How To Make: HOMEMADE ANIMAL-FREE BUTTER THAT MELTS

HOMEMADE ANIMAL-FREE BUTTER THAT MELTS Requires only 3 widely available ingredients: Roland Classic Coconut Milk, extra virgin olive oil and salt! Melts and tastes like dairy butter!  Makes a little over 2 cups 2, 14 oz. can Roland Classic Coconut Milk 1/3 c. extra virgin olive oil 1/2 t. salt Before you start you need … Continue reading How To Make: HOMEMADE ANIMAL-FREE BUTTER THAT MELTS

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MAKING CUCUMBER CANOES

The standard garden-variety cucumber is the seediest. So when you don't want the seeds to complicate the texture achievement of your recipe, you simply remove them. Peel the cucumber, then cut each end off. Cut the cucumber in half from end to end. Put one half cucumber cupped in your hand, seed side up. Take … Continue reading MAKING CUCUMBER CANOES

TOASTING SESAME SEEDS

Toasting sesame seeds is much like toasting coconut. It doesn't take long. Place sesame seeds in dry skillet, without overlapping much. Turn heat to low. Watch carefully for the first signs of browning, then shake skillet till most are lightly browned and the nut aroma in the air is prominent. Remove skillet immediately from heat … Continue reading TOASTING SESAME SEEDS

SEEDING FRESH TOMATOES

Seeding a tomato actually means removing the seeds with the pulp, leaving the skin and the fleshy part attached to the skin. In other words, you don't have to pick through the pulp to remove the seeds. The pulp goes out with the seeds. Seeding tomatoes is easy to do once you do it. No … Continue reading SEEDING FRESH TOMATOES

PRE-SLICED MUSHROOMS

PRE-SLICED MUSHROOMS. It's always best to buy whole mushrooms and to slice your own. It's not difficult, nor does it take much time. This way you control the thickness, and if you want to cube or quarter them, you have that option. More often than not, groceries slice them too thin, then keep them too … Continue reading PRE-SLICED MUSHROOMS

How To Make: PICKLED ROASTED YELLOW PEPPERS

PICKLED ROASTED YELLOW PEPPERS Sweet yellow peppers roasted with extra virgin olive oil, then packed in jars with apple cider vinegar, fresh sprigs of rosemary, garlic and whole cloves. Use as a side dish condiment, on sandwiches, in salads (potato, bean, rice, pasta, greens) or in hot rice or bean dishes! Versatile and delicious! Pickles … Continue reading How To Make: PICKLED ROASTED YELLOW PEPPERS