Cheese-Less Sauces

Berkoff, Nancy
May 2008
Vegetarian Journal;2008, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p14
The article discusses several uses for cheese-less sauces in the U.S. Various vegan versions of traditional cheese sauces containing varying fat contents and calories are presented. Cheese-less sauce enhances frozen vegetables, leftover potatoes and vegetable burgers. It can also be applied as a topping for bean chili or tamale pie as part of a rice-and bean casserole filled with vegetables and beans.


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