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Offline Bonaventure

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Re: Meatless recipes
« Reply #15 on: November 30, 2019, 11:27:13 AM »
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  • Here are three 'meatless' recipes, from The Catholic Cook Book, William I. Kaufman, The Citadel Press, 1965.

    Hopefully the recipes in the image are discernible.


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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #16 on: November 30, 2019, 12:20:41 PM »
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  • An oldie from the now-disgraced "Molto Mario" Batalli:



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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #17 on: December 02, 2019, 07:06:05 AM »
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  • Take spaghetti squash. Slice it in half.  Remove seeds.  Bake in oven for about 30 minutes.  Take the insides and shred it on plate and pour tomato sauce over it.  Then serve. 
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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #18 on: December 02, 2019, 08:45:02 PM »
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  • Here's another Molto Mario Recipe, Polenta and Clams. There is even a Tomato Sauce recipe and the polenta smudge is authentic. :-)


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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #19 on: Yesterday at 07:25:09 PM »
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  • Any meatless filling in crepes...seafood (think crab meat) cottage cheese etc.  yum.
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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #20 on: Yesterday at 07:45:03 PM »
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  • Go to Burger King and get the Impossible Whopper.

    If it's as indistinguishable from a hamburger as they claim, then it's probably against the spirit of the law.

    Of course, it's mostly genetically-engineered soy, and the soy wreaks havoc on the hormonal system, mimicking estrogens, so I would not make a habit of it.

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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #21 on: Yesterday at 11:06:21 PM »
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  • Go to Burger King and get the Impossible Whopper.

    If it's as indistinguishable from a hamburger as they claim, then it's probably against the spirit of the law.

    Of course, it's mostly genetically-engineered soy, and the soy wreaks havoc on the hormonal system, mimicking estrogens, so I would not make a habit of it.
    That might be something a Jew would do.

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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #22 on: Yesterday at 11:58:53 PM »
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  • That might be something a Jew would do.
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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #23 on: Today at 07:30:52 PM »
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  • Especially since Thanksgiving Friday looms, maybe you trads have some special meatless recipes to share.

    Recipes?

    Weyelll, I thought I recalled more topics in CathInfo's "Health and Nutrition" category that are focused on
    seafood
    , thus being "meatless" for purposes of Catholic abstinence, but today (using Google under silent protest[#]), I found scarce few of such postings, in particular:

    <https://www.cathinfo.com/health-and-nutrition/favorite-recipe/msg295237/#msg295237>:
    ‘jen51’: [Catfish Parmesan/Re:] Favorite Recipe
    Reply #4 on: July 04, 2013
    Recipe provided.

    <https://www.cathinfo.com/general-discussion/meatless-recipes/msg7272/#msg7272>
    ‘katoliko’: [Garlic Shrimp/Re:] Meatless Recipes
    Reply #4 on: March 10, 2007
    Recipe provided per her disclaimer: "I don't really have an exact recipe, I like to substitute and play around with ingredients".

    <https://www.cathinfo.com/general-discussion/meatless-recipes/msg7273/#msg7273>
    ‘PinoyMonk’: [Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup/Re:] Meatless Recipes
    Reply #5 on: March 10, 2007, 20:27:58
    Recipe provided per disclaimer: "Here's a favourite of mine!  I've never made it m'self, but the restaurant version is amazing!  Give it a try[.]".

    <https://www.cathinfo.com/health-and-nutrition/ceviche-and-escabeche/msg620970/>:
    ‘AlligatorDicax’: "Ceviche and escabeche" (6 replies: July 30--October 27, 2018).
    Detailed info that's possibly prone to dismissal as out-of-season (climatically, not liturgically).

    <https://www.cathinfo.com/health-and-nutrition/christmas-eve-'7-fishes'-for-abstinence/msg485605/>:
    ‘AlligatorDicax’: "Christmas Eve ‘7 Fishes’ for Abstinence" (December 30, 2015--January 02, 2016).
    I opened it with a long list of seafood recipes that don't drown the featured ingredients in tomato sauce[×].
    It's true that I offered no recipes, but even the multigenerational land-locked "Middle America" authors of Joy of Cooking[*] ought to have detailed recipes for several of the good ones.

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    Note #: Matthew has granted Google some privileged access to CathInfo that's not granted to privacy-oriented search-engines, notably Ixquick/StartPage and presumably DuckDuckGo.  But it's his prerogative.

    Note ×: A pet peeve: Drowning ingredients having delicate--some say subtle--flavor in typically strong-flavored tomato sauce.

    Note *: A reader might request such a book as a Christmas gift.  A frugal alternative, in areas with large-enough populations, is to buy cookbooks in serviceable condition for $1--$5 at some garage sales--or better yet, estate sales.  The regular cookbook scavengers will already have J.o.C.; they're looking out for the very locally focused (state or federal) Dept. of Agriculture, Junior League, or funkier cookbooks published on a shoe-string.

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    Re: Meatless recipes
    « Reply #24 on: Today at 07:48:13 PM »
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  • For a general cookbook, I'd rate The Fanny Farmer Cookbook and The Martha Stewart Cookbook much higher than The Joy of Cooking.

     

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