best ever vegetarian burgers recipe, burgur, (patties), vegan, veggie burgers — 29 Comments

  1. People get scared and mad at any meat substitute ideas because they don’t want it taken away from them.. keep at it! It is an alternative to allow people to naturally cut back on meat if they find something they like.. especially if some choose by taste or health! I ate just meat once every 10 days (or something like that) for 2 years and found other choices before being a vegetarian.

  2. More recipes here in my playlist:

  3. Sometimes burgers like these come out really dry. One trick I use for oat burgers/sausage is to a) brown them in a skillet. b) simmer them in a good canned broth for 20 minutes. c) remove from broth and fry again. This gives them a nice moist, meat-like consistency.

  4. Vegan Mayonaise recipe
    1 cup canola oil
    1/2 cup soy milk
    1 tsp fresh lemon juice
    Pinch of salt, to taste
    Pinch of ground mustard to taste (or 1/2 a tsp or so of prepared mustard)
    Cooking directions
    Combine soy milk and lemon juice in a blender or with a wand blender for about 30 seconds.
    While blending, slowly add in the oil until emulsified and the mixture thickens. Add the salt and mustard and blend.
    Taste and adjust seasoning as needed.
    Of course, it’s tough to find non-GMO canola oil, so you can substitute this with vegetable oil, safflower oil or olive oil.

  5. I made these baked, and they came good.  When they were half cooked,  I slathered tamari sauce on them. Yummy..thx =)

    • Aw thanks…. I just made a batch of these…( love having them in the frige to snack on.. I eat them like cookies.. they are good cold too.)

  6. Isn’t it wonderful to live in a region of the world that allows us to choose our diet. Peoples like the Chukchi of northern Siberia depend on the reindeer for their livelihood, food, and warmth.

    • It’s my favorite… I usually make up a large batch with a can of ‘6 beans’, and keep them in the refrigerator. My husband, who is not vegetarian, loves them too! We like them cold too, and eat them as a snack like cookies!

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