Credit to COOKIE + KATE Healthy burrito bowls made with roasted sweet potato, green rice and black beans! This delicious, vegan dinner reheats well for lunch. Recipe yields 4 servings. Ingredients Green rice 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 ½ cups long grain brown rice […]
According to Lifekindly In an uncensored Instagram post, reality star Steve-O called vegans “annoying.” But there were caveats. Lots. “To all the combative, annoying vegans who are choosing to attack me for not forcing veganism on my cats, and for not being a strict, militant […]
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Stretchy melty and so cheesy you won’t believe you made it yourself vegan mozzarella! Super easy, divine on pizza and inside grilled cheese sandwiches and wherever else gorgeous gooey mozzarella balls are needed!
- Add all the ingredients to the blender and blend until smooth.
- Then pour out into a saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring constantly. It will start to thicken and clump together, just stir very vigorously and it will smooth out.
- As soon as it starts to bubble along the sides, set your timer for 2 minutes and keep stirring, after the 2 minutes has timed out, remove from the heat, pour it out into two ramekins sprayed with non-stick spray.
- Place them into the fridge for at least 1 hour to set. At this stage you have mozzarella cheese that is ready to be used! Use an ice cream scoop to scoop mozzarella balls to use on pizza!
- The longer the vegan mozzarella stays in the fridge the firmer it will get, but it will still remain a soft cheese.
*I tried a version with soaked cashews (soaked in boiling water for 15 minutes) and a version where they were not soaked and there was no difference that I could tell, so I do not see a reason to soak the cashews here.
*Refined coconut oil is a better choice here as it is neutral in taste so the end result doesn’t have a coconut flavor. However, I have tried a version using extra virgin coconut oil, and it’s still very tasty but it definitely does result in a coconut flavored cheese. If you prefer to use extra virgin coconut oil, you can go ahead, but just know that your end result is going to be coconut flavored.
Livekindly revealed that UK-based bakery chain Greggs will launch its vegan sausage rolls in more than 1,800 stores due to overwhelming demand. “The world has been consumed by the vegan sausage roll. It’s gone viral, which is great,” Roger Whiteside, chief executive at Greggs, told Chronicle […]
Author: My Darling Vegan Ingredients 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. cinnamon 1/8 tsp. nutmeg 1/8 tsp. allspice 1/2 tsp. salt 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/3 cup apple cider 1/4 cup apple sauce 1 tbsp. coconut […]
Veg News revealed that Social network “VSOCIETY” recently launched in the United Kingdom to curate all things vegan into a single dashboard. The platform makes it easy for users to create a profile, scroll through a feed to discover new video content, shop its ethical marketplace, find and launch local events, post to a main feed, create stories, and send direct messages to contacts. It also provides functionality for users to launch their own products and services directly aimed at the vegan community. VSOCIETY operates on a freemium model which means that anyone can create a profile and enjoy all that the platform has to offer for free, with small commissions made on transactions that occur within the platform. Over the coming weeks, “expansion packs” are scheduled to be released, including vegan food delivery services and improved e-commerce features. “Every day there’s an awesome new plant-based creation,” Danyl Goodall, VSOCIETY CEO and founder, told VegNews. “I figured the best way to champion that and improve the modern vegan experience as a whole was to offer everyone a single touchpoint to everything that’s going on.” While the majority of the launch partners are currently based in the UK, the platform is live globally and Goodall plans to expand connections overseas in the coming months.