Vegan “Cheese” Lasagna

Vegan “Cheese” Lasagna. Pic by M.C.

Some people can’t live without cheese. You probably think the lyrics, “I’ll stop the world and melt with you,” by Modern English are about cheese. Are you still vegetarian? Why not make the change to vegan?

I would suggest vegan cheeses made from coconut or almonds. VioLife melts the best. It really melts! It’s really cheesy! But don’t go crazy. Processed food on a daily bases isn’t the healthiest. All in moderation.

Amy’s pasta sauce is yummy because she adds organic cane sugar. The sauce is gluten free too. If you don’t want sugar try Mezzetta’s roasted garlic sauce.

Vegan “Cheese” Lasagna Recipe
3 garlic cloves, chopped
1 pkg. (9 oz.) Jovial-organic brown rice, gluten free, no-boil lasagna pasta
2 1/2 jars Amy’s tomato basil sauce
2 pkg. Violife mozzarella shreds

Suggestion: To change up this recipe add chopped baby spinach to two of the layers.

Yield: 12 servings

You can sauté the garlic in olive oil first to cook it thoroughly. I didn’t do that this time around, which makes for a strong garlic taste. Next time I will use garlic powder.

Use a 10” X 13” glass Pyrex type dish. There are 12 noodles in the Jovial lasagna noodle box. In total use about 64-ounces of sauce and 16-ounces of cheese. It fits perfectly, making three layers and four rows. This is really easy. I didn’t even add spices since Amy’s pasta sauce already has basil in it.

Preheat oven to 375° F.

Spread sauce on bottom of dish. Place four noodles side by side covering the sauce. Sprinkle a layer of cheese. Sauce, noodles, cheese. Sauce, noodles, cheese. And then top with sauce. Cover with foil and put in heated oven. Bake for 60 minutes. Bake uncovered for 10 minutes. Let stand for 10 minutes.

If you want, make garlic bread with Little Northern Bakehouse gluten free bread and a salad.

Food for Thought:
There are so many topics. Of course, they want us to talk about the fraudulent election or covaids. The funny thing is it’s only scary when I turn on the TV or get on social media. I like books because I can make up my own mind. With a visual like tel-a-vision they can thought shape you with their mind control in part because of the visual. At least with a book I can imagine in my mind’s eye and decide what I believe. Take some time to quiet your mind. Pray, read, or take a walk.

Empire Beneath the Ice by Stephen Quayle is a great read that explains why America is in a technological/space war perhaps and of course a spiritual war. I also mentioned Covid-19: The Great Reset by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret in the last post. I just started reading it among other books. For light reading, I’m enjoying The Chemist by Stephanie Meyer and even she gets into the CIA and an off shoot department. I hope your journey for the truth gives you peace of mind.

Happy Vegan!

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