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Weekly Giveaway: Parma Gift Pack! the winner is treehugger5!

Parma (www.eatintheraw.com) is a nutty, cheesy, rich condiment that can be tossed on top of anything and make it ten times better. It is is my latest obsession. I was introduced to it during lunch at VegNews, where it is an office staple/addiction. They put it on everything, from popcorn to salads to pasta, and have made me a true convert/obsessed crazy person. I'm now buying it in bulk. I wish that were a lie. We're giving away a fabulous Parma gift pack, with huge 7-ounce jars of Parma and a super-cute cotton tee emblazoned with the Parma logo. Want!

For a chance to win a copy, let us know what you'd most like to top with Parma!

Contest ends on Tuesday, November 3rd at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random!

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We have big salads for dinner almost every night. I think this would be a delicious addition!

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One of my favorite recipes from this website is the "scary authentic stroganoff."  We make it all the time with lots of mushrooms.  Parma would be an excellent topping -- can taste it already.

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I have this stuff...its awesome on baked potatoes

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I would use on eggplant!!

Parma (www.eatintheraw.com) is a nutty, cheesy, rich condiment that can be tossed on top of anything and make it ten times better. It is is my latest obsession. I was introduced to it during lunch at VegNews, where it is an office staple/addiction. They put it on everything, from popcorn to salads to pasta, and have made me a true convert/obsessed crazy person. I'm now buying it in bulk. I wish that were a lie. We're giving away a fabulous Parma gift pack, with huge 7-ounce jars of Parma and a super-cute cotton tee emblazoned with the Parma logo. Want!

For a chance to win a copy, let us know what you'd most like to top with Parma!

Contest ends on Tuesday, November 3rd at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random!

http://vegnews.com/web/uploads/asset/67/file/TWMH.Parma.LG.gif

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I would like to sprinkle it over sauteed spinach, garlic and onions, or maybe some homemade garlic bread too.

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I make a killer eggplant parmesan (fried white or purple eggplant dipped in soy milk, flour and flax seed "eggs" with homemade red sauce).  I usually use nutritional yeast blended with shaved almonds or a tofu mash ricotta-style "cheese."  I would be interested in trying Parma to add a new flavor to my recipe!

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lavosh bread  with sundried tomato pesto topped with vegtables and PARMA

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I would love some Trader Joe's meatless meatballs topped with marinara sauce and a heaping shake of Parma!

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Pizza or lasagne! YUM!

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PARMA, PARMA and more PARMA on all the veggies -
winter/acorn/spaghetti squash, eggplant, onions, and tomatoes- I get from the local farm, as well as, lasagne, grilled tofu, allpastas - and my homemade vegan pesto with fresh basil, walnuts, oilive oil and PARMA!!

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Salads, especially veganized Caesar salads! 

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on a loaded baked potato!  veggies, salsa & parma!!

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I'd like to use it on spaghetti.  I have missed parmesan since becoming vege.

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On top of toast with tomato and olive oil.

Om nom nom.

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when i'm super super lazy i heat up a can of lesuer peas...add parma and a little earth balance...and i eat it all up. yummmmm. peas+parma+"butter"=YUMMM.

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Pasta, but also popcorn, and maybe on sandwiches to spice them up a little.

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Mmmm!

I like putting this on so many things, I have to make a list.

pasta, garlic bread, veggies, sandwiches, stews, chili, pumpkin curry, herbed dips, pesto and other pasta sauces, onion bagels or scones... anything savory and many things not savory!

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my vegan carbonara spaghetti or spinach quiche!!!

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Hmm...I'm thinking either on a pasta bake of sorts...or maybe on a twice baked potato! Yum...or on garlic bread. I LOVE garlic bread...or maybe I could make a pesto! Oh so much to do with Parma...

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