggin' the stove; is it hard to keep a constant heat?
YES IT IS A GREAT STOVE. We had a Stanley stove before and this one is larger and cooks better then the Stanley. It supplies all our heat, cooking and hot water in the winter. We live completely off the grid. Four cords of wood a year. In the summer we use a small two burner propane stove like in a camper for cooking and solar hot water.
mmmmm looks mighty good. I'm gonna have to try this one. I do gotta say though... tofu, (although it is hippy food) it is great to eat. ;-)
I didn't understand well the wine part... I'll just have another glass, just to be sure! ;-)
I enjoy your choice of words: setting an avocado free from it's skin. I'm gonna go free a banana from it's peel right now. :)
excellent fuel for my flex-fuel bicycle!
Wow, green and vegetarian, excellent! It looks delicious too.

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