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  1. Kati

    Hi Amber, I haven’t been by your blog in way too long!! This blue-berry cake thing :> looks scrumptious! I may have to try it !

  2. Anonymous

    Amber, I made the peanut butter banana bread last week and it was so good. Then I made this blueberry cobbler–WOW!!! My wife said that is the best dessert she has ever tasted. I think everything on your blog looks good and now I guess I’m going to have to make everything! Thanks for sharing your talents! The pictures and step-by-step instructions are great, even I can follow them. Keep up the good work!

  3. Amber Shea

    Wow, thank you so much! That’s got to be my favorite comment ever :] I’m so glad the step-by-step instructions help. I never even really made a decision to structure this blog that way, it just kind of evolved into it. Keep me posted on what you make and how it turns out!

  4. Melanie

    AmberYour recipes look wonderful! I came across your blog on Runner’s World. Thanks for the work u put into this!

  5. Anonymous

    I made the cobbler (again) and used blackberries this time. Very good, of course! I kept the leftovers in the fridge and the next day warmed up a piece and poured vanilla soy milk over it, and it was so good, kind of like a dulce-de-leche taste.Since I am fairly new to this way of cooking and eating, can you share some of your regular menu items, like what do you eat everyday when you don’t have time for black bean & avocado enchiladas?G

  6. Amber Shea

    Coincidentally, I made this cobbler last Tuesday again too—and with blackberries! I wish I hadn’t eaten it all before seeing your suggestion with the soymilk…sounds divine.As for quick, everyday meals, I love these lists that Urban Vegan made:
    101 summery vegan meals: http://urbanvegan.blogspot.com/2007/07/summer-express-101-simple-vegan-meals.html
    101 autumn vegan meals: http://urbanvegan.blogspot.com/2007/11/autumn-express-101-simple-vegan-meals.html
    101 vegan picnic meals: http://urbanvegan.blogspot.com/2008/07/101-fast-recipes-for-inspired-vegan.html
    There is a wealth of inspiration there. Hope that helps!

  7. Hannah

    It hurts my soul to find posts from before we knew each other, so I’m commenting to FIX THIS YES YES. 😉 I love that you have a berry cobbler from your mum, and I grew up with berry crumbles 🙂 Less flour, add oats and walnuts, brown sugar for white, and bob’s your uncle. xoxo