I'm excited to try this!
so good! just made this for me and myself only. Am thinking right now about making it again before night's end.
'stumbled upon' ya. this blog is ADORABLE. can't wait to start making these yummy things.
i am obsessed with waiting for your next entry. please. you are an amazing artist and contributor to my vegan stoner lifestyle. thank you. please keep it coming!!
I really liked this blog, it is very fun. You should add the option for the rss feed, its easier for your readers to follow what's new.Congrats
Hola desde Costa Rica!!! Loooove the layout, Im vegetarian and just found this amazing blog from Costa Ricas' vegatarian society FB page!! Im soo glad they were discussing this blog :). The pictures are amazzzzing . Following your blog already ! Im here to stay, thank you for feeding me!
i love this blog! its so cute, i cant wait to make all of these delicious snacks:)
Oh my goodness, you have solved the ultimate hippie dilemma of trying to stay healthy and get high at the same time. These recipes are so much more interesting than the same munchie recipes i've been cooking all these years. and its cheap too! IM SO EXCITED!
Dude. Dude. I am making this right now and I am so freakin excited. I love this blog <3
Just wanted to say I make a variation inspired by this recipe all the time and my non-vegan, but still a stoner, boyfriend loves it. And so do I (a fellow vegan stoner).
I made this last night with a few variations and it tasted amazing. My ingredients: purple potatoes, sweet potatoes, veganaise, spicy mustard, dijon mustard, dab of honey, tiny bits of cucumber, green onion, spinach, salt, pepper, coriander, thyme, basil, and thinly grated carrot for a bit of sweet. It tastes amazing. But it is based off the basic recipe above, so you can make all kinds of fun variations with whatever munchies you have lying around.
I will try this tomorrow!Lovely! Your blog is what I missed in the whole internet-dynastie! YEHI!Please continue posting such easy, cheap, tasty looking recipes!!! :)xx from Germany
Sounds great, making it now. Will let you know.
I'm confused - is the spinach raw? Sorry if this is a dumb question.
Hi Anonymous,Yes, we used raw spinach. However, we believe that using cooked spinach would work just as good.
We read every comment received (except spam), and we try to respond to direct questions within the week. If we take longer to answer a question, it's usually because you've suggested something for the recipe or posed a problem, and we are gathering ingredients and re-making the recipe to double check its effectiveness. Thanks for the comments, and happy cooking! —The Vegan Stoner