Buffalo Sub



The Vegan Stoner's Buffalo Sub

14 comments:

Jeffrey Edwards said...

I'm unfamiliar with soy curls. How difficult are they to find at grocery stores?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Jeffrey — First off, the soy curls in this recipe can be replaced with seitan, tofu, or even veggies. So don't let that stop you! (Just leave out the soaking/draining process.) Secondly, soy curls can either be abundant or sparse at your local grocery store, depending on where you live and what kinds of stores you frequent. Where we are, they are common even in the big chain spots. If you can't find them and really want to see what they're about, they are easy to order online and have a very long shelf life. Hope this helps — let us know if you give it a try!

Jeffrey Edwards said...

Thank you for the advice. I had some leftover homemade seitan I'd been meaning to use up, and the results were phenomenal. This is certainly a recipe to hold onto. I wasn't able to locate soy curls at either my local grocery store, nor the specialty grocery store I'm in love with. I ordered some off Amazon, mostly out of curiosity, since seitan worked so well.

Ekene Soludo said...

all your recipies look amazing and i love how you display your ingredients and the methods

Ekene
minimillennium.blogspot.com

The Vegan Stoner said...

Jeffrey, that's awesome news! We'll be sure to try it with seitan next time. Thanks for coming back to let us know how it went.

Giovanni Häertel said...

It's so nice to have you both return!

Jarmila said...

mmm, love your recipes!

Alexandra said...

Your blog is freaking amazing! I wish I had discovered it when I first went vegan… I kinda had pasta or rice every day cause I believed that other delicious vegan dishes were difficult, time consuming and expensive. I figured out how wrong I was after a couple of months but I'm pretty sure your blog would have made the transition a lot easier. And your illustrations are so cute and funny!

Juju Sprinkles said...

Love your sketches! Yay Yay veganaise cracked me up!

Juju Sprinkles
http://www.jujusprinkles.com

Mikkel Magnuson said...

I always love your recipes but this time I am confused. Plz if you share this recipe with ingredients and methods. Its request to you, I want to try this recipe.

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Mikkel — We'd be happy to help you. Which part of the recipe is confusing?

John Ocampos said...

Amazing recipe! this looks delicious and very healthy. And I want to make one for my family. Thanks for sharing. Let me also share something, I also follow one website which talks about vegan food and fitness, http://www.bodybyblasian.com/
take care!

Josiah said...

I'm sure someone else has asked before now, but what the heck are Soy Curls?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Josiah,

Soy curls are made of soy beans and are a meat replacer. They come dehydrated, to prepare you must soak them in water and then can cook them like any other meat replacer. You can find them at most natural food stores, often in a bag. Sometimes they can be found in the bulk bin section. If you're having difficulty finding them, try ordering some online. A quick google search will direct you there.

Hope this helps!

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