Vegetarian recipes and info
Why buy drinks when you can make your own? They’re always cheaper, usually healthier, and often even better-tasting than what you can buy in a café or at the store.
A small serving of this sweet drink is delightful after a filling lunch.
If you crave the spiciness of a bloody mary but don’t want the alcohol, try this tasty variation – or make the real thing.
Liquified cashews are a perfect substitute for milk in just about any soup, sauce, or baked goods.
There’s nothing like a rich, chocolately malt. Beware – this is not for the calorie conscious!
Try this vegan chocolate peanut butter shake for a sweet and yummy treat.
Instead of buying canned coconut milk, make your own. It’s fast and easy, plus you know exactly what’s in it.
Raw cashews and rejuvelac make a delicious non-dairy, cultured buttermilk.
Egg nog is a traditional winter drink, which I find rather odd since it’s cold and I always want something warm. If you’re worried about salmonella from raw eggs, use pasteurized eggs.
Cool off with a delicious sweet treat.
I’m not a big fan of carbonated beverages, but once in a while I do like ginger ale, especially when I have an upset stomach. Homemade ginger ale is easy to make and much more “gingery” than anything you can buy at the store.