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No soymilk white sauce

A white sauce with no soymilk?  Well, you can buy mochi in a health food
store.  It is a brick made up of brown rice; normally it is baked and
puffs up to provide a nice snack.  However, it can be melted in some sort
of liquid to make a thick sauce.  If you don't want soymilk, you can use
rice milk or (maybe) water. I have added nutritional yeast, mustard, and
hot sauce to give it a quasi-cheesy flavor.  If you buy the plain mochi,
it will not add any kind of flavor.  In Lindsay Wagner's High Road to
Health cookbook, there is a guideline for making a sauce with mochi.  It
is available in most libraries.  Good luck.