If you have a toaster oven like I do, it makes it pretty quick, and also doesn't heat up your entire house. Toast them for about 15 minutes at 350*. Then taste one. THEY ARE SO MUCH BETTER THAN NON-TOASTED ONES! It's really pretty unbelievable.
Now because I didn't alter this recipe at all, I'm not going to actually publish it here (sorry!), but I will lay out the steps, in case you buy/borrow/steal this book from someone.
Heat up soy milk on the stove. Add yeast, sugar, and flour. Mix.
Knead it out a bit.
Spray your bowl with nonstick spray, and let the dough rise for an hour and a half.
Then, roll it out, and put in the filling. (I actually did this part wrong. You are supposed to brush it with melted margarine/butter, and then sprinkle it with a cinnamon/sugar/nut mixture. I mixed them all together, with the melted butter. Then I needed a little more butter to brush around. It still turned out DELICIOUS.)
Roll it up, starting at the bottom...
Arrange them into a pan, so that they touch each other (next time, I'm using a bigger pan and cramming them all in there!)