Yesterday I made a vegan potato salad, tomato chickpea and zucchini soup, and scones.
The potato salad was inspired by a friend having made some this past summer with pickles in it (IE pickled cucumber for non-Americans). It sounded weird to me, but then I tried it and really enjoyed it. Anyhow, my end result is this weird bastardized cross between American and German potato salad, except the bacon you'd use in German potato salad I used a vegan tempeh bacon substitute, and my standard mayo is Just Mayo, because I like it better than normal mayonnaise. So I combined my fake mayo with pickle brine, balsamic vinegar and a bunch of whole grain mustard, and the end result is weird, but I really enjoy it, and the diced pickles and celery and onions make it have enough crunch to be texturally interesting. I'm definitely going to do this again, though I'm not convinced the fake bacon added enough, flavor-wise, to be worth bothering with, so I think I should do some A/B testing.
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