Raw Cashew Cheese

Often meat and dairy substitutes can seem just like that – substitutes for something better. However, this cashew cheese inspired by Kate of Kenko Kitchen is amazing all on its own and will leave you missing nothing at all. Many cashew cheese recipes can seem more like a cashew hummus – and as delicious as this is, there is something so amazing about a slice-able, crumble-able cheese perfect for sauces, pizzas, crumbling on salads and smeared on toast! Ingredients 2 cups raw cashews, soaked for at least 4 hours – overnight, drained 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons of neutral tasting coconut oil 1/3 cup water juice of one lemon 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast 1 tablespoon white miso A pinc

Matcha Latte

Matcha has been celebrated for its health benefits long before it started popping up in the local health food store. What is interesting about this particular health food is that not only is it filled with antioxidants, but it has been enjoyed traditionally in Japan for many teas. More than just for physical health, tea ceremony is enjoyed for relaxation and even an art form. How can you recreate the sacredness of matcha in your home? Recipe serves one 2 tsp. matcha 2 Tbsp. hot water (80C) 1 cup plant milk rice malt syrup to taste ice cubes if desired method Sift 2 tsp. matcha into a small bowl. Then add 2 Tbsp. of hot water. Whisk briskly until there is no lumps You can use a whisk, a f

Miso Sunflower Seed Pesto & Buckwheat Noodles

A simple and fresh meal adaptable to the seasons! Great served hot or cold, this twist on pesto pasta will make you wonder why you ever reached for a store bought jar of pesto. It really is so quick and delicious! Serves 2. For the pesto 1/2 sunflower seeds lightly pan roasted 1/4 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3 cloves garlic, chopped 1/2 cup water 1 1/2 Tbsp Miso Paste 4 cups fresh basil leaves, loosely packed, chopped Everything else 2 servings of soba noodles Seasonal greens to taste. A few stalks of shredded cavolo nero, two big handfuls of baby spinach, half a cup of frozen peas and a broccolini brunch are all recommended! Prepare the pesto by mixing everything in a small food processor. M

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