Paradise by the oven light: Gluten-free, dairy-free, legume-free, grain-free meatless “meatloaf” and potato-less “mashed potato”


Meatloaf. I didn’t grow up eating¬†meatloaf; Meat eating involved hamburgers, chicken tikka masala, tandoori chicken, Thanksgiving turkey, bacon and on occasion, a rack of lamb (when I was invited to Easter dinner at the house of my catholic school friend.) During this Whole30-like program I am participating in with members of my box, people have been posting pictures of meatloaf they have made. I was intrigued:¬†meatloaf was a great way to make multiple meals – for a classic American dinner with potatoes and veg or in a sandwich. So I looked up what the essential components to a meatloaf entail. They are: ground meat, binders and flavorings.

Well as a vegetarian, two out of three ain’t bad.

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