…We ate the pine bark bread slightly toasted with some vegan margarine and drizzled with some of my homemade dandelion honey. I loved the rustic combination of flavours. You could definitely taste the pine tree bark, but somehow that woodsy flavour paired with the strong floral flavour of the dandelion honey made it such a pleasant experience…
This salad comes together in less time than it would take for you to boil some eggs, and it keeps in the fridge for a few weeks! It is creamy, salty, has a bit of chew and thanks to one special ingredient, it has that sulpheric, eggy bite as well.
If you’re trying to make a non dairy yogurt that is thick, creamy, tangy, and delicious – check out my version of this recipe by Miyoko Schinner! It’s very easy and lasts for weeks.
This year for Pi Day, I wanted to share my recipe for raisin pie on my facebook page – only to realize I have never posted it online before! Wait, what?! This is my favourite pie! Twelve years of recipes and ideas and random thoughts… How on earth did I not post this? Ya, IContinue reading “Vegan Raisin Pie”
A popular food truck offering, this skillet bread is common in Nice, France but I had never heard of it here in Ontario, Canada. It’s also just naturally gluten free, dairy free, vegan, low carb and absolute perfection.
Being busy means I have to think ahead when it comes to food. Being on a vegan diet, AND avoiding processed food means I don’t have a lot of ‘quick’ options on a busy day. This recipe takes about 10 minutes to put together, and gives me 8 good sized servings, so I’m set for tea breaks or light lunches for the next few days.