Meet Gale. He is a chemist and inventor of elaborate high-quality coffee brewing contraptions. He also likes singing Major Tom at karaoke.
When Gale is not assisting Walter White in making the world’s purest, most chemically stable meth in their underground super lab—he’s busy re-inventing how to make the best homemadevegan s’mores. That’s right folks Gale is freaking vegan!
In this scene Hank, the investigating DEA agent and brother-in-law to Walt, is seeking Walt’s chemistry expertise. Little does he know.
We won’t talk about what happened to Gale, but his lab journals and other items from his apartment are now in DEA custody. Walt is pouring over the journal trying to find any mention of himself amongst the comprehensive lab notes, inventions, and vegan recipes.
There’s this mystery man, I’ve been chasing for the better part of a year. He cooks the purest vegan marshmallows, that me or anyone else has ever seen. – Hank Schrader (well that’s kind of what he said)
“It’s a recipe for vegan s’mores. There’s all kinds of crazy crap in there…” – Hank Schrader (he did say this)
Description: With the Spiral Slicer you can conjure up endless julienne strips of carrot, radish, cucumber and all kinds of other firm vegetables. The 2x 3mm or 3.5 x 5mm spirals are perfect to create vegetable stir fries or pasta dishes. Also great for garnishes and plating.
Awesome for traveling
It’s incredibly light-weight and compact with a height just under 5 inches
Blades tucked on the inside
They come in 5 bright colors
Prime shipping through Amazon is available
Good for small to medium-sized cylindrical vegetables i.e. carrots, zucchini, cucumbers, daikon radish, etc.
I find the lid useless, the teeth don’t hold on. It’s easier to hold the vegetable directly
Will not work on round or bulbous vegetables
About 1.5-2 inches of vegetable will not turn into a noodle
Overall, I recommend. It’s sturdy, but light-weight, perfect for camping or traveling. I would like to now if TSA allows it as a carry on item
Method 16: Short and Sturdy Noodles
Product name: The Zuudlemaker – Julienne Vegetable Slicer [Buy on Amazon]
Description: A non-traditional grater with two rows of teeth set after a long plank
It’s slim and fits in a drawer perfectly
Another tool that would travel well
Produces a thicker sturdier strand of noodle that retains more of the ‘water’ (seen above, the result of this tool on the left and a traditional grater on the right)
Good on all vegetable sizes
Comes with a free recipe booklet for immediate inspiration
• Calories: 94 | Fat: 2 g | Fiber: 3 g | Protein: 7 g | Calcium: 5% | Iron: 8% | Manganese: 12% | Potassium: 5% •
1 - 8 oz package Lightlife Tempeh, sliced lengthwise into 1/8" thick strips
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup pineapple juice
1/2 cup tamari
1 teaspoon ginger powder
1 teaspoon granulated garlic
1/4 cup organic brown sugar or coconut sugar
ground black pepper to taste`
In a small saucepan whisk water, pineapple juice, tamari, ginger, garlic, brown sugar, and black pepper. Bring to a low boil, whisking until the sugar dissolves.
Lay tempeh strips in an 8x8 inch pan and cover with the marinade. Marinate in the refrigerator 4-5 hours or overnight.
Transfer tempeh strips to a mesh covered dehydrator tray and dehydrate between 145-155 degrees Fahrenheit for 7-10 hours or until desired chewiness. Store in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator. Will also keep on the counter in a drier climate.
I think they are the perfect snack for school, work, road trips, hikes, and even a bike ride. My plan is to pair them with plump medjool dates and bananas for a fast easy to carry snack. One that will stand a good jostle in the back pack and not get smooshed to smithereens. Sorry peanut butter and jelly.
Tempeh Fun Facts:
Originated on Indonesia’s island of Java
Java’s main protein source—I would love to try their preparations
Fermentation process of the soy carbohydrates renders them more digestible
Use a cheese grater to transform it into tempeh ‘crumbles’