Thursday, January 29, 2009

Cast Iron seitan in my belly makes me happy

Move over White Wave, there's a new seitan in town! Cast Iron seitan has made it's debut here in Portland at local co-ops and Food Fight. It's made locally by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and her husband, and it is delicious.
I must admit, I have very little experience with seitan. I love Field Roast, but I've never done anything to it other than cut it up and eat it. So, I had no idea what the hell to do with this tub of seitan. I had brown rice and some leftover asian noodles that I needed to use up, so I decided to do a stirfry. Whoa, was it tasty!


Bok choy, onion, red pepper, and seitan


close up of the seitan


Cookin' up with teriyaki sauce and some peanut butter

And because you can never have enough kitty photos...


Cookie cat can't help but pose

Zoey cat with the pinkest nose ever!

Happy Friday, everyone!!! xoxo Chelsea

7 comments:

shelby said...

Ugh, you lucky girl! I wish I lived in Portland just so I could eat that yummy seitan!

Jeni Treehugger said...

Woah!
Everything's gone purple!!
You crazy chick!
I bet that seitan is delicious but nowhere near as gorgeous as Cookie and Zoey!!
Those two are adorable.

Tami (Vegan Appetite) said...

That seitan - and what you did with it - look incredible!

Cute kitties!

jessy said...

hooray for some of Isa's super tasty seitan! your stir-fry looks awesome, Chelsea! you're right - you can never have enough kitty pictures! yay!

happy friday to you, too - have a glorious weekend! wahooooooo!

River said...

Whoa! The last picture with everything cooking up with the sauce and PB looks fantastic!

Aww, your kitties are such cuties! Cookie's tail is incredibly fluffy!

T said...

Love your blog! It really is vegan mecca! *sigh*

I can't believe that seitan... I though Isa lived in brooklyn! Looks awesome though.

And adorable cats...

Jen aka Jewbacca said...

hey there, i love the new banner. yay for scrambles, vacation days, and seitan! i say this all the time, but i really wish we could live in portland. it would be so nice to have access to that much vegan fud.

how's your cat recoopin'?