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Vegan loaf - copycat of Amy's or alternative

I am a fan of Amy's Veggie Loaf, and I'm looking for a recipe something like it, but I'm open to other vegan loaf recipes too. Please share recipes for vegan loaves you've made and enjoyed!!!

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  1. I don't know Amy's Veggie Loaf but the recipe below is pretty darn tasty and makes for great sandwiches as well:

    http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2010/11/...

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    1. Do you mean like nutloaf? If so, this is a great one:

      http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/ve...

      ETA: My apologies. I missed the "vegan" part of your request. But I'll leave hte link here in case it helps others, or maybe you could modify this one to fit your needs.

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      1. re: IndyGirl

        It looks like a great option for lacto-ovo vegetarians, though!

        1. re: Full tummy

          It is a REALLY good recipe! I made a vegetarian gravy (it's the roasted garlic gravy from gourmet's vegetarian thanksgiving stuff a few years ago--probably 2008) to go with it for Thanksgiving a few years ago and it was just outstanding. Anyway, I'll stop hijacking this thread now. :)

          1. re: IndyGirl

            Thanks so much for the tip. I located the gravy recipe:

            http://www.gourmet.com/recipes/2000s/...

            It can be easily converted to vegan (by using oil or vegan margarine instead of the butter) - and, if good, this is a real find for me. :-)

            1. re: Full tummy

              I have done exactly that, and I can vouch for the fact that it works very well! It's an amazing recipe.

      2. Full tummy, are you interested in vegan enchiladas? Here are two awesome ones... sorry to keep hijacking!

        http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2009/0...

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        1. re: IndyGirl

          They look divine. Thanks!

          Also, that's a fabulous website. I am eyeing many of the other recipes!

          1. re: Full tummy

            That and 101cookbooks are my best resources. I highly recommend signing up for their emails so you can see when they write new posts.