[Toorcamp] Vegan cooking

grey artkiver at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 13:51:52 PDT 2009


Hmm, poking around it looks like there's only a microwave oven + stove, no
genuine oven...
-grey

On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 9:04 PM, Sabrina <sabrina at autopornography.com>wrote:

> Okay, good to know on the
> cookware.  Hit me up when you get here if you need to borrow anything else, though.
>
> Does the RV have an oven?  If I make a bunch of tofu buffalo wings and keep
> them in two 9x11 cake pans, can those be popped into an oven for re-heating?
>  I have never been inside an RV for more than a few minutes, so forgive me
> if this is an obvious question.
>
> If you're looking to fuel up on things in Seattle, we have a small vegan
> grocery store in the University District called Sidecar for Pig's Peace,
> which is volunteer-staffed, and all the proceeds go to a pig sanctuary.
>  They don't have produce, but they have all sorts of fake meats and cheeses
> (including Sheese and Cheezly from England), foodservice-sized Wildwood tofu
> blocks, beer and wine, boxed and canned foods, frozen ready-made stuff, and
> snacks/candy.  It's a few blocks from my favorite eatery in the city,
> Wayward, which is a greasy spoon run by punks.  They're closed Mondays and
> from 4pm onwards during the rest of the week, so I'd suggest it for your
> brunch on the 1st or 31st or whenever the RV arrives.
>
> Sabrina
>
>
>
> On Jun 22, 2009, at 8:54 PM, miloh wrote:
>
>
>
> On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 6:22 PM, Sabrina <sabrina at autopornography.com>wrote:
>
>>  My pots and pans are pretty indestructible, if you want to borrow them.
>>  They've taken some abuse, and they're not teflon-coated, so there's no way
>> you can harm them.  They're anodized something-or-other by Calphalon, and
>> they're heavy and cook like cast iron without having to hassle with
>> seasoning them.
>>
>
> I'm bringing my kitchen gauntlet which encludes a high btu gas stove,
> massive woks, iron cast work and steel pots, a couple thin pans and gear to
> get down with things like vegan boiled dumplings.  It will be a full
> kitchen, hopefully there will be hungry hackers...
>
>
>>
>> If you're looking for non-disposable, yet unbreakable eatery-ware, check
>> out Preserve: http://preserveproducts.com/products/tableware.html
>>
>> Sabrina
>>
>>
>> On Jun 22, 2009, at 4:05 PM, grey wrote:
>>
>> So... who wants to coordinate a big Rainbow run to load in the RV? (:
>>
>>
> I want to go along for the Rainbow run, and I know I can get a lot of bang
> for the $$ by going on a run to get vegan/veggie foodstuffs at New Mei on
> Clement street as  well...
>
>>
>> And errr, cooking gear and pots and pans?
>>
>> Gear referenced above.  I have some big stuff that can easily prep for
> 8-12 at a time, perhaps 20 at a stretch.
>
>
>>
>>
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