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Vegan cooking can be healthy and delicious! This is the place to share recipes and discussion about vegan foods.
Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2013
Started by Lisa V Jun 5, 2012.
makes one batch ~ $2.40 per batch This recipe is really two…Continue
Started by Lisa V May 30, 2012.
Chocolate Ice Cubesmakes one batch ~ about $1.50 per batch ingredients3…Continue
Started by Carolyn Bailey Apr 19, 2012.
Coconut and Mango PuddingsIngredients400g can…Continue
Tags: vegan, vegetarian, recipe, agave, pudding
Started by Tim Gier. Last reply by Roger Yates Mar 18, 2012.
This was nice to see...http://earth911.com/news/2012/01/11/vegetarian-recipes-from-around-the-globe/Continue
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You are most welcome Carolyn. I'll need to get myself a yoghurt maker so may be a little while until I get my first batch (-:
This is brilliant, Kerry! I am totally addicted to coconut milk at the moment and try to add it to everything! My local Health Food Store sells this, but it's quite expensive. I'll try it this week if I find time, but please let me know how yours turns out when you get a chance to make some. Thanks! :)
Hi Maynard. Did you open the link? It's a recipe for home made coconut yoghurt.
Is this vegan RECIPES or vegan PREPARED FOODS?
Recently discovered a new product here called COYO, which is a brand made in Australia that makes coconut milk yoghurt and ice cream. It's on the expensive side but heaps better than the soy products widely available tat I don't really like. I found a recipe on the Net;
I'll give it a go over the Christmas - New Year break. The COYO yoghurt was absolutely delicious.
I thought for those who may be looking for a good quality vegan B12 or D3, check out the ones on this website.
I buy quite a bit from here as it's much cheaper than buying in Australia. Now that it's almost the busiest time of year for wildlife rescue when the they start coming out from the winter with babies in pouch I rely a lot on the nutrition bars to take out on a rescue. The Vega products are really good and give a great energy boost. I am delighted to see now that Vegan Proteins stock vegan B12 and D3 as well.
I have recently become aware of the nutritional vale of hemp seeds. They are illegal to buy as human food here in Australia but can be bought for livestock (suitable for humans too), but legal it seems rest of the world. For anybody not aware this link is informative.
Thanks for the welcome Kerry :) I think you have the right way of doing it and the variety of fruits and veggies can only make it more interesting and taste so good.
Thanks Tracey and a very big welcome. I have found that cutting the beetroot in slices works well. I bought an Angel juicer which is fabulous and I'm finding that by alternating the vege's that I'm putting through makes it blend really well. I put a lot of carrot and celery and kale into it as well. Delicious with the beetroot and a dash of ginger.
Hi Kerry,i am doing raw juicing everyday and i add just abit of beetroot.I haven't found it clogging up my juicer and that might be because of how little beetroot i put into it.I add ginger and garlic with my fruits and carrot and celery.I find the beetroot really colours my juice too :)
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