Monthly Archive for: "July, 2016"
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Aquafaba Mayonnaise

Aquafaba mayo is super simple and easy to make. This vegan recipe produces a classic mayonnaise that is thick, creamy, slightly tangy and simply perfect for all your sandwich needs. The ingredients are basically the same as with a normal mayonnaise recipe, except we replace the traditional egg with aquafaba and a sprinkle of eggy-tasting […]

Aquafaba Mozzarella

This vegan cheese is super easy to make and tastes just like mozzarella! Just blend, heat and chill and you’ll have perfectly slice-able and grate-able cheese for your vegan charcuterie, sandwiches, grilled cheese, pasta, pizza and more. This brilliant vegan cheese was created by Lacey from; thank you to her for letting me demonstrate […]

How to Make Roasted Red Bell Peppers in the Oven

Roasted red peppers are one of my favourite ingredients to kick up the umami savoury flavour in all kinds of vegan dishes. Roasting red peppers makes them a lot sweeter too. Perfect for blending into dips or sauces and layering into sandwiches. In this video, I’ll show you a fast way to roast red peppers […]

Turmeric Milk Mix

Turmeric is an awesome natural anti-inflammatory spice and lately I’ve been using a lot of it. As some of you know I’ve been dealing with repetitive strain injuries in my upper limbs and it’s greatly affected my day-to-day. Luckily, turmeric milk helps to relieve the pain, reducing my reliance on NSAIDS. This turmeric milk mix […]

Whole Roasted Garlic Bulbs: Traditional and Oil-Free

In this tutorial, I’ll show you two ways to make whole roasted garlic bulbs: one classic method and recipe for oil-free roasted garlic. Roasted garlic can really transform any dish that you may have used regular garlic for giving it a more mellow, sweet flavour. Video tutorial for Whole Roasted Garlic Bulbs – Traditional and […]

Vegan Jackfruit Chicken Salad

Green unripe jackfruit has been a popular meat alternative, especially recently in the vegan cooking world. This recipe takes advantage of jackfruit’s fibrous texture to make a mock chicken salad that looks and tastes like the original with no birds harmed. Click here for the printable recipe. I never did like green jackfruit in savory […]
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