I’ve served my cashew queso to vegans and die-hard cheese fanatics alike, and it is always a hit.
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It’s the white whale for vegans. Cheese. Sure, there are plenty of vegan cheese options on the market. We’ve all grinned and eaten it. But as acceptable as they may be, they do all lack that, well, cheesiness.
Dr. Cow makes the finest, grandest, most addictive vegan cheese on Earth. And now the company has opened a flagship store in the BK.
The Cheesy Vegan by John Schlimm shows you how to make vegan versions of America’s favorite comfort food from scratch and then goes on to provide 125 different recipes using those vegan cheeses.
When I went vegan, I was excited to find so many excellent recipes for nondairy cheese and cheesy sauces. I was tickled to be ‘off the (cow) sauce,’ and never looked back! The one bump in my vegan cheese exploration: I never did come across a nondairy blue cheese recipe that rang my bell, and so contented myself with other types of cheesy nom. BUT NOW! OMG, after tasting Non-Dairy Blue-Style Sheese, I’ve concluded that there is officially no cheese that can’t be deliciously veganized. If you like both blue cheese and cruelty-free dining, this stuff will make you swoon!
I admit it: I’m a tofiend! I also used to be a feta fiend, before I understood the scale and scope of the animal cruelty inherent in dairy production (and how weird it was for a grown mammal like me to be unweaned). Now tofu feta tops my list of salad staples! I finally standardized my tofeta technique, resulting from extensive and enthusiastic R-&-D activities. Enjoy!
Use prepared pesto and marinara sauce for a quick (but decadent!) vegan meal!
Even though temperatures are soaring above the high 90s, I still feel the need to indulge in spicy and savory dishes when dining with pals. Particularly of the Mexican food variety. VegNews sent me this recipe in my weekly newsletter and I just had to share. (With a few variations of course.)
Vegan cheese? Who needs it! Next time you make a vegan pizza, try topping it with caramelized balsamic onions, crunchy crumbled tempeh, or creamy walnut-mushroom sauce.
Raw food rocks (oh, and its good for you too). Our household isn’t vegan, but we do have dairy allergies so we find ourselves looking for many vegan alternatives for [ … ]