Another Great Sabbath Potluck!

Being a part of America’s longest living community definitely has its benefits. I would rather eat food at my church’s potluck than eat out any day of the week because the food is healthier, and it tastes better!

Why does my church emphasize eating a vegetarian diet?

The Bible says, “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” 1 Cor. 10:31. God is concerned about all the details of our lives even down to what we eat. He doesn’t want us to get sick from eating disease laden food; rather, He wants our minds to be clear so we can effectively communicate with Him.

Check out these pictures below from my church’s vegetarian potluck today!

***Disclaimer***
I’m sorry, but I currently don’t have the recipes of these items. I might be able to get some of them, but I can’t guarantee this.

Carob Cake

Vegan Poppy Seed Cake

Tofu Dish

Okra Dish

My Vegan SoyCurl Dish!

This was the first time that I brought a dish to this church in Arkansas, so I was a little nervous, but one person said she enjoyed it!

Vegan Meatballs

Here’s a video about my church’s vegetarian potluck:


  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/08/22/wheat-free-pasta/ Wheat Free Pasta! : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] church member who made this wheat free pasta dish for our Sabbath potluck was so gracious enough to share her […]

  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/08/23/okra-recipe-idea/ Okra Recipe Idea! : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] Here’s the okra recipe idea I obtained from our recent Sabbath potluck meal: […]

  • http://twitter.com/VegDivasKitchen VeggieDiva.com

    Your food looks amazing!

  • Anonymous

    I’m really privileged to eat this type of food on a daily basis, and Sabbath potluck just takes the food to another level each week. :) I’m obtaining recipes from church members who made some of this food, and I’m posting them bit by bit on OpenSourceVegan.com. When this is finished, I’ll add the recipe links to this blog post. :)

    –Franklin

  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/08/26/barbecue-sauce-recipe-from-sabbath-potluck/ Barbecue Sauce Recipe from Sabbath Potluck! : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] This is the barbecue sauce recipe that I obtained from a church member. She used it to make these meatballs for our recent Sabbath potluck. […]

  • Lotrob

    This all look sooooooooo very delicious.  My church has vegan meals on Sabbath but we have a planned menu done by groups assigned for each Sabbath week rather than “potluck”.

  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/08/29/potluck-meatball-recipe/ Potluck Meatball Recipe : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] the meatball recipe that a church member used for one of our recent Sabbath potluck meals. She said that in order for the meatballs not to get too mushy, she would freeze them, put the […]

  • Anonymous

    Those meals sound great, too. :)

    I like the variety @ my church. Did you see these photos from our most recent potluck: http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/08/28/a-wonderful-sabbath-potluck/ ?

  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/11/12/following-practical-compassion/ Following Practical Compassion : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] sun has set, and it’s now Sabbath. In addition to eating great vegan food during my church’s Sabbath potluck, the Sabbath is a special, 24 hour period of time to really feast on the word of God and biblical […]

  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2011/11/20/eating-out/ When Eating Out, #WhatDoVegansEat? : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] I would frequent it. The members are health conscious, and they go out of their way to make their Sabbath potluck meals tasty and […]

  • http://opensourcevegan.com/2012/05/04/using-my-recipes-in-the-open-source-vegan-kitchen/ Using my recipes in the Open Source Vegan kitchen : OpenSourceVegan.com

    […] Now it’s going through it’s varied freezing processes to be ready for church potluck this Sabbath. […]