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Raw Vegan Rainbow PaddlePop Slice by @sobeautifullyraw 💗
1 cup almonds
1 cup coconut flakes
1 cup pitted medjool dates
pinch of salt
3 cups cashews, soaked overnight & drained
1 cup non-dairy milk
2/3 cup rice malt syrup
2 tsp vanilla bean paste
2/3 cup melted coconut oil
extra water if needed
Pink: Vegan friendly pink food colouring
Blue: Vegan friendly blue food colouring
Yellow: Vegan friendly yellow food colouring
1. To make the base, blend the almonds and coconut until a fine meal forms (using a food processor) - add the dates last and blend until it forms a dough. Press into a lined loaf tin and freeze.
2. For the filling: Blend everything apart from the coconut oil in a high powered blender until smooth and creamy. Add the oil last and blend until well combined and smooth.
3. Split into small bowls and colour into your desired colours using natural food dyes of your choice. (Use basic colour mixing methods, I have a background in painting so this is simply intuitive for me but a quick google search will help you if you don't know what colours to mix)
4. Using a spoon, spoon the colours randomly over the slice until you've used all of the colours up. Using knife, swirl the colours around. Give the whole loaf tin a shake to flatten out the slice. Freeze the whole slice overnight.
5. Slice with a hot, wet knife and enjoy! Keep it in the freezer and just defrost slices as ---- .
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Anger is not an emotion that I’m used to. When I’m upset I usually get sad and cry it out with vegan ice cream. While driving to Fresno yesterday and passing so many animal farms my chest tightened and my hands clenched the steering wheel with all my strength as my breaths shortened. I wanted to scream and let all the sweet baby cows free.
I see so many changes that I want to make in the world. I get frustrated when I feel like others don’t understand or want the same. I heard in a talk by Eckhart Tolle recently that “anger is nonacceptance” and I’ve found that to be very true in my life recently. I’m angry animals are tortured and killed. I don’t want to accept that. I don’t want to accept that I’ve grown up and taken part in a system that abuses and uses animals. But in order to make change I recognize that I need to. -
I spent the rest of the car ride listening to classical music as I passed these animals, repeating in my mind “grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.” By the time I arrived I felt calm. I was able to sit and eat my pasta while everyone around me was eating chickens. Because of this I was able to answer people’s questions about veganism, speaking on behalf of the animals. People that may never be exposed to it otherwise. I was able to share nondairy ice cream with people who never tried it before. If I had listened to my anger and not shown up I wouldn’t have had these opportunities.
I’m figuring out that change comes slowly. It comes from patience, love and acceptance. It comes from listening, understanding and showing up at the table every day. It comes from staying peaceful and calm, but steadfast in your beliefs. Veganism is about compassion towards ALL beings, human and non human. Everyday working to create the peaceful world that we want to live in 💗✨🐮🐷🐣🌱
Sunday night stir fries! Okra, tomato, tomato paste, corn, shallots (b/c I love their subtle flavor), Szechuan peppercorn, jalapeño, ground coriander & lime, garlic & lime juice, with a side of sesame oil sautéed tofu!
Check out my latest video on YouTube! I'm showing you how to whip up my Plant-based Sloppy Joes (gluten-free). These scrumptious vegan sloppy joes satisfy the healthiest of appetites with generous amounts of plant protein and an abundance of rich flavor! No added sugar! Head on over to youtube and search on Nutritionicity. To always get the latest, don't forget to "like" and subscribe! 👍🤗😍🍽🍔
hello food friends, it’s delaney and katie here! on the left is a caprese panini with @followyourheart smoked gouda cheese & a customized greek hummus salad. on the right is an avocado/tomato panini with mozzarella & a customized sweet berry salad. both of these meals were only $6 and served by friendly people. i’m ready to go back! this place has several homemade ingredients to fit any of your dietary needs without sacrificing flavor ♥️
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also, exciting news: ikea is working on making vegan hot dogs and dairy free ice cream in the near future! i can’t wait to go back and support this amazing & sustainable company.
growing up in central/south florida gave me so much appreciation for central/south american foods!! this lovely arepica was from super rico colombian bistro in downtown orlando and is covered in sautéed veggies, awesome sauces, and queso blanco - katie
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back again at the grain cafe this morning for breakfast!! super filling and insane flavors. this plate is called “the grain” (tofu scramble, hash browns, pancakes, sausage OR tempeh bacon) definitely wish there was one close to me -jess
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As a vegan and a very picky eater, I really hate eating out. When I do eat out, I look for restaurants that clearly list what items of theirs are vegan. Today I visited the Cheesecake Factory and had the vegan cobb salad which contained: lettuce, green beans, grilled asparagus, cucumber, garbanzo beans, quinoa, farro, almonds, sunflower seeds and not pictured (because I am picky and didn't get): avocado, tomatoes, roasted beets and the house vinaigrette. Usually when you get a salad as a vegan at a restaurant you expect something very boring that leaves you hungry, but that was not the case with this one.
hello food friends! it’s delaney here, i found this vegan pizza from publix and have been dying to try it. it’s so yummy & unexpectedly sweet. the crust is also crispy. what i like the most is that the company uses 100% green energy & recycled materials. for $7, it’s good for your body and the environment!