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It’s falling here in Burlington as I type with no signs of stopping. Reply This chili looks so comforting and I really want to try the vegan sour cream.Just didn’t come up at all in my diet when I was growing up. I will definitely have to add sour cream to my chili! Reply I love your photography skills, they are fantastic! Your sour cream sounds delish (: …my vegan daughter usually mixes Tofutti (soy product) with lemon juice to make our sour cream (also very good and simple to make) to top our vegan nachos with homemade refried beans! The thing I always DISLIKE about chili is that often I find there’s too much sweetness to it when the cook is trying to cut the tomato acidity, but this sounds like the flavour combo would be just right. I just found out you can make a pretty good chili with nothing but canned beans, canned diced tomatoes and chilies, an onion, veggie broth and a bunch of seasoning slow cooked.Great food styling and the pics in this one are fab. Reply That is the most adorable “how’d-you-first-meet” scenario. It reminds me of me and my hubby – I moved for grade 12 too and that’s when we met. It even looks like it would be good wrapped up in a tortilla with some rice or something :) Reply Aww, such a cute story, thanks for sharing!I couldn’t help but smile :) This dip looks amazing, sadly… I also have a boyfriend who enjoys watching football, but I couldn’t care less about the game. I’m not sure how it’s possible than I have never come across a chilli dip before. You’ve reminded me of how much I’m missing good old sweetcorn! Although I didn’t admit to anyone that I liked him, and although we spent most of our time together we didn’t officially date until much later in the year. That dips sounds awesome, and, even better, I think I have all the ingredients on hand, including a perfectly ripe avocado just begging to be put to use.
It does make cooking fun when you up the stakes of your recipe. I usually opt for thick all natural plain coconut yoghurt; the one we have here in Ireland is literally made with three ingredients and it’s so thick and creamy! :) Reply Even though I’m not vegan, I agree a good chili doesn’t have to have meat. And what a great topping you have here with the vegan sour cream! Regular sour cream is one of two reasons I stopped eating a completely vegan diet. (And greek yogurt is a great substitute but still not vegan).I am stuck at work becasue of snow and surfing through other vegan sites and I have to say I keep comming back to yours.I have made many of your reciepes and they haven’t let me down.This chili looks heavenly and my stomach is rumbling as I’m typing… Reply You’re so right – chili is perfect for this week! I found this out because I ran out of everything else and wanted to buy an extra day before I went to the store, lol!Yours definitely looks better than mine with all the textures and frehsness though :) — Alex at brainy Girls Reply I really have to applaud your use of natural ingrediants rather than relying on the processed “meat like” products.
"Frank the Chili Tester was originally written by W. He is a humor columnist and writes the Cameron Column for the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, Colorado. She was so irritated over my gagging sounds that the snake tattoo under her eye started to twitch. When she winked at me her snake sort of coiled and uncoiled--it's kinda cute. Cayenne peppers freshly ground adding considerable kick. JUDGE TWO: Chili using shredded beef; could use more tomato.