4 EASY VEGAN RECIPES | I can’t cook but here goes :D | Lauren Curtis

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  1. With the Quornn “chicken” you should microwave it for about 1m and then fry it! That’s what I do with mine, makes it so much quicker when cooking them from frozen ☺️

  2. Loved this video Lauren would love to see another one soon 🙂 I’m dying to try that macadamia feta after this video but I don’t know if they sell it on the Gold Coast I will have to go hunting for it!

  3. I made your veggie pasta tonight! I didn't use the feta coz its a bit expensive so I just put some minced garlic in when I steamed the veggies instead. Everything else the same though and it is so yummy!! and it was done in like 10-15 minutes, definitely going to be a new regular meal for me 🙂

  4. Lovely, delish looking recipes but seriously all you do to pasta is put it in salted boiling water lol. Fresh pasta is like 2mins tops and packet pasta like 8 mins or something. and thats it!

  5. Psyllium husks are pure fiber and are bulking in liquid, meaning they move and clean contents of your colon. Very good for people who suffer from constipation.
    Am I recollecting correctly that you were/are having an issue with your thyroid? It would be best to stay away from wheat, especially the one containing gluten. Also, soy milk is a "NO, NO" for thyroid, as it messes up your hormones. It contains plant estrogen. Try using rice or almond or any other plant milk.

  6. Have you tried the fry's patties? I like them more than the Quorn ones and they take about 15-20mins under the grill and the breading goes crunchy! Yum! Will definitely be trying some of these dishes out! Thanks Lauren!

  7. I do a similar avo toast, but I mash the avo and spread it, crumble the feta and sprinkle with chilli flakes and pepitas! some days I do a balsamic glaze as well, if I can be bothered.

  8. BRO, cooking pasta is 1000 times easier than doing all these delicious recipes. Fill a pan with water and boil it, turn down the heat and put in some salt and the pasta. Wait until the pasta is cooked to your liking (you can take a fork and taste it to feel the texture), it should be something between 5-10 minutes. Done.

    Loved the video and recipes BTW, don't take the comment too hard 🙂

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