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This was absolutely TERRIBLE. The crust was horridly thick and would not cook through all of the way. The gravy, veggies and seasonings should have been mixed before baking not just layered on top of one another. We had glops of seasoning that assaulted our taste buds. I will not be making this again. I was so embarrassed to have served this to my mother-in-law.

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crys0904 July 21, 2012

This was delicious! The crust was just fantastic!!! I wasn't able to use wheat flour so I just used all-purpose flour and it still came out great. Note: I made this a second time and it was wonderful again! I served it with mashed potatoes that I had mixed spinach, garlic, and cheddar cheese into and a side of seasoned green beans. YUM!!!

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Dominick & Amanda September 13, 2009

Cheers for this. I tried the crust with fresh vegetables, TVP and gravy filling. I only used white flour but it worked pretty well. Make sure you don't overdo the water.

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lwyajvh November 09, 2008

This was scrumptious, many thanks. Added frozen pearl onions and green beans for even more veggies. Didn't have time to do crust, used 2 frozen pie shells, inverting one for a dome [it wasn't beautiful when fully cooked, but it was delicious]! I look forward to checking out all your recipes, thanks again!

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dfvoinovich August 16, 2008

Very good recipe. If you've got two people working on it it takes no time at all. I use fresh veggies instead of frozen. 2 cups of water to 1/3 cup of flour for the gravy. Over all, it was delicious and better than the expensive store bought version! Thanks!

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Elise_the_vegan November 11, 2007
Vegan Vegetable Pot Pie