I often try to make meat-style meals for the boy with side dishes and all that. I have a "wheat"loaf recipe that I've fashioned that, if you balance all the liquids out just right, and cook it a day ahead of time, it is sliceable and doesn't fall apart. After the great Neatball experiment, I thought I might try to work the Neatball recipe into a Neatloaf, thinking it might hold together better with a vital wheat gluten base. Really, it didn't. It was better day 2 out of the fridge, but it certainly still needs work. It did taste good though, and we had a lovely dinner of Wheatloaf, roasted potatoes, and collard greens. Back to the drawing board!