Hobo Stew



The Vegan Stoner's Hobo Stew

41 comments:

Shilvio said...

I will try this promptly!

: )

Mike said...

Such a relief to know that you guys are back. For a moment I was scared to not see you again.
I need The Vegan Stoner in my life. Your recipes are so clever, and this one is no exception!

Anonymous said...

Hooray! I am also relieved to see your return. I was so scared that watermelon curry would pop up as the first recipe once again. :)

Kendy P said...

perfect for cold weather!

i missed your recipes!

Alice | Smokin Tofu said...

Only just discovered your blog! Love it already.

Anonymous said...

Glad to see another post! Your meal ideas are staples in our house!

Alexis said...

I love your blog! The illustrated recipes are adorable. I'll be sure to try them out! :)

Amy Paskalides said...

I made this today and it was delicious! I'm glad you guys are posting again!

Stephanie Thurow said...

Hi! Just wanted to say that I recently stumble upon your blog via pinterest and just wanted to say thank you for the recipes and the fun and cute way you are sharing it! So easy to fallow :) to bad that I can't find every ingredient in Sweden :(

Anonymous said...

Hi! Just found your cool site. I tried this recipe and it was easy and tasty. I tend to like things a little zippier so I added a healthy splash of white wine and a dash of red pepper flakes. Thank you!

V said...

Looks very tasty and I love your explanation,
it is so sweet! Should cook something like that soon!

Anonymous said...

DOPE RECIPE :)

Andrea said...

Love this! Your site is beautiful

This is mine kindaveganish.wordpress.com

B said...

as a vegan stoner myself, i LOVE your blog, i will most definitely be purchasing your snack book soon, not only for the tasty treat ideas and cute little animations, but because i would REALLY love to see The Vegan Stoner Cookbook up for purchasing very soon! i will also be telling all my vegan stoner friends about this and i hope that people continue to buy from you so you guys can further pursue your dreams, you really have a one-of-a-kind great idea here!!!

Vegan NZ said...

Oh man, this is perfect for those days where I just don't feel like cooking anything. Thanks!

Karolina said...

this is such a lovely blog! thank you so much! <3

Anonymous said...

Ey vegan stoner. Luv the blog. My friend has soy allergies, is there something else I could use instead of the TVP?

stephanie said...

I see all your drawings on Pinterest all the time - always repin!

-Stephanie
veganstate.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

i made this with barley instead of tvp---SO GOOD, thank you. highly recommend.

Small Footprints said...

OMGoodness ... I'm so glad that I found you on Pinterest ... I think I'm in love! :-) Have added your blog to my blog roll ... don't want to miss a single recipe! Thanks for making vegan cooking so easy!

Bernie Folan said...

What is TVP please?

Anonymous said...

Can someone tell me what TVP is? Thanks!

Rachel said...

yummm! looks so good and super easy :)

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Bernie and Anonymous,

TVP is Textured Vegetable Protein, a byproduct of extracting soy bean oil. It is basically, dehydrated soy protein that needs to be boiled in water for a few minutes to regain it's faux meat texture.

It can usually be bought in most bulk bin areas or purchased in bags.

Hope this helps.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous,

You can replace the TVP with barley, couscous, pasta, vegetables, or rice.

Try making a unique combination of these things.

Spécialiste de l'éphémère said...

What a beautiful stew! Perfect for me!

SHERAWFOREVER AKA SHERNELL said...

Thank you for this meal,it's great for Fridays when supply's are running low !

Erica R. said...

I just discovered your site today and I'm beyond charmed. Thank you!

melonpan said...

Nice Side, nice Picture it looks fantastic *wow*

Vicki said...

I just discovered your site, too; came over from The Gardener's Cottage. Fun illustrations and great recipes; thanx!

Anonymous said...

This is my fave thing ever. I am drooling at my office!

Glenn said...

Hi, I just found your site. Thanks for putting it together. I love the layout and it's great to find uncomplicated but good tasting recipes.

fvnslifestyle said...

Awesome... thanks or the recipe

Anonymous said...

Deeeeelicious! Dinner that the whole family (my vegan mother, omnivore father, and I) loved.

heavenlyveganbaking said...

Brilliant recipes, I'm a lazy vegan (I only ever spend time on baking desserts) and this is briliant for me and my boyfriend. Will be giving some of these recipes a go soon. Love the layout too.

The6ofusinca said...

I just love your site! Love how easy recipes are yet the photos look like I have cooked all day in the kitchen to bring my family that yummy meal! hehehe!!!

About to make Hobo Stew!
xoxo
Jen

Anonymous said...

This site rocks! Love the drawings. I cannot stand spending too much time in the kitchen anymore, so I will definitely be trying these out!!!

Charlotte B said...

I love this site! I am bookmarking it.

Anonymous said...

Your recipes suck because you always use a bunch of processed garbage like TVP. Do some research on this junk before you recommend it to vulnerable newbies who may not know about the dangers of such frankenfoods.

Anonymous said...

Oh, that figures. Pre-moderated posts. Bet mine doesn't make it through.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Thanks for the 2 comments, Anonymous. We always welcome people to replace the ingredients in our recipes with ones they feel better fit their diet. We've found through people's comments that they usually do. The TVP could easily be replaced with legumes or chopped veggies, for example.

We often try to create quick, affordable recipes that can act as replacements for ones which might otherwise have animal products. Our recipes are foods which we eat ourselves, so they are only as well informed as we are. To our knowledge TVP is an affordable complete protein with dietary fiber, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. We know a lot of people do not have the budget for fresh veggies everyday, and TVP has a longer shelf life than fresh foods. We also believe the only way to avoid processed foods is a raw diet, which we do recommend.

On a side note, we moderate comments to prevent spam from appearing (there is a fair amount of it). We want people with comments related to the blog to be heard, including yourself. Thanks again.

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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