Oats. They’re the centerpiece of many a vegan food blog. To be honest, I haven’t caught the wave of hype yet. Two hours after engulfing a bowl of oats leaves me feeling like a blob of setting cement, AND they don’t deliver much in the department of texture or flavor (yeah, maple/brown sugar is cool, but […]Read more "Chai Toasted Oats (Gluten-Free & Stomach Friendly)"
Tofu scramble is the creme de la creme of vegan cuisine: it’s tasty, hearty, and a protein-packed way to start the day (sorry not sorry for using lame, infomercial style catch phrases). Unfortunately, tofu scramble, like many tofu based dishes, often lacks umph – being subjugated to bland, textureless mush. Which is a darn shame, because I’m […]Read more "Saucy Tofu Scramble"
Kim is fond of saying “I don’t like chocolate.” Well then, it’s certainly a curiosity why she couldn’t stop eating these cookies. Baking (and eating) these cookies on a rainy day, locked inside your house is a sure way to elevate the feng shui of your day – which is exactly the circumstances I created […]Read more "Double Chocolate Coconut Cookies"
1 tablespoon of flaxseed meal (ground up flax seeds) mixed with 2.5 tablespoons of water left to rest for 3 minutes = flax egg. Use in place of chicken eggs to help bind your baked goods. If you’re looking for something to bring fluffiness and a lighter to your confections, aquafaba is likely what you’re looking […]Read more "Flax Egg"
I don’t care who you are, mac n’ cheese is dang irresistible. Even shitty mac n’ cheese is pretty good. Have you ever had that one vegan mac n’ cheeze from the box? The one that you want to hate with every bone of your body but simply can’t because it’s just so friggin’ good? […]Read more "Vegan Mac N’ Cheeze (Gluten Free)"