> Dan and I have been invited to a Passover seder with friends next week,
> and I'm hunting for some vegan Passover-OK recipes to send along to them
> so they have some idea of what they can feed us! :)
The Vegetarian Resource Group (http://www.vrg.org) has published a book of
vegan Passover recipes, called No-Cholesterol Passover Recipes, (or words
to that effect), by Debra Wasserman. I use that a lot for my Seder,
although we are not vegan - there are just too many eggs rolling around on
You might also want to try the archives of rec.food.cuisine.jewish,
available at http://www.cyber-kitchen.com/rfcj/. The site is neither
fatfree nor vegan, but they've got so many recipes, there's bound to be one
or two you can use 8-).
> Coconut milk compares to mother's milk in its chemical balance.
Huh? First I heard of coconuts having human antibodies, adjusting their fat
and protein content according with the time of day, or any of the other
miracles accomplished by mother's milk. I find that a very dangerous
statement, as it might tempt somebody to give their baby coconut milk
instead of breastmilk or formula ...
Happy Passover to all those celebrating!
Be well, Hadass
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