My Favorite Sandwich

Yes, I know it's just a sandwich.  This is less a recipe than a way to share something I love.  Here's what went into it:

2 slices artisan bread (this was a When Pigs Fly multi-seed variety)
1-2 T Vegenaise
1 carrot, finely shredded
1/2 tomato
4-5 slices Tofurky (the pre-sliced kind)
2 slices red onion

The salad is just mixed spring greens tossed with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt, and pepper.

The pickle is from Grillo's Pickles, a local company I discovered at Dave's Fresh Pasta at Midnight Madness (where local businesses in Davis Square were open late a week after Thanksgiving). 

A final note: It took me a few years after I stopped eating real turkey to try these Tofurky slices, but now I'm hooked.  I'm also hooked on Vegenaise, although I keep hoping to find the low fat version around here.   I know they're processed, but both are made with organic, non-GMO ingredients, and they're yummy.  So, that is that.


  1. I LOVE vegenaise and my partner who is a mayo fanatic (and not vegan at all) really loves it too (even better than mayo).

  2. It really is amazing. And it's made using solar energy. I'm glad to hear you can get it in Europe! I finally found the low-fat, at Harvest Co-op in Cambridge (and I bought 3 jars!).


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