Wednesday, April 27, 2011

I swear I'll review recipes again someday.

Wow, have I been failing miserably on the whole vegan thing. I blame it on my birthday coming up and me eating everything in sight in preparation for my impending monthly visitor. Just what you guys want to read about on a food blog, women's biology! But I digress....

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I love smoothies and make them often. So yesterday I made one with Stonyfield Organic O'Soy vanilla yogurt, Almond Breeze unsweetened almond milk and frozen raspberries. It doesn't taste quite the same as my usual smoothies, but I didn't really expect it to. And I really loved the intense almond flavor you get from the milk substitute. My lovely friend Kris Anne is the one who turned me onto almond milk as a suitable substitute. I've been having the physical symptoms of soy intolerance so I'm trying to avoid it all costs even though I'm really bad at it. I eat soy yogurt, use soy sauce on my sushi and still eat tofu from time to time. It does rotten things to me but it TASTES SO GOOD. Oh well.

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So I thought maybe I would list some of my favorite recipes here and ones I want to try to get me motivated when I go to the grocery store today. Enjoy!:

You can get the whole Uncheese cookbook on Google Books and this recipe for Meunster Cheez is right up my alley.

I made waffles the other night and they were amazing. I add a dash of cinnamon and some vanilla to this recipe, other than that, it is perfection!

About a week ago I made my first batch of dinner rolls from scratch and would love to have a vegan version. This one looks just like the non-vegan ones I made.

Thinking about making this dessert for my birthday. Looks totally amazing.

We used to buy Sponge Candy at Fleet Farm all the time, I want to make my own sometime soon.

Peanut Noodle Vegetable Soup. Need I say more?

I realize these are almost all unhealthy things, but I like knowing I can make my favorite junk food vegan, it makes the transition that much easier.

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And have you guys seen The Vegan Stoner? It's a great website for easy vegan dishes for anyone, stoner or not. And the illustrations are just beyond adorable.

So now I have some questions for all you vegans and non-vegans who eat vegan out there.....

Can you give me a recipe for an awesome nacho "cheese" sauce and dip? I don't really care about the cost, I just want a good recipe.

That's all for now. See you again soon my loves.


  1. Hey! Good job on your recipe submission to CLAPS. My boyfriend and I are vegans going on 5-6 years and we really appreciate the fact that you contributed some kickass vegan recipes to the zine. We love Yeti Records in Mpls and I love CLAPS. Hope you keep it up!

  2. Thank you Sarah! I've been meaning to write you back since you commented and here I am finally. I am working on the vegan lifestyle as we speak! Thanks for coming to visit my site! : )

  3. Can you find Nacho Mom's cheese there? It is amazing, but not homemade so this is probably not helpful!!