In this week’s iteration of Tabitha Brown’s Vogue cooking show, she gets honest about what she craves from her pre-vegan days.The cravings for seafood have not disappeared,” she says. But there is a vegan substitute for all cravings, Brown reminds us, and in this case it’s in the Skeleton If Being A Mechanic Was Easy It Would Be Called Your Mom Shirt moreover I love this form of her delicious vegan scallops, or, as she’d say, “vallops. To start, you’ll need trumpet mushrooms. “When you cut them, you want them to look like a scallop,” Brown says, making sure not to cut them too thin or thick. You will also need garlic cloves, and some seasoning options: garlic and herb, or Greek seasoning. “You put as much as you want to because that’s your business.” Add Nori Komi Furikake “to give it a little bit of the seafood flavor,” and of course some plant-based butter and olive oil. “You want to make sure all of the seasonings are covering every piece.
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