Crispy chorizo tofu and toasted walnuts fried to a crisp in seasoned oil. Use this vegan chorizo to stuff tacos, add flavor to beans, top a savory breakfast bowl, or mix into a grilled romaine salad.
Vegan white chocolate is so easy to make that there is really no excuse to not make it. Plus, since you’re working from pure cocoa butter, you know exactly what is inside. It’s an economical choice that you can feel good about.
Mushrooms naturally have umami—the same savory flavor found in meat. They also lend a nice blend of chewy and crispy when dehydrated, making them perfect for vegan jerky!
Flaky, salty, and sweet vegan crab cakes. These crab cakes are made with chickpeas and artichoke hearts. Chickpeas provide texture and stability. Artichokes give them the oceanic flavor and texture of flaked meat. A little bit of sugar gives the same sweetness found in crab meat.
Swearing off animal food products mightâ€™ve been easy (or not), but resisting junk food certainly isnâ€™t, especially when those cravings hit. Sometimes, those cravings can only be satiated with a big bag of chips. That mouth satisfying crunch combined with the mouth-watering flavor is simply a perfect match made in heaven.
Craving a pepperoni pizza without the meat? This smoky vegan pepperoni is ready to eat in less than 45 minutes and is much simpler to make than traditional pepperoni slicesâ€”simply mix, roll out, bake, and cut out circles.