As any regular readers have probably figured out by now, I don't often make the same thing twice. I love trying new recipes, so unless something just totally blows me away, I probably will never make it again. And some recipes (okay, LOTS of recipes) do blow me away but still don't get made again because I just never get around to them. I have so many cookbooks and so little time!
But there's one simple breakfast that I've been coming back to over and over — Bernard's Brown Rice Breakfast from The Garden of Vegan:
Sarah Kramer and Tonya Bernard's (the recipe's namesake) The Garden of Vegan was my first vegan cookbook, and I've been making this since at least 2004 or 2005, right after going vegan. It looks kinda crazy, but it's oh-so-delicious. I blogged about my love for this tasty morning meal back in 2009 too.
Toast is topped with plain, heated tofu mixed with brown rice. Yes, it's unseasoned. But that's okay because you spray the tofu and rice-covered toast with Bragg's (or soy sauce) and then drizzle it all with flax oil and ketchup. Morning's don't really get better than this.
Do you ever make the same thing twice?