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Philippine Pasta – Bitter Mellon and Sprouted Soybean Noodles


One of the themes of this book is that cooking is easy and that vegan cooking is easy, and that men and boys should be able to cook for themselves and for the goddess in their lives – whether it is their busy, over-worked mother, their girl friends, or their wives.

Women like vegan food because they are always thinking about controlling their weight.

Women and girls like men and boys who can cook. Compatibility in the kitchen may indicate compatibility in other rooms. Cooking together makes a perfect first date.

So, boys and men: Learn some vegan recipes and cook them up for the goddess in your life, and they will love you for it.

Try This Recipe:


  3 bitter melons, medium size
  1 container of sprouted soybeans
  4 oz. vegan noodles by weight
(1/4 of a 1 pound package of Flour Sticks Noodles from the Philippines)
2 tbsp. dried basil
1 bunch of garlic cloves
1 medium onion chopped
1 medium onion chopped
¼ cup olive oil
Salt and soy sauce to taste
Sesame tahini butter to taste
Nutritional yeast to taste


Steam stir fry onions and garlic in olive oil and water for 4 minutes. Add sliced bitter melon, soy beans, and basil and cook for another 4 minutes. Take everything out of the pan except for the remaining water. Add the noodles and more water and boil the noodles for 4 minutes. Add the cooked bitter melon and soybeans back to the pan and cook together for another minute. Garnish with green onions.

On each individual serving sprinkle a generous amount of nutritional yeast or sesame butter.