I'm curious to start bulking up my diet with some good solid stuff now it's coming into the Winter, and wondered about traditional Irish foods. My family are Irish, but not much of the culture has survived through the generations, and I'd like to pick it back up somewhat with food!
Anyone have any good old-fashioned Irish recipes that can be successfully veganized?
I'm pretty sure I remember hearing something about something involoving animals in the ingredient Red 40. I'm not sure if it is or not, but is there anything animal product-related in this ingredient?
i work at a cafe, and we always have 4-5 cold "deli salads". they are made of everything from rice to chickpeas to couscous. we often have vegan foods because we are located in a very vegan/vegetarian friendly neighborhood.
does anyone have any good recipes for a cold salad with couscous, wild rice or chickpeas as the main ingredient? my tast varies, so i don't care if they are sweet salads or tangy salads. we are always so busy when i work that no one has time to write down recipes for me.
i would love to make anything with couscous because i love the flavor and texture so much.
thanks in advance.
Hi, I was wondering if anyone knew of a recipe for soy creamer. I'm a huge coffee drinker and was figuring I could make some of my own instead of getting silk all the time (as i cannot afford to). Thanks so much in advance!