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I Can't Believe It's Vegan Gravy!

What you need: 

1 vegetable bullion cube
2 cups water
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
few good dashes garlic powder
2 heaped tablespoons nutritional yeast
few good dashes soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon mustard
1/4-1/2 cup flour, as needed (I use brown rice flour)
1 tablespoon vegan butter
sea salt and pepper, to taste

What you do: 

1. Combine all ingredients in pot, and bring to boil.
2. Cook on medium low heat until done.
I sometimes like to add a little pinch of sage as well. This goes great over everything! My Dad (avid meat eater) says that this gravy is delicious!

Preparation Time: 
15 minutes
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

this is the first gravy recipe i've tried since going vegan three years ago, and let me tell you - it was well worth the wait. i didnt have any soy sauce in the fridge; so i left it out this time around...but it was still delicious. i couldn't get my flour to mix in properly so if anything it was a bit clumpy, but the flour gooed together to form a tofu-y texture and with the gravy flavor absorbed in it, it added  an extra "meat substitute" to the dish i was making, which was a pleasant surprise. next time i won't be lobbing my flour in like i did this time (i was in a rush) so hopefully it'll have the creamy gravy texture that i desire.

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This is the bomb!  It's first time I've ever made gravy and it was easy and delicious, thanks for sharing. I used gluten free (garbanzo bean) flour and green onions/scallions instead of onion powder. Great for Thanksgiving with Tofurkey!

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do you think quinoa flour would work?

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I made this gravy twice in last week. It's very good. Happy with finding this recipe.

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I always use this recipe during the holiday's. I do not use flour or nutritional yeast. Instead I dissolve some cornstarch with cold water, I don't have exact measurements, so you have to eyeball it. It needs to be slightly thick. Then, slowly pour the cornstarch mixture into the gravey. Be VERY careful not to put too much because the gravy will gradually get thicker after a few hours.

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Amazing incredible ahSurprised

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Very good and quick.  I made it with corn starch and flour and it turned out great.  Will make again.

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I always use this recipe during the holiday's. I do not use flour or nutritional yeast. Instead I dissolve some cornstarch with cold water, I don't have exact measurements, so you have to eyeball it. It needs to be slightly thick. Then, slowly pour the cornstarch mixture into the gravey. Be VERY careful not to put too much because the gravy will gradually get thicker after a few hours.

I get zero lumps this way and its just easier in my opinion

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Amazing! I'm going to use this every time I need a brown gravy! Can't wait to have my carnivorous boyfriend try it!

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