[FATFREE Home] [Recipe Archive] [About the Mailing List and how to join]
[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Vegan Passover, coconut milk

Faith wrote:
> 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 
Passover 8-).

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-).

 Carole quoted:
> 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

Dr. Hadass Eviatar (XX)				mailto:eviatar@xxxxxxxxxx
National Research Council of Canada		Phone: (204) 984 - 6618
Institute for Biodiagnostics			Fax:     (204) 984 - 7036
435 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 1Y6	http://www.ibd.nrc.ca/~eviatar
  -- Shun evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it -- Psalm 34