This recipe come's direct from the blog of Kate Weiler Sports Nutritionist. Kate shared with recipe on Twitter and I finally got around to making it. It was a fantastic addition to breakfast, as most non-dairy yogurts are full of gums, and thickeners and odd extras that I refrain from them. But yogurt is one … Continue reading KK Weiler’s Homemade Coconut Yogurt
I was relieved to find out that cashews were no longer on my "potentially allergic to" list after some testing this year. As a vegan, that means cashew creams and cheeses and actually snacky cashews are all available! The cashew is a pretty versatile food and I've been blending up with tasty cream as a … Continue reading Vanilla Cashew Cream
I ran out of rice milk over the weekend but really wanted to make muffins for after our long, damp bike ride on Sunday. When I buy rice milks, I always get something with the fewest ingredients possible. it breaks down to rice and water, maybe a pinch of salt or vanilla and some have … Continue reading Homemade Rice Milk
I will be also be sharing this post on the Bob's Red Mill Train with Grain blog! I am frequently asked about what I eat on a daily basis to attain the nutritional values needed to sustain not only a healthy but very active lifestyle. Nutritional considerations for a vegan athlete include getting enough of … Continue reading What does a vegan athlete eat?
There are so many other food blogs out there, but I refer back to a few that I highly recommend. This one is by far the most beautiful with great food photography. Many of her recipes are a vegan take on traditionally non-vegan dishes. You may wish to make some changes to the recipes that … Continue reading other favorite vegan blogs