A note from Nava: An issue that a number of readers have written to me about is how to handle “mixed marriages,” that is, when one partner is vegetarian or vegan and the other isn’t. In this contribution, Erin Pavlina offers many helpful suggestions. This excerpt is from Raising Vegan Children in a Non-Vegan World: A Complete Guide for Parents (VegFamily, 2003): Read More→Print This Post
If you’re new to vegan cooking you may be looking for substitutions you can use in your old non-vegan recipes. Thankfully, there are plenty of products vegans can use in place of animal ingredients that will make vegan cooking a breeze. Let’s cover how to replace animal ingredients with vegan ingredients.
Milk. It’s very easy to substitute for cow’s milk in a recipe. You can use soymilk, rice milk, oat milk, or nut milk measure for measure. To make buttermilk, put 1 tablespoon of vinegar or lemon juice in your measuring cup and then add your soymilk to the amount specified in the recipe. Read More→Print This Post