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Some meals just aren’t complete without a table full of condiments, dressings, and other garnishes, so try these on for size.
If you’ve never tasted this garlicky mayonnaise, you’re in for a real treat.
Avocado blended with garlic and hemp oil makes an unusual and delicious salad dressing.
Rub this spice mix on seitan or tofu, add to a sauce, or sprinkle over veggies.
When you eat basil, don’t throw those leafless stems away – use them to make a delicious basil-infused oil that tastes like summer.
Caesar salad often comes with anchovies, which offer a salty, “oceany” flavor. This Caesar dressing uses arame (a type of seaweed) to offer a similar kind of flavor to vegetarians.
To caramelize onions, you need to cook them for a long time in a bit of oil. The hardest part of this recipe is waiting for them to finish!
Save money and avoid preservatives by making homemade cashew butter.
A delicious, fluffy cultured cashew paste that can be turned into various vegan cheeses or used in place of sour cream.
These warm and bubbly croutons go equally well with soup and salad.
Ground flaxseed blended with cashew milk and oil makes the most mayonnaisey eggless mayonnaise I’ve ever tasted.