This is another one of those recipes that you will love to eat, but hate to make if you are one of those people that needs exact measurements in order to participate. But fear not! Its easy…I just feel that making pesto is one of those things that requires a lot of playing around to get the flavor right. Don’t be shy to make a mess and do lots of tasting. You’ll be thankful that you did in the long run…because it will taste exactly the way you want it to. Feel free to leave comments and ask questions – I’ll be happy to come to your rescue if you have any doubts! Have fun!
As most of you know, almost all Mexican salsas are vegan. This is just a recipe of mine that I liked so much, I wanted to put it up here just in case any of you regular readers want a good salsa verde recipe that you don’t have to search for. It gets my seal of approval. You will like it. Trust me.
Here’s another recipe for you raw foodies out there! This is totally vegan, totally raw, and 100% easy and delicious! Best of all, no garbanzo beans are harmed in the making of this hummus!
In the summer time, its so damn hot that I never have the appetite for a big, filling meal. However, there is nothing better to fill up on than some cool dips and spreads to be eaten with pita, baguette slices, and cucumbers. Here’s a really delish carrot dip that I’m sure you will all enjoy!
*note* I like to garnish this vegan recipe with some chopped cilantro and toasted pine nuts, but its entirely up to you. Some recommend olives, too, but I like to mix it up a bit.
Here’s a new twist on a totally non-vegan dip. I think its time we vegans get to enjoy all the tasty dips and spreads that are usually packed with garbage we don’t want to eat. You can start with this one, because its DEEEElicious. Not to mention, easy to make.
This is just a little something extra to have with your meal. I like it on grilled tofu but there are all kinds of ways to enjoy this raw delight! It is also surprisingly good with fried plantain crisps.