can i substitute Active Dry Yeast (the kind you keep in your fridge) for Nutritional Yeast Powder?
I want to make baked tofu and the recipe calls for Nutritional Yeast Powder
I'm guessing it's only there for nutrition, so perhaps I could leave it out all together?
I googled it and nothing helped. Thank youuu :)
edit: thanks guysss.
it is used for flavor in the recipe
i'll either just not use it or pick up some :)
My father, who likes to try strange foods, recently came home from a trip to an Oriental market with a can of silkworm pupas. Eew. The picture was totally unappetizing; I haven't dared to look at the contents.
But it got me thinking. Cultures all have their "weird" foods that suit the tastes of their own people but rarely find such a place in the hearts and palates or other people. And I wondered:
Do vegans have any "weird" foods that we forget to notice aren't common? What sort of things do you snack on that other people don't seem to understand? What recipe have you proudly served, only to be met with wary glances and a revolving exit door?
The only think I can think of in my own habits is that I like to snack on sesame-toasted, salted Nori. What about you?
I, by accident, have two tubs of this garden vegetable cream cheese sitting in my fridge, and I have no idea what to do with them.
I mean, they're good as spreads and on veggies...
but do you guys know any recipes I could use them in?
I have a whole block of FYH cheddar in my fridge and have no clue what to do with it. I don't like the taste of it at ALL, but I don't want it to go to waste.
Is there anything I can make (besides the obvious nachos?) with this? I'm not sure if I can melt it and make mac&chesse ala velveta style, or if I'd be able to make something like grilled cheese? Anyone have any simple ideas that involve something that sort of takes away the bitter taste of this stuff?