Yeolmu mul kimchi (young summer radish water kimchi) is a refreshing summertime dish in Korea. To keep it gout friendly and vegan this version is made without fish sauce.
A very simple vegan recipe for a Korean side dish or banchan.
Crispy fried seitan in a delicious sweet and sour sauce. Its so good your friends will not believe that it is vegan.
Easy and healthy roasted okra recipe
Traditional fish sauce is made with anchovies and salt. The more modern brands include ingredients like MSG, caramel and other food additives. None of these are good for someone who suffers from gout.
A very basic stir fry using seitan and Vegetables.
How to make shreddable chicken style seitan
A delicious chickpea salad sandwich recipe is a healthy alternative to tuna fish.
A simple but tasty plant based taco / burrito filling recipe. Cauliflower, mushrooms and pecans give a nice almost meaty flavor to the tacos.
Since I live in an area without a large Asian market fresh bean sprouts are impossible to buy. My best option is to grow them. This is how I grow mung beans sprouts. It’s a similar process for soybean sprouts but its harder to find soybeans that will sprout. These […]
Who doesn’t love spicy chicken wings? My favorites are the Korean ones with spicy or yangnyeom sauce. In Korean these are 두부 양념 치킨. To keep this gout friendly we will substitute extra firm tofu for wings. The sauce will have enough flavor to keep this from being a boring […]
Chicken and vegetable stir fry with a simple garlic sauce makes for a quick and tasty meal anytime. This recipe proves that a gout friendly does not mean all tofu all of the time.
Simple Chow Mein Recipe loaded with Vegetables
I first had Korean Mung Bean Pancakes as street food in South Korea. They are delicious, full of protein and a great way to use up bits of leftover veggies. To keep this recipe gout friendly we leave out the pork that often finds it way into the dish.
Tempeh is fermented whole soybeans which makes it a great source of protein, dietary fiber and vitamins. It’s not sexy to look at all covered in mold but has a nice mild nutty flavor to it.
I will admit that Pan Fried Noodles are one of my favorite dishes. It’s not a healthy dish but it is very tasty and has texture contrast. The goal was to create a gout friendly version just as good as my previous version. This version is full of flavor, the […]
This is the package we bought at the Korean market. Its 227 grams and we are only using 80 grams. Keep that in mind when your buying yours. It will help with the sicker shock. This is what it looks like out of the package. Its not the prettiest vegetable […]
My Fitness Pal has been telling me that my protein intake has been low. Rajma or red beans with flavorful spices is tasty way to get my protein. Using the instant pot makes it quick and I do not have to stand over the stove.
I am a big fan of KFC, Korean Fried Chicken especially the wings. But let’s face it frying wings makes a big mess in the kitchen and is not healthy. And eating a pig pile of fried wings is definitely not gout friendly. I have found that cauliflower can make […]
Did you know that most pizza dough is vegan? Well for the most part its flour, yeast, salt and water. It can also include oil or sugar. Depending upon how you top your pizza it is a food that is safe for gout sufferers. Most traditional toppings for pizza are […]
I have to admit chicken nuggets have always been one of my favorite junk foods. But since I have gout regularly eating a 20 piece from the Golden Arches is out of the question. This is my alternative using jack fruit. Since they are fried they are not healthy but […]
This simple recipe for General Tso Tofu is a plant based version of my General Tso Chicken. My family likes that recipe so I wanted a similar experience including flavor and texture. This meat free recipe gives a similar taste and by freezing, pressing and frying the tofu we can […]
Since I have gout shellfish is off the menu. But I really do miss crab cakes. These make a substitute, not a perfect replacement but something to satisfy the craving. Let’s talk about the ingredients.
Korean Black Bean Sauce Noodles / Jajangmyeon is normally made with pork or seafood. But to make this a gout friendly version we are going to substitute King Oyster and Portobello mushrooms. King oyster mushrooms for a pork like texture and portobello mushrooms for flavor.