Tofu Breakfast Scramble

We have surprised our dearest this weekend; yes indeed we have. Our dearest was informed some weeks past that she would return to vegetarian eating. We also advised that her life partner, Keith, would also become a vegetarian food connoisseur in time. This information delighted our dearest because for a decade, or so, our dearest ate as a vegetarian and enjoyed the flavours very much indeed.

As an individual who appreciates that all consciousness is doing as arranged, it was not for the sake of not eating animals, per se, that enticed our dearest to forego meat eating. No, Dear Ones; our dearest appreciates that she is a part of a fantasy being enjoyed by her soul and, as such, does not have a sentimental / emotional reason for eating vegetarian / vegan foods; no indeed. Our dearest enjoyed, during her decade of non meat eating, the freedom that was felt within her digestive function.

Yes, Dear Hearts; our dearest does not digest meat as easily nor as enjoyably, so to speak, as she does non meat products.

We hasten to add, Dear Ones:  It matters little what is eaten in the ‘consciousness’ aspect. You will remember that all foods taken within have been, as it were, a living consciousness.

Be that as it may we have now instructed our dearest that the time for eating non meat products is at hand. We will, at another time, venture into the reasons for this as it progresses. That is, Dear Hearts; we shall speak upon the truth of a culture venturing into the aspect, long awaited, for the Earth Fantasy of ‘no harm’. This will take quite a good deal of time, Dear Ones. Once again we ask that you do not hold your breath.

Our dearest’s first foray into vegetarian / vegan eating was highlighted by the following recipe. We suggest that if you haven’t tried this delightful recipe, Dear Hearts, that you ‘give it a try’. You may find it as delicious as did our dearest.

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Tofu Breakfast Scramble – 2 Servings

  • 2 teaspoons olive oil / or better still, use a few tablespoons of water
  • 1/2 cup onion, diced
  • 1 small clove garlic, minced (optional)
  • 2 cups diced vegetables (I used one small zucchini, one small tomato and 2 mushrooms. However, whatever is on hand ((and loved)) will suffice.)
  • 200 grams (7 ounce) block of extra-firm tofu
  • 2 tablespoons tahini
  • 2 teaspoons low-sodium tamari or soy sauce
  • 2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  • 2-3 tablespoons nutritional yeast – found in your supermarket health foods isle, on-line, or from your health foods store.
  • 1 cup baby spinach
  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley, minced
  • 1 pinch black pepper, plus more to taste (optional)


  1. Heat a large skillet or wok over medium heat. Add the oil (or water) and sauté the onion until it’s soft and cooked through; about 5 to 6 minutes.
  2. Add the garlic and cook for two minutes. Add your vegetables of choice, and cook till they’re tender. If using water to sauté the vegetables, refresh the water as needed, so as the mixture remains moist whilst cooking.
  3. While the vegetables cook, crumble the tofu with your hands so that there are still some visible pieces, but it’s broken up quite thoroughly. Whisk together the tahini, tamari, mustard, and turmeric.
  4. Add the tofu to the skillet, along with the tahini mixture. Mix the ingredients together thoroughly and cook till the tofu is warmed through, about 4 minutes or so. Add the nutritional yeast and mix it in well. Finally, add the spinach and cook until it’s just wilted. Divide the scramble onto two plates and top each with parsley.
  5. Enjoy!

The image was found here and the recipe here

Many Blessings


    1. Anjali, this was definitely yummy! Although, because of the glorious foods you eat you may find this recipe a little bland. Adding a little extra zing may be needed to suit your palate. However, should you try it I’d love to know what you think.

      Have a wonderful day.
      Many Blessings, Dear Anjali

      1. Sure I will let you know, I am back from holidays. I will go for shopping and collect all the ingredients. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.
        You too have wonderful day ahead.

    1. Hahah Charlie – It was delish! Next time I make it I’m going to make enough for, at least, a couple of breakfasts. This recipe can be kept in the fridge for 3-4 days, or in the freezer up to 3-4 months… I know it’s going to become a staple for me… Yum, Yum…

      Have a good one, Charlie. And mind those dinosaur bones don’t get stuck between your teeth…
      Bye for now

  1. I’m glad you’re making a return if it makes you feel better inside and out, especially with the ‘the freedom that was felt within [your] digestive function.’ I do eat meat, but it’s pretty much limited to chicken since having a stoma. I go lots of days without meat, so I think my lesser intake is fine, I couldn’t cut out chicken as I’m already pretty limited in what I can manage. I must admit though I’ve never had tofu! I’ve never fully understood what is it or tastes like so I’ll have to investigate and pick some up next time I’m in the supermarket. Great recipe, and it’s good to see turmeric in there as it’s great for anti-inflammatory properties – thanks for sharing! xx

    1. It does indeed, Caz, make me feel better. I loved vegetarian eating during the nineties and early naughties. But then, The C.C. advised that my ‘next’ partner was on his way – and he was a meat eater… Ugggg… I thought. They advised a return to eating meat, which I did with very little grace!!!

      Tofu, Caz, is the result of compressing soy milk and eating the curds that result. It comes in various thicknesses from silken to firm. There is a lot of debate about its health properties with much of the world’s soy being genetically modified and the efficacy of such interference.

      Here in Oz I can purchase natural soy products (not genetically modified) and, hopefully, this will continue. I do hope so as tofu can be quite a nutritional addition to the diet.

      Hope you are having a good Easter break. Sending lots of Love & Kisses

  2. Wonderful recipe that every vegetarian would love to try! Needless to say it is a delicious breakfast that contributes to our well-being and vitality.

    1. I am having such good fun, Megala, googling for tasty vegetarian and vegan meals. In fact, this particular recipe is suitable not only for vegetarians, but also for those who prefer no animal product recipes. Yes, the vegan meal eaters will love this one as well.

      It is simply delicious.

      Sending warm regards to you, Dear Megala
      Many Blessings

    1. Hi Richa, so good to see you! ❤ ❤

      Yummylicious is a most appropriate description indeed.

      I'm currently scouring the net for veggie/vegan recipes, and wow, I've found quite a few I can't wait to try. I'm salivating just thinking about them!

      Love & Kisses, Richa & Many Blessings

    1. I’m feeling hungry just thinking about it, Moushmi. It truly was delicious. I’m looking forward to being inspired to have it again.

      I hope that’s soon…. Hahah..

      Happy Day, Dear Moushmi
      Many Blessings to you

  3. OMC… I’m on my way for dinner…yummy… MOL 😀 Granny likes vegetarian food too, since she eats it, she’s not only healthier, but she also doesn’t like the “normal” food anymore. She says that it’s tasteless and to sour for her system 😀 Pawkisses for a Happy Meal🐾😽💞

    1. Binky, please tell Granny that I am so pleased to be getting back to vegetarian eating; my tummy is ever so pleased, too…

      I’ve never quite understood why, Binky; but, with ‘normal’ food I always found it quite bland and didn’t really enjoy experimenting. But, with vegetarian eating I find myself experimenting with all kinds of spices and herbs and yummy things to make my meals exciting and delicious…

      We are so blessed, you me and Granny
      xoxoxo 🐾🐾🐾

    1. And Thank You, Brian, for leaving a comment; lovely of you to do so.

      I’ve been over to your blog and I find it very interesting and very enjoyably written. I would like to leave a ‘like’ here and there, but you’ve not given that option! I don’t always feel the need to leave a comment (I don’t always have anything of value to add), though, I do like to leave a ‘like’ should I have read and enjoyed a post.

      Have a wonderful day, Brian…
      Many Blessings

    1. Clare, I can truly recommend this Tofu Scramble; I absolutely love it. And I make enough for, at least, four servings.

      I love your blog. I know I’ll be trying more than one of your recipes. Yum!
      Many Blessings to you, Claire

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