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Re: Worcestshire sauce

There are several brands of vegetarian worcestshire sauce. Read the labels,
even the 
regular grocery store out here sells one. I think the brand name is Ashanti
or something like that. I personally wouldn't be without it since it adds a
lot of flavor to rice dishes and steamed vegetables. One of my favorite
uses for it is to saute mushrooms in Worcestshire sauce and a bit of pepper
until almost dry. Then you can use it to top a baked potato or as a filling
for baked won tons:-)


Marie Finch
Rocket Download

> From: ASconyers@xxxxxxx
> To: fatfree@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Worcestshire sauce
> Date: Wednesday, November 26, 1997 10:14 AM
> Angela,
> You are right-- w sauce is a no-no for this list. I am not a strict
> vegan or ff person, so I don't mind, but it shouldn't have been
> posted. FWIW,  I mentioned adding it as an ingredient to my
> recipe-less version of mushroom stroganoff, so it could easily be 
> left out. It's steak sauce that I like directly on my potatoes (which 
> is an idea I got from this list a few years ago-- it helps with the meat
> cravings that I still get).
> Michelle lists a lot of suprising non-veggie things in the FAQ,
> including gelatin (made from horse's hooves) and honey (some folks
> consider this an animal product since its made from bee spit ;-)
> The best advice is to read labels religiously. The next best advice is
> to hang out with dedicated vegans, who know a lot about non-veggie
> additions to foods.
> T Sconyers