In this video, Gaz Oakley, shows how to prepare an awesome vegan breakfast. It includes bacon and sausage substitutes, tofu based scrambled eggs substitute, baked beans, roasted cherry tomatoes, fresh avocado, and toast.
Candice demonstrates how to make healthy finger food snacks without the terrible unhealthy ingredients contained in regular animal sausage. Continue reading
Amber demonstrates an amazingly simple way to make delicious “ice cream like” treats that are dairy free, sugar free, and gluten free. The basic ingredient is ripe frozen bananas, which are blended in a food processor with other flavorful ingredients such as vanilla, cocoa powder, etc. You can add any other ingredients of your choice to easily make delicious and healthy treats. Enjoy. Continue reading
Gillian demonstrates how easy it is to prepare a vegan egg replacer using chia seeds. Ground flax seeds can be used in the same way. If you don’t want to use a commercial egg replacer, chia seeds or flax seeds are great healthy alternatives for recipes that use eggs as binders. She also talks about what she did to make French toast without using any eggs. Continue reading
Here is an Alfredo recipe that does not include any animal products. Jon demonstrates his version by creating a mixture of sauteed mushrooms, onions, garlic, capers, scallions, and tofu. He creates his Alfredo sauce starting with a roux made with olive oil, and flour to which he adds Almond milk and some of his sauteed vegetables and scallions. He tosses his Alfredo sauce with vegan fettuccine pasta, tops it with some of his sauteed mushroom, onion, capers and tofu mixture, and fresh scallions. Try this recipe with a good salad, and some wine. Enjoy. Continue reading
Laura says, “Caution. Brownies are decadent. So, even the raw kind can’t be eaten for every meal.” In this video, she shows a simple technique to make these delicious treats with raw vegan ingredients. After watching this video, you’ll want to make them yourself. Laura says they are a great item to bring to a party, or to wrap up and give as a gift. Continue reading