Just thought of something. Every "Tofu Scramble" recipe I see is somewhat complicated with garlic, onion, and lots of other veggies and spices. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but I remember the days of scrambling an egg or two, throwing on some cheese, and eating it. The other day, I experimented. I heated a little olive oil in my cast iron skillet, added 1 pack crumbled firm tofu, 2 T. nutritional yeast, 1 t. salt, 1/4 t. black pepper, and 1/4 t. turmeric. I cooked all this for 5 or 10 minutes, stirring, and then added about 1/2 cup grated Daiya Cheddar cheese. As soon as the cheese was incorporated and all melty, I ate it. Simple and delicious!
I rough chopped up an apple into chunks (lose the seeds, but keep the fiber rich skin), laid them on a cookie sheet, and sprinkled them with fresh ground cinnamon and a touch of salt (I know, salt sounds wierd, but it helps release the natural sugars in the apples) and baked them in the oven. I don't time them, I just wait for that yummy baked apple smell to waft through the kitchen (they are still slightly firm, not mushy, when done).
Then I just added them to some plain old oatmeal (okay, I love oatmeal, and I don't really think there is anything plain about it).
That's it! Easy peasy! The apples provide just the right amount of sweetness. This is from a girl who used to pile so much sugar and butter into her oatmeal that it was like eating raw cookie dough!
Vegan Chocolate Shakeology. Used 3/4 cup of Coconut water, 1 banana, a few strawberries and even added 2 cups of Kale. THE BOMB! Huge amounts of vitamins and minerals and protein -- Raw Srouted Brown Rice, Pea Protein, Chia flax, Quinoa, Sacha Inchi, and other amazing stuff. My daily lunch and din din at times.
In case your wondering... here's the link: www.MyShakeology.com/FullLifeRev