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Vegan Bytes #69- The Most Crucial Vegan Baking Tips
December 12, 2013
*Food Spotlight: My Top 5 Baking Tips
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It's perhaps the most popular time of year to bake, and so I put together a list of my best tips for baking as a vegan. It's truly very simple, but the prospect of making baked goods without eggs or milk really throws people off.
Make sure you also check out the link on that page to learn about vegan sugars. People ask me about vegan sugar all the time, and some white sugar is actually processed with bone char, so it's worth learning what's what.
I bought some whole wheat sourdough bread today and the ingredients were: whole wheat flour, unbleached wheat flour, water, sea salt, barley malt, vitamin C (in trace amounts.)
I hear many vegans say they don't eat even whole wheat bread. I called the number on package and asked the manufacturer if it was vegan and they said it was. If so, why do vegans refrain from whole wheat bread??? It is vegan... right? I'm newly vegan and I've been trying to figure lots of stuff out so I realize I haven't been most knowledgeable as of late :/ But this site has really helped me out. It's great!!! Thank you :)
This is a surprisingly common question that people have about the vegan lifestyle. It's often confused with other forms of elimination diets and more strict dietary choices. So, the core of the answer is that if the whole wheat bread is vegan, sure, vegans can eat it. That doesn't mean we always choose to do so, and some "whole wheat" bread is not only not made with whole grains, but also isn't vegan. Check out what I told Natalie here.
If you have any vegan questions and you want some guidance, feel free to send them in by following this link.
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So yeah, I'm promoting vegan holiday cookies and baking homemade bread in the same issue as this green juice detox. And there's a reason for that...
After you fill up at Thanksgiving, then start baking cookies for the next few weeks, add in another full holiday dinner, and gorge on alcohol to celebrate the new year, chances are good you're going to feel like crap. Most years I do, and right around this time is when a recipe for a super simple, delicious, nutrient-dense juice that actually tastes good comes in really handy.
For this I give you my favorite green juice recipe. As with all smoothies and juices, it's easily adaptable for what you have at home. And it will keep you full until lunch, I promise.
Detox with my favorite everyday green juice.
Vegan Nutritionista is constantly growing and changing, and if you signed up for this newsletter a long time ago, you might not have read our new information. Our blog page keeps you up-to-date with new articles on the site.
We also now have a vegan forum where you can find topics submitted by users for discussion, answers, and places to add your own input. There is no member name required to participate, so you can jump right in and
VitaMix is hands down the best blender on the market. I recommend it to anyone and everyone, and it's absolutely amazing... no exaggeration. In fact, the other day, I found myself taking a complete stranger to a section of a cooking store to show her the VitaMix and explain its benefits, just for pure fun!
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That's all for this month!! I hope you enjoyed reading it. Have a great month!
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