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Vegan Challah Bread, Round – Gluten-free

  This is an amazingly delicious Challah bread that is vegan and gluten-free. The egg flavor comes from the non GMO soy lecithin. Aquafaba makes it light and moist.   Ingredients:   6 1/2 cups All Purpose Gluten-Free Flour (we use Bob’s Redmill) 2 teaspoons xanthan gum 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup plus 2 Tablespoons…

Challah Bread Braided: Gluten-free

Gluten-free breads can be tricky to shape. Here is my recipe for a gluten-free Challah bread that can be braided. Another one you might try is the Round Challah Bread, Guten-Free recipe which is much simpler to make. 2 1/2 cups rice flour 1 cup potato starch 1/2 cup tapioca flour 1 1/2 cups All…

Vegan Challah Bread

The Challah is a bread traditionally prepared for the three meals of the Jewish Sabbath. It is made with a large number of eggs, but in this vegan recipe I use soy lecithin. People who have eaten this bread have loved it, and cannot tell that there are no eggs. 1 package active dry yeast…

What Vegans Eat – Day 683

Breakfast: It’s Erev Chanukah and Christmas Eve and a good excuse to party! We started the day with Vanilla Black tea and Gary and I shared one Gingerbread Cookie.   Daily Green Juice: We worked together on making a lovely holiday meal but did not think about what we would eat before then. My green…

What Vegans Eat – Day 678

Breakfast: Although we never tire of oats, sometimes Buckwheaties are in order. This was going to be a tough day, after hearing about the atrocities in Turkey and Berlin, and knowing that the Electoral College was going to vote for someone that did not win the popular vote, someone that I do not feel is…

What Vegans Eat – Day 677

Breakfast: Waking up I knew there was going to be a great Sunday breakfast awaiting us. We had homemade Challah and our new Meatloaf recipe. That meant cold Meatloaf sandwiches!   Lunch: Our neighbors called us to join them for lunch. It was warm out, but windy and rainy. Six of us ventured out together…

What Vegans Eat – Day 676

Breakfast: Gary made a big pot of Vanilla tea, which we call weekend tea. It was a lovely way to begin our Saturday morning along with reading the NY Times. I asked Gary what he would like for breakfast. Pancakes? Waffles? No, he said, I want a green smoothie. Oh yeah! That made me happy.…

Rosh Hashanah

The best part about holidays for me is the food! I love celebrating all holiday foods, updating traditional recipes, making them not only delicious, but kinder to the nonhuman animals we share this planet with, gentler on the environment, and healthier. Here are my favorites for the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah.   Challah Bread…

REAL New Year’s Day Five Star Vegan Brunch

Here is our fantasy New Year’s Day Five Star Vegan Brunch. Try one dish or all of them at your New Year’s Day brunch or anytime you feel like breakfast. These dishes have been tested and retested and they are all gluten-free. They adapt really well to doubling, tripling and quadrupling depending on how many…

What Vegans Eat – Day 220

Lunch: After an evening of comfort food we slept in late, missed breakfast and craved kale. We ate out. Out on the terrace, that is. Gary made the perfect Kale Salad with a Balsamic Tahini Dressing, Grated Carrots, Pecans, Sunflower Seeds and Olives.   Daily Green Juice: Kale, Celery, Carrot, Ginger   Dinner: Still craving…

What Vegans Eat – Day 219

Breakfast: We enjoyed a comforting breakfast, finishing up the last of the Blueberry Peanut Butter Scones and Challah Bread with Genmaicha Tea.   Lunch: Gary had made this Tomato, Red Bean and Corn Soup a few days before but there were so many other foods around I didn’t get to enjoy it until now.  …

What Vegans Eat – Day 218

Breakfast: This morning’s breakfast was cooked oatmeal with bananas, pecans and flax seeds. I added some cinnamon, maybe a little more than usual because the oatmeal looked pink!   Lunch: Not hungry but thirsty we had glasses of cold water served with orange juice ice cubes!   Snack: I love our tea breaks in the…

What Vegans Eat – Day 217

Breakfast: Lots of leftovers are in the house for easy, good eating. Blueberry Peanut Butter Scones, Orange Slices and Green Tea, enjoyed out on the terrace served up with some good conversation was a great way to start the day.   Lunch: Gary had made an Herbed Rice dish a few days before that I…

What Vegans Eat – Day 216

Breakfast: It was Blueberry Peanut Butter Scone Day at our house. They are so rich I eat them plain. I had them with plain Green Tea.   Lunch: Tradition! I have said it many times – I am not a religious person, I just love holiday foods. I really didn’t plan on making anything special…

Sweet As Honey Cake – Gluten-Free

To end your traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner, try this Honey Cake made vegan, without honey! You may want to start that dinner with our gluten-free Round Challah or Braided Challah, egg bread made without eggs, schmeared with our chopped liver, made of course, without liver. Here’s to a sweet year. Ingredients: 3/4 cup vegan butter…

Sweet As Honey Cake

To end your traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner, try this Honey Cake made vegan, without honey! You may want to start that dinner with our fabulous Challah, egg bread made without eggs, schmeared with our chopped liver, made of course, without liver. Here’s to a sweet year. We also have gluten-free recipes for the cake, braided…

Yeast Bread – Gluten-free

I have always loved baking bread, from the mixing to the fragrant smells coming from the oven, to finally eating it. Now I am discovering the world of bread baking without gluten and the varieties seem infinite. The gluten-free choices of bread mixes are staggering and exciting, with flours from grains and legumes – millet,…