This yummy faux feta tastes a lot like dairy feta and can be used as you would use feta cheese. Crumble it over pasta, grains, or raw vegetable salads. Adapted from The Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Jo Stepaniak.
My sister and I have had a really hard time recreating beef soup mix flavors. She's been begging me to try out some seasoning mixes that can approximate and substitute for it, and I think this one is pretty good. I'm open to suggestions if anyone has any!
This is the simplest and best tasting vegan cheese sauce recipe we've found. We got it from our cousin Diana P. who got it from who knows where. We like it best for nachos. It works well for mac'n'cheese as well as enchiladas or any recipe that calls for a cheese sauce.
Quick, easy, and healthy. I'm really excited to try this! I LOVE cream cheese but I try not to eat it much as it's not the healthiest. Hoping this will be a wonderful substitute! Another recipe from Neva and Jim Brackett's 7 Secrets Cookbook to lose weight, lower cholesterol, and reverse diabetes. If you want this meal to be completely vegan for you, don't use honey but use sugar instead. I personally use honey, but it's not vegan. Enjoy!
creamy oat milk, great for making with the leftovers from your morning serving and costs you pennies compared to the products you find on the shelves at the supermarket. This recipe has basically the same quantities and ratios for making rice milk.
I really love Yakisoba but the commercial sauces often contain shrimp and or oyster extracts which contradict with the vegetarian diet. This version uses no animal products and is similar to the original. Make sure you use vegetarian worcestershire sauce, which is easily available in supermarkets.
This works well as a creamy sauce for pasta. Especially useful for those unable to have dairy or tomato sauces. This is a beginning point, and maybe quite useful for Elimination Diets. For those with less restrictions, I'd suggest adding herbs and onions to taste. (I plan on developing such a recipe once I'm allowed onions again.) I've been eating this with rice & millet pasta twists.
I often use flax seed and water as an egg replacer, but if you want to avoid a nutty taste, this can be used in baking, too. It is closer to the commercial egg replacers. From Vegetarian Times, January 2007.