Okay, here is another experiment. Being a fan of tempeh, it was only a matter of time before I incorporated this wonderful protein source in a sausage. Texture is nice, flavour is good too, but I will experiment with other seasonings.
Although I enjoy simple meals, salads, bean stews and grains, once in a while, a pizza works, especially when you have a non-vegan guest over for dinner. This little sausage was just what the pizza needed!
Okay, so the holidays are coming and I thought I’d try something different from the ever-so-popular peanut butter cups—although I must admit that I just don’t seem to tire of them! This new recipe is peanut free, and has a holiday taste of rum, real rum… hic!… plus, they’re filled with healthy ingredients! According to my volunteer taste testers, they are yummy!
Tempeh is becoming increasingly popular as a healthy alternative to meat. Last fall, I began a wonderful journey of exploration into the world of homemade tempeh. After a fair share of hits and misses, mostly hits, I seem to have come to a method that works well, and makes yummy tempeh!
Okay, this is so yummy…. had to make a second batch! I had a craving for General Tao tempeh I just couldn’t shake this week. So, I searched for some recipes, played around with the ingredients, and voila! This is the first time I make black bean-soy tempeh. Boy, is it good! Another batch on the way. 🙂
I have, most of my life, preferred a savoury breakfast, finding most breakfast cereals too sweet, until I decided to try my hand at making my own. This granola is really awesome, especially when served with homemade soy coconut yoghurt!
In the afternoon I like to have a small bite of something, a mid-day energy boost with a cup of green tea. Of course, as you might imagine, the perfect snack for the job is the Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, but variety is good too. I had ordered a bunch of nuts, seeds and fruit from Prana… so yummy and fresh! Now and then, I’d reach into the pantry and try to figure which I would eat for a snack. I wanted all of them, but opening all those jars… no time for that! So, I had an idea…