VeganMoFo, Day 26: A Penny-Pinching Monday Mashup

October 26th, 2009 5:17 pm by Kelly Garbato

Vegan Food Mashup - 06 - Cheap Vegan Eats

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Green Giant Steamers, I can’t believe this is the last week of October – and of VeganMoFo 2009! It’s been rather exhausting, this daily blogging, and yet I feel like I’m just getting started – there’s so much more to say! It’s all good, though; since I’m vegan 365 days a year (366 in 2012), I can get my VeganMoFo on whenever, wherever, with whomever I want. (Um, just don’t tell Shane I said that.)

Anyhow, for our very last Monday Mashup of the month, I decided to go with a frugal vegan theme. All of these dishes are made with relatively inexpensive, readily available ingredients. You name it, we’ve got it: veggies, fruits, pasta, grains, beans, tofu, pancakes, cookies, pie, breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner and dessert – represent! Veganism: truthy, yes; inconvenient, not so much.

Now if you’ll excuse me, those twice-baked potatoes are calling my name…

Photos, top to bottom, left to right:

1. #15 : tomato salad
2. warm lemon corn pancakes
3. garlic green beans
4. Raw vegan granola bars
5. vegan chewy chocolate-raspberry cookies
6. Twice Baked Potatoes
7. Cinnamon Peach Pie À La Mode
8. grilled veggies
9. fried rice,
10. mushroom, leek and white bean pie | pastel de champiñones, puerro y judías blancas
11. Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili
12. Vegan Veggie Pizza
13. Tomato and Cannellini Bean Soup
14. Linguini Primavera
15. scrambled tofu from Vegan with a Vengeance
16. Vegan Chcoolate Quinoa Pudding

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4 Responses to “VeganMoFo, Day 26: A Penny-Pinching Monday Mashup”

  1. Shannon Says:

    Oooh, I’ve made those chocolate-raspberry cookies and they are DIVINE. So easy and yummy.

  2. Amarand Agasi Says:

    Thank you for the showcase of TWO of my images! I want to make that chocolate pudding again…and the pizza, well, let’s just say I’m finding new ways to make it look and taste even better, while keeping it cruelty-free. I wonder if seitan works on pizza? Hmm…. :)

  3. Kelly G. Says:

    @ Amarand – Sure, why not! I’m intrigued by a few hummus pizzas I saw during VeganMoFo…

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