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EEE-ZEE-CHEE-ZEE Grilled Cheeze

What you need: 

1/8 nutritional yeast
1/8 whole wheat pastry flour
water
sea salt
bread
vegan margarine (I use Earth Balance, its vegan)
black pepper (optional)
tomato (optional)

What you do: 

Put equal amounts of nutritional yeast and pastry flour in a small sauce pan (I like a little more yeast than flour). Add enough water to mix them together. Heat on medium for just a few seconds to heat it up (you only need about 1/8 cup of each for one serving. This can be adjusted to the number of sandwiches you are making). It should become like a spread (peanut butter consistency). Add sea salt to taste.
Spread this on bread and add tomato if desired. Add pepper to taste. Butter the outside of your bread (I use Earth Balance, its vegan), and grill it in a pan like you would grilled vegan cheese.
I just discovered this the other day.....I had been missing the real thing after all of these years and this is even better! The cheeze spread is good on crackers too (the only bad thing is that it kind of reminds me of Cheeze-Whiz). But delicious anyway!

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes, Cooking time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
5 minutes
Servings: 
1

SO HOW'D IT GO?

i added garlic powder and dried basil flakes and put tomato and avocado on the sandwich.  this really hit the spot without having to buy expensive nasty over processed soy cheese.  thanks!

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i made it plain, and veganbuttered the bread and fried it. bf just finished this, and he loves me on a new level now lol

he loves tomato so i will do that next time!

you, my dear, are awesome!  this is the best sandwich i've had in years!  thanks alot :D

YAY! Thank you! I get so excited when my recipes get reviewed...especially since i think I only have 3 on here. Did you have it plain or with tomato or pickle or anything?

I have another recipe I need to submit soon for spinach artichoke dip (my mom's recipe veganized).

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I was very pleasantly surprised, little2ant! I wasn't expecting much..just a nutritional yeast sandwich..but it was great! I added a little garlic powder, lots of salt (could have used more pepper), spread it on the bread, and added pickle, and lots of mustard to the sandwich. It toasted perfectly, and my husband, whom I thought I would hate it, said it was better than any grilled cheese sandwich he remembered. Yay! : )

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i made this for breakfast this morning!!
YUMMM!!!
ive tried doing like rice cheese fake grilled cheeses, but they were no good, and i was about to give up on grilled cheese and cry, but then! i found this! and tried it and yumyum. it was delicious.
i added a little garlic powder to the cheese mixture thing and put sliced tomato on the sandwich. im definitely gonna make this again.
:)

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you, my dear, are awesome!  this is the best sandwich i've had in years!  thanks alot :D

YAY! Thank you! I get so excited when my recipes get reviewed...especially since i think I only have 3 on here. Did you have it plain or with tomato or pickle or anything?

I have another recipe I need to submit soon for spinach artichoke dip (my mom's recipe veganized).

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you, my dear, are awesome!  this is the best sandwich i've had in years!  thanks alot :D

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Personally, I don't think this resembles real cheese, but there is something really awesome about this sandwich! I've made one for lunch every day this week. Anyway, thanks! Great and simple recipe.

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Yeah, try it with sea salt, and lots of it!
ALso, I find this much better with Tomato, pickle, or on a veggie burger (patty melt-style)!!

I'm not sure how I feel about this.  It tasted like nutritional yeast and flour.  Perhaps because I didn't use any salt?

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I'm not sure how I feel about this.  It tasted like nutritional yeast and flour.  Perhaps because I didn't use any salt?

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;)b This was a great simple sandwich! I loved it and so did my children! Thanks.

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