April 8, 2012

8 Responses

  1. Colton says:

    I love all of your recipes and want to try them. But I don't get how you come to less than $10/day. If you only count by the serving, then maybe it would work out, but you sometimes can't just buy a dash of cinnamon, or one half of a tomato.

    Tis unfortunate. =/

    • Annabelle says:

      The thing with budgeting like this is that you have to make an investment at first, for example, you buy a pack of cinnamon today for you will only use a fraction of it on your dish and then save it for later, or buy one pound of tomatoes because not only is it more convenient and cheaper but also you eat half a tomato today and the other tomorrow. Maybe if you think of budgeting weekly it would make more sense.

      I think it's a great way to show people that you can eat amazingly on a budget, love your blog!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I just had some of your onion bread on Sunday. I had a few pieces in the freezer and they tasted as fresh as the day I dehydrated them! Soooo good. I had it with some of my yellow garden tomatoes and broccoli sprouts.
    Thanks Lisa for the info on ordering the dandelion seeds–that was very sweet for you to answer me back so quickly.

  3. Anonymous says:

    My hero… Can't wait to try the torte!

  4. Heather Pace says:

    Fried ice cream?! Genius Lisa! Love the onion bread too. I make the veggie version similar to yours but add zucchini. Makes the best sammies eh?!

  5. shannonmarie says:

    This menu is right up my alley. I might have to make that fried ice cream for my birthday at the end of the month.

  6. jillian says:

    I made the tomato sandwich for lunch today and practically had an orgasm in my mouth… I added some lime juice, chipotle, salt and pepper to the cashew mayo and then also added "roasted" red peppers and avocado to the sandwich. My bread took about 10 hours to dehydrate properly. But this morning when i opened the dehydrator it was perfect.

    Question. Olive oil is in the ingredients for the bread…but it doesn't say where to add it. I just added it at the end when i added the salt. If that was wrong, maybe that's why my bread took so long?

    Thanks for the recipe!!!