Bagel Dogs



The Vegan Stoner's Bagel Dogs

20 comments:

Janet in N.C. said...

Finally found a store near me with vegan dogs. Yum.

Anonymous said...

Hey whoever is making this blog: I am so happy! I'm really baked and it's 1 in the afternoon and i need to munch soooo bad but didnt know what to do. the problem is that i'm still in bed. but your recipes look really easy to make and i sincerely hope you put more up! this is a really cool idea, because i am a fuckin hungry vegan lurking the internet for fast/tasty recipes

3crows said...

hahaha....you are so awesome, keep going!

Anonymous said...

Love it!

Anonymous said...

NOM! Love the ideas!

BChil said...

You must post more of this. Most people's drawback to cooking is all the f'ing directions! Just let it flow, man... Add in the fact that you are trying to free their minds to accepting a more veg-based lifestyle - and forget about it!

More! More! More! Please.

This is great.

-BChil

Lindsay Glassford said...

LOVING THIS!!!!!!

Jennifer said...

you are so awesome.

please, please, please keep posting!!

Anonymous said...

this website should have been mine.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful site design. Great concept. I particularly like the sharp photos in contrast to the simple line drawings. New age Mollie Katzen!

This is really nice, thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

Amazing site, stumbled on it and bookmarked it, good going and much thanks from NY

Fuck Off Monster said...

Tried this last night when my veggie wine pie failed and i had nothing else in, pretty tasty!
lightly toasted the bagel, d-e-licious!

i love how you present your recipes nice work guys

Anonymous said...

Oh, yum! I would love to try one of these, especially heated up.

Anonymous said...

vegan... stoner.... everything about this blog is right up my alley! Half the time when I get stoned and try to cook food, I try making something out of veganomicon, but then it takes two hours and by the time it's done I'm not even high anymore.

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if you can subsitute the soy products for anything else I have to stay away from soy. The recipes look delicious thanks

Anonymous said...

ew.

Anonymous said...

Just got your website from my daughter who loves you. I have one question for you. Where can I buy most of the vegan items you use to make your meals? I live in NW Oklahoma which is a big beef country, but I want to go vegan. I work 5 days a week,, Church on the Sabbath, Bible studies 3 evenings a week, kid's church on Wednesday, so I need to be able to buy vegan milk, cheese, butter, sour cream, cream cheese, etc. HELP!!!!!! har1830@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Looks like there's a whole foods store in Tulsa... http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/tulsa/

Nichole in Oklahoma said...

This is INCREDIBLE! I am a very busy mother of three. My husband and I decided to make the switch to plant based whole foods and after two weeks, an extremely hefty grocery bill, and neglected children due to my being stuck in the kitchen for long prep times, we were at a loss on how to continue on with the change. Your site is a breathe of fresh air with short ingredient lists and easy preps. THANK YOU!!!!!

uv said...

oh no, i've come to the end (beginning) of this blog. the last two or three days i've been browsing each recipe and bookmarking the ones i want to try. MORE PLEASE! love u vegan stoner ;)

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We read every comment (except spam) and try to respond to direct questions within a week. If we take longer, it is probably because you suggested something for the recipe or posed a problem, and we are re-making the recipe to double check its effectiveness. Thanks for the comments, and happy cooking! —The Vegan Stoner