Yogurt

Turkish Zucchini and Yogurt Dip or Spread (Yoğurtlu Kabak Mezesi)

(Sorry, no photo yet…we ate it all up before we could take a picture!) I had this delicious, plain-looking dip as part of meze, appetizers, at a pide (like pizza without tomato sauce) shop in Turkey. It was served with flatbread–the same dough as the pide crust, just plain. Later I smeared some on...

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Vegan Recipe Creamy Dill Salad Dressing

Vegan Recipe Creamy Dill Salad Dressing

I just got back from the 2012 Educational Conference of the HSA (Herb Society of America.) This year it was in Austin, Texas, and I was excited to go, because Austin is a very vegan-friendly city. I was also excited to be amongst like-minded people who love herbs. An added bonus was that the...

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Vegan Banana Smoothie

Vegan Banana Smoothie

Vegan Banana Smoothies A friend of mine has been enjoying the soymilk smoothies I’ve shared with her, and she especially likes anything with bananas in it. She wanted to know how to make a drink with yogurt, which her husband likes, and bananas, which she likes. I whipped this up for her. Recipe: Vegan...

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Vegan Halloween Party Food

Vegan Halloween Party Food

Today I made some food ahead of time in preparation for a Halloween dinner party I’m having tomorrow night. Part of the trick is giving food gory names that match the appearance of the dishes. Coagulated Blood Dip Based on the idea I found here, I put together a beet dip and doctored it...

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Vegan Chocolate Frozen Soy Yogurt

Vegan Chocolate Frozen Soy Yogurt

Vegan Chocolate Frozen Soy Yogurt More playing around with the delicious soy yogurt I’ve been making. Since the weather has been so hot and muggy, I have been reluctant to experiment in the kitchen with anything requiring heat. But frozen yogurt hits the spot. This has less of a creamy consistency than the mango...

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Vegan Mango Frozen Soy Yogurt

Vegan Mango Frozen Soy Yogurt

What to do with all the soy yogurt I’ve been making? I mean, besides just eating it by the spoonful? Our 30-foot mango tree is still dropping a few mangoes every day, the very last of the season. However, from such a height, not much is left once they’ve hit the ground. So I...

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Soy Yogurt, Take Two

Soy Yogurt, Take Two

My first attempts at making soy yogurt were a success, but I wanted this time to see if I could get it a bit thicker. I don’t want to have to strain it, so I’m tweaking the recipe in the hopes of getting something I like. After watching Alton Brown on the tv show...

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Homemade Soy Yogurt

Homemade Soy Yogurt

My latest mad-scientist food experiment is to try my hand at making soy yogurt. I’ve done other fermented foods: sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, lacto-fermented vegetables, but this was the first yogurt expedition. I mixed in a small amount of regular yogurt (with starter cultures) into some soymilk that I heated and cooled to the proper...

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