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  1. Lauren

    The quinoa meal looks great, exactly the type of thing I like to eat.

    As for the Veggie Pirate’s Booty, I can vouch that it’s not so much that it’s bad for you, but that it’s -nothing- for you. Just puffed rice with trace amounts of powdered vegetable. But better than puffed rice with MSG!

  2. Theresa

    I kinda think everything looks good… especially those noodles + tofetta. Sure, it’s a lot of tofu in one go, and sure, without any sauce a lot of people wouldn’t like it, but there’s something about the simplicity of it that I find appealing. And I’d be interested to compare the fetta to the one currently sitting in my fridge, made by Andy. He thinks our version tastes just like fetta, but I can’t really remember to compare properly.

    The super chips look like a good snack, too. While in Auckland last year I got seaweed chips which were coated in sugar and salt. They were surprisingly and amazingly good.

  3. Toby

    Cockfosters! Kristy and I smiled every we heard it on the tube.

  4. croquecamille

    Yay, Pirate’s Booty! Boo to tofu-on-tofu. Yay mushrooms on quinoa!

  5. Hannah

    Lauren: When you come to Australia, I’ll make this (or something like this) for you. Promise. 🙂

    Theresa: Did you notice I didn’t actually say I hated it? 😛 I love the tofu – the company does a bleu style too which I really think tastes like bleu cheese, although it’s excessively salty when you eat it all in one go, as I am wont to do! Is your tofu feta recipe on your blog?

    Toby: Unfortunately for me, Cockfosters is not on our daily tube route. However, I’m doing my best to embarrass Australia anyway by exclaiming “Ballyhoo!” every time that tube line is mentioned, or chattering about how I want to be on the Jubilee line because probably everyone on that one sings and dances constantly.

    Camille: Don’t be a tofu hater 😛 But then again you’re a fan of the booty, so I’m content.

  6. Theresa

    The tofu fetta we make is from The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook, and I think it is one of the recipes that we consistently follow closely, because it is that good.

  7. Hannah

    Theresa: Consistent following is big praise, coming from someone as creative as you! I may have to look into this cookbook. Also, just so you know, your comment has led to The UnBirthday Song from Alice in Wonderland becoming stuck in my head.

  8. Emma

    Looks like you are going to be cooking for me when you are here! That dish sounds aaaaaaaaamazing. And, also, huge fan of gone raw chips. I was mostly raw fooding when I was in the states and lived on them…not cheaply mind you!

  9. Hannah

    Emma: What, I don’t get to play lady-of-leisure? I bet you’re going to make me put on my own shoes, too… 😛 I wish I’d tried the other flavours of Gone Raw – particularly the Pumpkin one and the Pizza Flax chips. But you’re right – very not cheap!