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Sliceable Vegan Cheese For Sandwiches :: Oatmeal Cheese Recipe :: Vegan Cheesy Sausage Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches

Posted Feb 21 2009 12:00am 2 Comments
Yar, a hearty pirate's breakfast for a Saturday morning!















Biscuits I made from soda bread dough with a little more flour. I rolled them out and cut them with a coffee cup and baked them at 350F for about 30 minutes. First biscuits I have made in many years.
I heated the vegan sausage slices and the biscuits in a cast iron pan with a spray of olive oil then assembled them on a plate with slices of cheese, roma tomato and fresh basil. Beautiful!

Then I took the picture, gave them to the man and came back here to write all about it. They were good, trust me! I didn't eat any cuz I'm trying to juice today. It's hard with people all over. I want to cook for everyone all day long. I am cooking beans and will be making chili for dinner tonight. I will try to make some tortillas today. It might be a disaster, I will let you know.

Oatmeal cheese on a flax and quinoa cracker.














I was looking all over for an agar cheese recipe and found this here
Reprinted without permission from No Milk dot com
--------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.00 (BB)

Title: Mostarella Cheeze
Categories: Vegetarian, Vegan, Sandwiches
Yield: 3 cups

2 c ;water
1/2 c Nutritional yeast flakes
1/3 c Quick-cooking rolled oats
1/4 c Tahini
4 tb Arrowroot or cornstarch
4 tb Fresh lemon juice
1 tb Onion granules
1 ts Salt

Process all ingredients in a blender for several
minutes until very smooth.

Pour into a saucepan and cook over medium heat,
stirring constantly, until very thick and smooth.

Pack into a lightly oiled, 3 cup rectangular mold,
loaf pan, or other small, rectangular conainer and
cool. For round slices, pack into a small, straight
sided, cylindrical container. Cool, cover and chill
overnight. To serve, turn out of the mold and
carefully slice. Store leftovers in the refrigerator.


Still in the mold after chilling overnight.














Released from the mold and on my cheese plate.
















It really worked. What a great way to use the power of oatmeal to my advantage!
It's soft, but I was able to slice it and put it on the biscuits over hot sausages. It tastes VERY cheesey.
I made the recipe exactly but I used garlic powder instead of onion granules and 1/2 cup of raw, hulled sesames seeds instead of tahini.

  














Last night the boy ate dinner with the family. We all had grilled cheese, mozz for the omnis and seed cheese for me, tomato soup that I made from scratch and salad.
The boy ate some of everything and didn't have anything special made for him! First time EVER!!

Amazing SUCCESS!
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This looks really good. I am about to try this recipe. I'll post it on my blog soon, http://www.yummyvegetariandelights.com I'll link back to you. God bless! :)

Any ideas why mine did not set up?
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