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We all love vegetables & growing them - that's why we are here on Ooooby. I'm sure there must be some vegetarian's or people with vegetarian family or friends in our community, so why not join and share... Got a favourite vegetarian recipe?

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Comment by Paul & Melissa T on June 10, 2012 at 5:58pm

Oh, I am so glad this group has grown hugely.  I am sorry for not being present the past couple of years or so.  I have been working, studying photography and raising my family.  Nothing has changed, life is always busy and I am still proud to be a vegetarian (just wish the rest of my family was).  Namaste, Mel. 

Comment by Katie McGregor on June 10, 2012 at 4:57pm

Hello all,

I would like to plug this blog http://www.mydarlinglemonthyme.com/

It is written by Emma Galloway, a Kiwi who recently moved to Oz for family. She is a chef by trade and has the MOST DELICIOUS vegetarian recipes - a lot are also gluten free and even vegan some of them.

The photography is also a feast for the eyes and I highly recommend it to you all. Best food blog I have seen in a long while and easy to use.

xx

K

Comment by Katharine on January 26, 2010 at 12:14am
I'd also love to get try that nut loaf recipe. Look forward to reading it when you post it.
Comment by Ann Allen on January 21, 2010 at 4:45pm
Kings Seeds sell Jicama seeds:
http://www.kingsseeds.co.nz/shop/Vegetables/Vegetable+Groups/Root+C...
I'll be growing them come the end of next winter. So thanks for the suggestions Jay and Stefanie. Now ... I need to source a yuzu plant, any suggestions?
Comment by Ann Allen on January 17, 2010 at 2:17pm
Thanks for that Jay, it really was most useful and confirms what I had researched. Since I am in Auckland then I will try to get and grow some seeds. I'll let you know if I manage to grow some.
Comment by Jay Robinson on January 17, 2010 at 2:02pm
We used to sell jicama in the produce dept at Willy St Coop in Madison, WI.
It is unrelated to any radishes. It is indeed a versatile, turnip type of plant, sweet and crunchy. I believe it actually originated in the Middle East but is now grown also in Latin America.
It was a specialty item even in the US, I would be doubtful you could get it in the stores here. Perhaps best to get seed and try growing it, if you are up temperate/subtropical Auckland way.
good luck.
Comment by Ann Allen on January 17, 2010 at 10:44am
Thanks Stefanie
Comment by Stefanie O'Brien on January 16, 2010 at 10:48pm
Is it the same as Daikon, Japanese radish, which is the same size and shape as a turnip but a little hot, like a radish? Its white? If so, try an Asian grocery like Lims in Mt Albert if you're in Auckland. Maybe get a photo off the net and go to an Asian shop that sells vegetables and ask?
Comment by Ann Allen on January 16, 2010 at 9:17pm
I am trying to source 'jicama'. Can anyone help please? It is a sweet turnip type vegetable with a texture a bit like a water chestnut, grown in Mexico but also used by several Asian countries. I have a number of recipes from various American vegan or vegetarian restaurants that use jicama and I'd like to use it too.
Comment by Paul & Melissa T on January 12, 2010 at 6:11pm
Hi & Happy New Year. I have a nut loaf recipe which I will dig out of the file box and post. (a little late probably). Also Kohlrabi can simply be peeled (to be honest I haven't eaten it unpeeled), diced and boiled/steamed until tender and serves with butter/cream. It can be made into a delicate creamed soup. Yum enjoy Kali! Nate & Pete - I have the same book, it's a gem!
 

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