Some time ago, my husband forwarded Yellow’s newsletter telling us that their Yellow Presents Guest Chef series is back. He is on their mailing list and I’m not. How did that happen? Weird, huh? Anyhow, here’s how it works: they welcome one of Australia’s leading chefs into their kitchen at Yellow for five special dinners… Continue reading Yellow Presents Guest Chef Series: Ben Greeno
Gardein Lightly Seasoned Chick’n Scallopini is the best chicken breast alternative for vegans and vegetarians, ever! Gardein Lightly Seasoned Chick’n Scallopini Ingredients: water, soy protein isolate, expeller pressed canola oil, methylcellulose, tapioca starch, yeast extract, organic cane sugar, organic vinegar, potato starch, salt, quinoa, natural flavours (from plant sources, contain celery), colour added, mushroom… Continue reading Gardein Lightly Seasoned Chick’n Scallopini
Vegetarian Indian by Shehzad Husain was the very first Indian cookbook I have ever bought and cooked from. The name of the dish was Aloo Matar (a potato and pea dish) which I added to this post. I believe my very first cucumber raita came from this book, too. I remember the time I bought… Continue reading Book Review: Vegetarian Indian by Shehzad Husain
Today, I have the pleasure of having Claire Ruiz from SumoChef as a guest blogger on VegFusion Peoples! She is sharing this incredible dessert: Sticky Rice Sweet Dumplings. Now the stage is hers… An Awesome Sticky Rice Sweet Dumplings Recipe to Explore Chinese Cuisine! For a baking lover like me, I try to do my… Continue reading An Awesome Sticky Rice Sweet Dumplings Recipe to Explore Chinese Cuisine!
All food has a limited shelf life which will vary depending on the type of food, how it is packaged and how carefully it is stored. Refrigeration can substantially reduce the rate at which food naturally deteriorates. And for that, there are certain things we can do to have a safe practice in our kitchens.… Continue reading Veggie Life: Refrigeration Basics