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u/alleyoops · 1 pointr/glutenfreevegan

Allyson Kramer, who writes the Manifest Vegan blog that dbh04 mentioned, also wrote some of my favorite vegan gluten free cookbooks. I know there are plenty of resources online, but it makes it so easy to just have an actual cookbook, not having to sift through anything to make sure it is dairy and gluten free. She also has pictures with almost every recipe, and I find that gives me more inspiration to cook! Check em out: Great Gluten Free Vegan Eats and Great Gluten Free Vegan Eats From Around the World. A lot of our virtual recipe meetups are from recipes in her cookbook-so you can scroll through this reddit and see pics of a lot of the stuff we made. My husband also likes The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking. The stuff he makes from it always seems to turn out great.

For online resources, I like to just go to pinterest and type in 'gluten free vegan.' So many beautiful, inspirational pictures of great food that maybe you could get your husband to look at with you so he could help pick out some dishes he thinks looks good. Yummly is pretty cool too. You can type in something you want to make and then click on your dietary type, or allergies, etc.

For blogs I like manifest vegan, forks and beans, gluten free goddess, and a host of others.

For fake meat, Beyond Meat might pass for meat. It is incredibly chicken like in my opinion (but I haven't eaten meat in over 30 years, so who am I to say!). But it did fool famous foodie Mark Bittman and Bill Gates in blind taste tests. Doesn't fool everyone though, so use it in a stir fry or burrito or something, I'd suggest. You can get it a Whole Foods.

u/bassladyjo · 3 pointsr/glutenfreevegan

Hey friend! It will get easier.

I made stuffed acorn squash last night and it was delicious (something along the lines of and very pretty.

There are PILES of recipes for nut loaf out there. They're great.

Also - smother just about anything in gravy and Thanksgiving will be great. I've made veggie gravy from scratch and it's so delicious, but a massive underdaking, particularly if you make your stock from scratch. When I don't have the time, I grab Road's End Organics quick gravy (I buy it locally, but you can get it here, which does pretty well in a pinch.

Oh She Glows is a great blog you might want to check out.

Good luck!

u/UrbaneScorpion · 3 pointsr/glutenfreevegan

I know that feel. Buy a rice cooker if you haven't already. It will change your life. You can make anything in there if you want to (potatoes, oatmeal, steamed/ boiled vegetables, GF cakes, porridge, whatever). Get one with a built in timer function that will allow you to control when your food starts cooking for extra convenience.

I got one about 7 months after my diagnosis, and it is honestly one of the most important tools in my life. I splurged and got this one, though you could go cheaper:

Massive capacity allows for more freedom.

Electric pressure cookers (Instapots are one of these) also work.

u/timot13 · 1 pointr/glutenfreevegan

The recipe tastes great. It is from The Complete Idiot's Guide to Gluten-Free Vegan Cooking. After a couple batches, I decided to bake it in a cast iron skillet that I preheated in the oven. That gave it a better edge.

u/MindfulCarbing · 3 pointsr/glutenfreevegan

Servings: 1

Prep Time: 1 min Cook Time: 1 min


  1. Chia Seeds - 2 tbsp
  2. Unsweetened Almond Milk - 240 ml or 1 cup
  3. Chocolate Protein Powder - 1 scoop
  4. Sweetener of choice (Optional)

    Method of preparation

  5. In a glass jar combine all ingredients and mix well to ensure there are no lumps
  6. Refrigerate overnight