Organicville makes a great marinara sauce that's vegan, gluten free and agave sweetened (they also make the best ketchup known to man). I've been meaning to try this recipe. I'm planning to get some celery for another recipe, so maybe Ill try this one as well (I hate getting organic celery for a recipe that only requires a few stalks because the extra always ends up going bad and then I have to throw it away).
Smurfy - for this recipe I always add extra celery because by the time I cut up two onions and a whole (small) head of cabbage, the celery is lost. But I know what you mean - I have to make an effort to use the rest of the celery. I'll try to have it with a nut butter or hummus for a snack to get it eaten. Also, if you cut the ends of the celery off and stick them in a glass of water, then in the fridge (you can cover with a plastic produce or ziploc bag if you have one), they stay nice and crisp for a while, or they can be crisped up if floppy.
I've always used Newman's Own marinara sauces. I'm not sure about their vegan-ness, but they make me feel good because the company donates a lot of their profits to charities. Mostly schools I believe. And they're natural products. And tasty too!
I made this last week and it was absolutely scrumptious! My head of cabbage was big so I only used half of it, but tonight I'm making it again....and doubling the recipe so I bought two heads of organic cabbage and they're much smaller. I think I'll put more celery in it too, because I love celery!
I tried this recipe and could barely finish it. I actually made myself eat it as I didn't want to make something else, but I couldn't understand how anyone could like it. I must have done something wrong! lol I did cut the ingredients in half as it was only me eating and I didn't want to have a ton of leftovers so maybe that's why.
I will have to try again without cutting the ingredients!