Making Not-tella with Hazelnut Flour and a Recipe for Vegan Nutella Swirl Ice Cream!

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

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Along with a giant honking bag of red quinoa, the nice people at IFS Bulk also gave me 48 ounces of hazelnut flour to play around with how to! Prior to this, it didn’t even cross my mind that hazelnuts might come pre-ground, flour style, similar to almonds, cashews, and the like. But they do sketchup download mac kostenlos! And of course I used the flour to make my absolute favorite: vegan nutella!

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So far the only recipe that’s worked for me is the Not-tella from Veganomicon – which, you might recall, I rocked to the Yeah Yeah Yeahs a few VeganMoFos back firefox browser herunterladen. Anyhow, it’s the only version I’ve tried that actually results in a readily spreadable, creamy nut butter. And while it can be a little tough on ye ole food processor, it’s 1000% worth it auto spielen kostenlosen.

Still, I wondered if maybe swapping out the whole hazelnuts for hazelnut flour might make the process a wee bit easier? After all, it’s the whole filberts that really make my food process jump and dance and just generally send me into a panicky tailspin dinner for one downloaden. Once they’re processed, things go much more smoothly from there.

And you know what? Hazelnut flour FTW!

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I made a couple of batches of Not-tella – one for ice cream, one for licking from the spoon – and each time the process was pain-free kann 888poker nicht downloaden. I didn’t even have to take a break to let the motor rest. From now on it’s nutella with hazelnut flour for this girl.

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Buying in Bulk, White vs. Red vs. Black Quinoa, and a Recipe for Savory Red Lentil and Quinoa Bolognese

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

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You guys know how much I love ye ole bulk food stores, right free movie ipad? Back when I started that “frugal vegans” series a few VeganMoFos ago (which sadly turned out to be fairly short-lived, since I exhausted all my ideas in under a month), buying in bulk was one of my top/most popular tips Download the complete folder from icloud.

Whether you’re prepping for the apocalypse or just trying to save some money, buying in bulk can be a great option. Don’t have an underground bunker in which to store all those tubs of extra goodies Super mario games for pc free? Pair up with a friend or two and split your haul!

So when Alexa from IFS Bulk got in touch, I jumped at the chance to try out some of their products and create a few original recipes.* With everything from black chia seeds to dried currants and mammoth pecan halves (my favorite!) to choose from, it was hard to whittle it down diagramm herunterladen. In the end, I went with red quinoa and hazelnut flour icloud fotobibliotheek download windows. We’ll discuss the hazelnut flour another day (spoiler alert: there will be vegan Nutella!); today it’s all about the quinoa.

Prior to this, I wasn’t even aware that quinoa came in different colors – red and black in addition to the more popular white herunterladen. What’s the difference?, you might be asking. Good question! I wanted to know too, so I did a little research, and here’s what I found.

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