Low Carb Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

8 responses

  1. Priya
    December 6, 2011

    Definitely will keep us warm while its chilled outside,lovely this vegan pie.

  2. Nisha
    December 6, 2011

    Looks nutritious!
    Btw Madhuram, the Google Ads below Recent Comments on left bar is cutting into your text body… :)

    • Madhuram
      December 6, 2011

      Thanks Nisha. It’s taken care now.

  3. Sadhana
    December 8, 2011

    Lovely one Madhuram. I have also gone through Raj’s space but one thing is diet needs to be catered to body type. This all high protein paleo diet will not work for every body, only if your body is of protein type then it will work. The best Dietician for some one is their own self, who can understand how good they feel with the food they take and periodical blood work results.

  4. Cilantro
    December 10, 2011

    Hi Madhuram,
    I am doing good and thanks for asking. How are your kids doing?
    Its been a while that I have been actively blogging and therefore its been quite a while since I visited you blog. We moved to Dallas and got busy with other things.
    …I have read Raj`s article elsewhere and I have to admit that I cannot follow a strict plan. Although I am not a bake-aholic like you I still need the courage to plunge into any diet plan. I hope to make a resolution for this New year and hope it keep it up.

  5. Cham
    December 13, 2011

    Hi Madu,
    Been age I visited this blog i guess, I will subscribe to this one.
    How is the little one?
    We never liked dessert. So baking happened monthly twice a cookie or cake for my son. When it comes to diet, i can stick probably a week and boom go back again with rice or roti. We are dam carb people (South Indian problem).

  6. Vaishali
    December 13, 2011

    Hi Madhuram, this sounds like a really interesting recipe. I wouldn’t have imagined mashed cauliflower would taste good as a substitute for cheese, but I will take your word for it.
    It is true that an excess of carbs or sweets can be bad, but there are ways to make old favorites healthier than traditional versions and enjoy them in moderation. I personally don’t have a huge sweet tooth, but could I give up all sweets? No way. I wouldn’t even try. :)

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