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Alright folks! Let's start cooking! [Sep. 15th, 2008|03:28 pm]
Vegan Inventive Chef Cook Off!


Hey everyone! It's been a long time.
I've decided to really give a go at this community again. I need your help though. Let's post some recipes!

This week's challenge is vegan slow cooker meals!

If you don't have a slow cooker, that's cool too. Just fake it!

from wikipedia
"A slow cooker or Crock-Pot (a trademark often used generically) is a countertop electrical cooking appliance that maintains a relatively low temperature for many hours, allowing unattended cooking of pot roast, stew, and other long-cooking dishes."

Make sure you read the disadvantages section, apparently kidney beans can be toxic if not cooked properly. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crock_pot

So let's see here. Entries are due by Monday September 22nd at 12 am (24:00, midnight) Pacific Standard Time (so folks on the east coast, this gives you a little extra time). And remember, in order for your entry to be considered, you gotta post a photo. There are many great image hosting sites such as picassaweb.com, photobucket.com, flikr.com, etc.

Also, feel free to comment and give me encouragement that this community is still alive and well. How are you folks? It's been a while.

[User Picture]From: lavajin
2008-09-15 11:59 pm (UTC)
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From: ex_serenejo
2008-09-17 01:29 am (UTC)
Ooh, I'm so excited to see this community back among the living! Okay, I'm gonna give it my best shot.

(For everyone's benefit, I just wanted to say that since my slow cooker broke, I use a heavy ovenproof pot at 200F, and it works out great.)
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