cold loafI made my loaf Sunday afternoon but plans changed and I ended up not eating it Sunday. I've been eating it cold since then (lunch yesterday, breakfast today) and it is wonderful!
My loaf ingredients (off the top of my head) were: great northern beans, quinoa, onion, garlic (one clove? is she kidding?), carrots, nutritional yeast, veg Worcestershire sauce, some herbs (thyme and basil, I think), and pine nuts. I'm probably forgetting something, but that's the gist of it. I did try a bit of it out of the oven, just a sliver, and it was pretty good, and it's been really good cold, too. I tried it on a sandwich yesterday and the bread overwhelmed it, but it was great when I took it off bread to eat separately.
The taste vaguely reminds me of Thanksgiving, and I was thinking it might make a good main dish for a holiday meal, especially using "stuffing seasonings" like celery and onions and poultry seasoning. Even with the beans, grains and nuts it wasn't terribly heavy and could go with a large meal. And I like Carla's idea of individual molds, that would be awesome.
The veggies cooking:
The other ingredients:
The uncooked loaf:
The finished loaf: