Vegan Tofu Feta

A truly traditional Greek Salad is with ripe red tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, green bell peppers, sweet red onions, Kalamata Greek olives, and creamy feta cheese. So how do we make a Greek Salad with vegan Feta? Enter the complete game changer when it comes to plant-based cheese… Tofu feta!! It’s hard to believe this feta is vegan when you first try it but it will change your plant-based world when you do. The opportunities are endless with this ingredient but this simple Greek salad is a perfect place to start. So fresh and tasty just on its own or pair it up with some crunchy sourdough bread or a side to any dish, super easy and quick to make you will surprise yourself. Enjoy!

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Beetroot and Lentil Balls

This recipe of beetroot and lentil balls is not only beautiful in colour from the bright beets but also so versatile. I often make double the batch so I can use them for dinner with my favourite pasta sauce, and then keep half of them in the fridge to use for lunches over the next few days. Whether it be tossing them in a salad, popping them in a veggie wrap with lashings of hummus or just eaten on their own on the run. These little balls of goodness are so handy to have hanging around.

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Greek Salad With Vegan Feta

A truly traditional Greek Salad is with ripe red tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, green bell peppers, sweet red onions, Kalamata Greek olives, and creamy feta cheese. So how do we make a Greek Salad with vegan Feta? Enter the complete game changer when it comes to plant-based cheese… Tofu feta!!

Full recipe here:  How To Make Greek Salad With Vegan Feta

Vegan Tuna Burger

It is actually crazy how much these Vegan Tuna Burgers taste like fish, the saltiness of the miso paste and the taste of the sea from the nori sheet. These will be a crowd pleaser for any fish lover.

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Seeded Banana Bread

This Seeded Banana Bread is so easy to make… who ever originally came up with the idea of putting bananas into bread is a friggin genius. So moist, so sweet and ohh so tasty. The perfect comfort food. You will find yourself going back for more.

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Rice Paper Bacon

This Rice Paper Bacon is a total game-changer for any plant-based eater. I know for me eating plant-based there are certain flavors I miss. Definitely top of the list is the sweet maple, salty, smokey BBQ taste of bacon. When I first tried this recipe my taste buds absolutely danced inside my mouth, this recipe totally ticks all the bacon boxes. Out of all the plant-based bacon out there, in my opinion this is by far the tastiest with the perfect crispy to chewy ratio. Just like real bacon but without the saturated fats and cruelty to animals. These Rice paper bacon rashers are so versatile eaten with a fry for breakfast, BLT or Caesar salad for lunch, crumbled over soups, fried rice, and mac and cheese.

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How To Make Creamy Hummus

Creamy hummus defiantly a staple to any vegetarian or vegan diet. Packed full of protein and fibre this basic hummus mix makes a great substitute for butter or mayonnaise. So easy to prepare and super delicious you will never buy store bought again. This recipe can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week…. well that’s if it lasts that long!

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Vegan mayo

Well who knew you could make mayonnaise without an egg yolk? Turns out the egg isn’t the secret ingredient for super creamy mayo after all. To think I have been fooled all the years, It’s actually a bit of science that is the magic in this recipe. Once blended the small list of ingredients will transform before your eyes like magic into beautiful velvety mayo in seconds. The combination of the acid in the vinegar that emulsifies with the oil and the Aqua Faba to create that creamy mayo texture that we have all grown to love. What I love most about this recipe is you know exactly what went into it! No nasty ingredients like over processed vegetable oils or preservatives to give it a shelve life like the ones bought in the supermarket. You can also play around with the flavours of your mayo by adding extra ingredients such as garlic, curry powder or even wasabi. It’s entirely up to you and your taste buds.

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Parmesan-free Pesto

What a beautiful mix of ingredients so fresh and vibrant. Pesto originates from….yep you guessed it…. Italy! It is traditionally made with parmesan cheese. But with this recipe I have made it vegan friendly by replacing the cheesy parmesan with Nutritional yeast, which is much higher in vitamins and minerals yet still packed full of cheesy flavour but without the dairy. So super quick and easy to make you will wonder why you never have before xx

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