This Thanksgiving treat yourself to this vegan stuffing is baked as a casserole and serves about 10. The recipe takes about an hour to complete. You’ll need a large frying pan, a wooden spoon, a large mixing bowl and two medium or one very large casserole dishes with lids.
¾ c butter
2 c onion, chopped
2 c celery, chopped
1-2 t salt
3 t sage
3 t thyme
1 t marjoram
1 t rosemary
½ c fresh parsley, chopped
2-3 T apple cider vinegar
6 c bread cubes
4 c green apples, chopped
1½ c raisins (optional)
1½ c lightly toasted walnuts, minced
2 c vegetable stock
Melt butter or olive oil over medium high heat and sauté onion and celery until soft and starting to turn golden. Add salt, pepper, herb, and vinegar. Mix well and remove from heat.
Preheat oven to 350.
In the bowl, combine bread, apples, raisins, and walnuts. Stir in onion mixture until well combined.
Toss with half of the stock and check consistency – you want the stuffing to be moist but not soggy. Add more stock as needed, then taste and adjust seasonings.
Butter the casseroles, add stuffing, cover, and bake for 45 minutes.
After eating your healthy hot vegan dish, heat it up with your partner by performing this month’s kama sutra position, the armchair.[armchair]
With his hands, the male penetrates his companion with his erection, controlling both the rate and the intensity of the penetration. The female’s legs lean smoothly on the male’s shoulders, who has his head in between and surrounded the female’s thighs. The difficulty that resides in and the intricate nature of this position, makes “the armchair” a different and extremely sensual position.
(Recipe from www.theveggietable.com)
(Kama Sutra image and explanation from www.jijasali.com)