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Lamb's Bread (Veggie/Vegan) Restaurant in Columbia SC

Just tried it for the first time today with my daughter. We split a Reuben made with tempeh (excellent and delicious) and then shared items off of a dinner, including a mushroom teriaki, rutabaga (tastiest I've ever tried). Everything was delicious and made you feel good. We are DEFINITELY going to go back frequently. You can eat in or take out and there's an area for a band which probably operates at nights sometimes for atmosphere Try it if you're trying to go vegan or just improve your health!

Jan 10, 2012
JaneEyrez in Southeast

Adding egg to your oatmeal?

No, I don't usually add egg in advance because I make a lot of oatmeal and use it different ways. But I don't see any reason why you couldn't do it that way.

Mar 19, 2011
JaneEyrez in Home Cooking

Adding egg to your oatmeal?

I'm glad you enjoyed it. Oddly enough, I got this from you today via Chowhound and I had just had it for dinner, after not making it for a long time. Such a coincidence.

Feb 10, 2011
JaneEyrez in Home Cooking

Adding egg to your oatmeal?

I love steel cut oats and have found that I really like them better savoury than sweet. I make chicken soup with onion and celery and oftentimes add a dollop of cooked oats to the soup to make it more like a hearty barley-type soup meal.

Also, directly on point to the topic, just today I cut up one small precooked turkey sausage patty into the bottom of a bowl, overtopped it with a serving of precooked oats. While I was warming those two items in the microwave, I cooked an egg over easy, which I then put onto the top of the bowl. I just broke up the egg in pieces in the middle of the bowl so I could incorporate bites of it with the oatmeal/sausage mixture, or not.

Just for those who might want to know, I have for years used a small size teflon pot to break one or two eggs into for making it easy to cook them over medium. My pot has a clear glass lid, so it's easy to monitor whether the yellow has set yet. To be really sure, occassionally take off the lid and shake the pot to see whether the yellow still quivers, if, like me, you don't like to go all the way to hard-cooked in the middle.

I love this site... such a good source of information about food!

Jan 25, 2008
JaneEyrez in Home Cooking