Soft and fluffy with just a hint of sweetness, perfect for ravioli, lasagna, and cannoli.
The richest, creamiest vegan mayonnaise you can imagine.
I love polenta, but I hate cooking it on the stove. Turns out there's a ridiculously easy way to make it - in the oven!
Quinoa is faster, easier, and - in my opinion - tastier than rice. Give it a try!
Quick-cooking couscous makes a nice change from rice.
Basic recipe for seitan. Feel free to experiment by adding herbs and spices to the dough.
When you eat basil, don't throw those leafless stems away - use them to make a delicious basil-infused oil that tastes like summer.
This simple white sauce goes well with flavorful vegetables like broccoli, asparagus, and Brussels sprouts, and in lasagne.
This sweet-tart sauce is wonderful on pancakes, French toast, and ice cream.