Regrann from @mymeatlessmeals - Happy weekend, friends. It may not not be Thursday, but I want to serve you a throwback.
I've been getting messages from new vegans, asking for help with cooking vegan and one of the most asked questions is how to make cheese substitutes. So, I decided to bring this recipe video back. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Vegan Cheese Sauce
• 1 cup raw cashew nuts, soaked till softened
• 1 tsp Himalayan salt* if you're using table salt, cut the amount by half (1/2 tsp)
• 1 tsp smoked paprika
• 1 tsp miso paste
• 1 tbs Dijon mustard
• 2 tbs lemon juice
• 4 tbs tapioca flour • 1/2 cup nutritional yeast
• 1.5 cup UNSWEETENED plant milk (I use oat milk)
• 2-4 portions of fries/ pasta/ or steamed vegetables- depends on what you'd like to enjoy with this vegan cheese sauce.
1. Blend all the ingredients together for at least 3 minutes, make sure everything is well combined and smooth.
2. Transfer the mixture to a nonstick saucepan on low heat- stir vigorously until the sauce thickens. The colour will intensify as you continue to simmer. If you'd like the colour to be more yellow- add a pinch of turmeric or some liquid saffron.
3. Once you reach the preferred consistency of your cheese sauce- bathe your fries in all that glorious goodness.
4. Indulge. Or broil for a few minutes if that's what you like.
**If you'd like to substitute cashew nuts- use 1 cup of cooked potatoes (peeled) and 1/2 cup of cooked carrots (also peeled) or use cooked cauliflower if you'd like this to be more healthful. The sauce won't be as creamy, but they're good alternatives.**
I found a new @clifbar flavor at my local store. I've seen these ones going around the interwebs for months but I'd never been able to find them here. Verdict? They are really good, I suggest trying this flavor!
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De Rita wong #Graphic! #Dog#Slammed to #Death in the Middle of the Road
The whistleblower shot this video of 2 cleaners dragging a dog by its hind leg in the middle of the road and slamming it against the floor till it became lifeless.
There's no laws in China governing acts of cruelty to animals. There are no government supported charitable organizations like the RSPCA, which monitors the cases on animal cruelty. If ever a perpetrator is fined, it's probably because he/she has violated food & safety, theft of property (the animal) but not for cruelty. Domestic animals are not protected from cruelty and abuse
Even though some endangered species are protected under mainland law, there's no specific offences to punish people who harmed the animals.
http://wongrita.blogspot.fr/2018/02/graphic-dog-slammed-to-death-in-middle.html?m=1#!/2018/02/graphic-dog-slammed-to-death-in-middle.html ————- #china#chinese#asian#awareness#dogs#animals#animalrights#animalcruelty#animalabuse#vegan#vegansofig#veganism#truth#sad#vegancommunity#sorry