This is the pizza dough that my husband makes for us. He’s a purely “measure everything by weight” guy, but I’ve added volume measurements for those who don’t own—or want to invest in—a digital scale. Now that we eat a plant-based diet, we don’t use cheeses on our pizzas, nor do we use soy cheeses or other substitutes…but I’ve noted … Read more
This list will be a work-in-progress as we find different successful toppings…we don’t use cheese, but you can (I recommend fresh buffula mozzarella) 😉
You can find my sweetie’s whole wheat pizza crust here.
Thinly sliced russet potatoes, slices of garlic, fresh thyme or rosemary, pepper, salt, green onions, drizzled olive oil
Eggplant puree (Baba Ghanouj) with fresh ripe … Read more
You can’t have an Irish feast without at least one loaf of soda bread! This vegan version delivers hearty whole wheat flavor and some crunch from the sunflower seeds. For a breakfast brown bread, 5 tablespoons of currents can be added instead of sunflower seeds.
Irish Brown Soda Bread
Yield: 4 small individual loaves
2-1/2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
2-1/2 … Read more
My dear friend Iumi has been my gentle, patient mentor in transitioning to a plant-based diet. I live in Washington, and she lives in Texas, but any time I get stuck, or want to create a vegan version of a well-loved recipe, all I have to do is message her and she fills my in-box with ideas!
Iumi’s Vegan Cornbread… Read more
This is a vegan version of a bread I’ve been making for decades, and it never fails to look beautiful and taste delicious. I strongly suggest that you make a double recipe, either making one large loaf, or two smaller loaves. You’ll be glad you did! The original recipe can be found in Deborah Madison’s delightful book, “The Savory Way”.… Read more
I was at a party last night, and ended up eating little pieces from the cheese board with my fingers, which really didn’t work very well. I remembered seeing this recipe on DJ Foodie’s blog, and tried making them this afternoon. Eureka! Next time I go to a party (or host one), I’ll make some of these tasty little … Read more