Is there any more quintessentially hippie food than chunky, crunchy granola? Especially if it’s a gluten-free, vegan, healthy granola? Heck, even the very term “crunchy” is often used to describe someone who is perceived as hippie-like! Well, hippie or not, you will love our homemade “chunky crunchy granola” recipe, it’s easy to make, readily customizable, gluten-free, vegan, and DELICIOUS!
Our homemade vegan pastrami recipe is so good that it has been judged “perfect” even by pastrami-loving carnivores! Have it plain, make a vegan pastrami reuben, or toss it with noodles and sauerkraut! And it’s not even complicated to make, in fact making our vegan pastrami recipe is easy! Now, of course, your vegan pastrami from Soy Curls won’t be in thin slices, but it will be in strips, perfect for putting on a sandwich with some delicious deli mustard, or with sauerkraut, vegan Russian dressing, and vegan cheese for that vegan pastrami reuben!
Homemade Vegan Sushi – It’s Easier Than You Think and Even More Delicious (and Pretty) than You Dared Hope!
If you have been putting off making vegan sushi (or maybe never even thought of making homemade vegan sushi rolls), stop it! It turns out that making vegan sushi rolls at home is really easy! Stymied for vegan sushi filling ideas? Guess what! You can use almost anything as a filling for vegan sushi! Is it authentic? Who cares! It’s delicious, and fun! We’ve used string beans, rehydrated dried mushrooms, and baby corn (because that’s what we had on hand), as well as ordering and using more traditional things such as ume. There’s even a vegan unagi (eel) sauce you can get to replicate vegan unagi (hey, it’s all about the sauce)! On a side note, who here remembers the ‘unagi’ episode of Friends? (Are we dating ourselves?)
You will not believe how easy it is to make homemade cranberry sauce from fresh cranberries. Don’t like cranberry sauce? If your entire experience with cranberry sauce is with that gelatinous stuff from a can, we urge you to try fresh cranberry sauce. The difference is night and day. It’s like the difference between canned green beans and fresh green beans, or canned mushrooms and fresh mushrooms, or…well you get the point.
Kale is incredibly good for you, since it’s full of vitamins A, K, B6 and C, calcium, potassium, copper and manganese. Sometimes, however, it can seem a bit…well, meh.
Barbequed Jackfruit Sandwiches Taste Like Pulled Pork, But Are Vegan and Gluten-Free, Without The Grease or Guilt!
One thing you might miss if you’re following a vegan, gluten-free diet is the robust flavor of pulled pork. Still, you don’t want any pigs to suffer for your appetite.
You will not believe how easy it is to make your own homemade tofu, and once you do you will never go back to store bought tofu! There are so many advantages to making your own tofu at home, not the least of which is that fresh, homemade tofu tastes…
Tofu is pretty bland on its own. However, marinated and cooked properly, these plain white slabs become exotic and delicious!
This easy vegan butter recipe will give any of the commercial vegan butters a run for their money, with great taste and fewer ingredients!
This vegan, gluten-free biscuit recipe yields actual legit biscuits! Slather them with butter or butter and jam, or cover them with gravy!
This homemade baking powder recipe is gluten-free and vegan, and it’s so easy to make that you will never run out again!
Easy Homemade Sliceable Vegan Cheese Recipe – Vegan AIP Friendly and No Rejuvelac or Other Special Ingredients Required!
This sliceable vegan cheese recipe is easy, delicious, nut-free and vegan AIP friendly! Plus it only takes about 15 minutes to make!
This easy homemade no-churn vegan ice cream doesn’t require an ice cream maker, just a blender and three ingredients!
This homemade almond butter recipe is so easy, so delicious, and so economical that you will never want to buy almond butter from the store again!
Homemade coconut butter, also known as manna and puree, is vegan, gluten-free, rich, and delicious! And it’s so easy to make! Here’s how.
This recipe for homemade coconut milk uses only two ingredients, is delicious, and is super-easy to make! Plus it’s vegan AIP compliant!
This bright Instant Pot gluten-free vegan lemon pepper rice has a beautiful blend of tart lemon juice, spicy fresh black pepper, and earthy black sesame seeds. The final additions of dried garlic flakes and black sesame really make a difference – white sesame can be used instead, but they are a little more waxy and lack the depth of flavor of the black seeds. This dish goes well with stir fries and fresh salads!
This warm and hearty Instant Pot gluten-free vegan Cajun split pea soup is perfect for colder autumn days and winter nights. The Cajun seasoning in this recipe has paprika, garlic powder, black pepper, onion powder, cayenne, and oregano – but many Cajun seasonings have their own distinct twists. Some may add smoke flavor or salt, so be mindful of that with the liquid smoke in the recipe, and the final salting at the end.
This yummy Instant Pot gluten-free vegan coconut rice is super easy to pair with vegetables and curries, as well as being delicious topped with some cinnamon and mango for dessert. The base rice recipe has a pretty light coconut flavor, so if you want to amp it up, add in some shredded coconut at the end. Top with slivered almonds for a nice crunch, or finish it off with a squeeze of lime juice!
These Instant Pot gluten-free vegan taco lentils are perfect for actual tacos, and they also make a great addition to vegetables in a stir-fry fashion or turned into a tortilla soup with extra vegetable broth. Try some red or green lentils to mix it up, or keep the brown lentils for an earthier taste and a meat-like appearance. The salsa can be swapped for something spicer, or turn this into an Italian-inspired meal with crushed tomatoes and some fresh basil at the end.