Sunday, September 01, 2013
Raw Almond Mylk - Vegan MoFo 2013 Day 1
Happy MoFo to you
Happy MoFo to yooooou
Happy MoFo, happy MoFo
HaPPy MooooFoooo toooooo yoooooooooou
Welcome to the Vegan Month of Food 2013 everyone! If you didn't already guess, the Happy MoFo song is sung to the tune of the Happy Birthday song. :D
Throughout the month of September, I'll be sharing recipes for Raw Vegan Foods here on my blog. It's been a good challenge for me, pushing myself to create completely raw recipes. I have put together a bunch of dishes over the past couple of weeks and I'm really happy and excited to be sharing them with you over the coming days. I still need to create many more recipes so that I can do at least twenty and possibly thirty blog posts this month.
So far, all the recipes I've concocted are 100% raw and I'm very proud of that. Down the line, there's a chance I might cheat a bit here and there and use one or two non-raw ingredients. But I will ensure that even those recipes are at least 80% raw.
I'm going to focus on using primarily local ingredients in my recipes so that people in India can attempt raw, vegan foods with what is easily accessible to them. I will occasionally indulge in speciality raw food products that might not be available in India. When I do, I'll share links so you can order them online and import them if you wish to do so.
Now that the intro is over, let's go to my first recipe offering for Vegan Mofo 2013! :)
I thought I'd cover the basics first. Since I'll be using Almond Mylk, in a couple of recipes later, I figured I'd start off by sharing a simple, step-by-step micro tutorial on making Raw Almond Mylk.
See you back here tomorrow. I'm off to blog hop now and check out all the amazing recipes that everyone else has posted on Day 1 of Vegan MoFo 2013. :)
posted by Veganosaurus at 18:50Labels: Raw Food, Vegan Dairy Substitutes
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Happy MoFo! Great post to start off - looking forward to some delicious postings! Ruby Rose xxReplyDelete
Thanks Ruby. :)Delete
Your voice is so soothing, and the video is great. No cheating, no cheating no cheating!ReplyDelete
Hi Geegers! Great to see your familiar face supporting me here during MoFo. :)Delete
Thanks about my voice. :) I do hope to have a 100% raw month.
And so it begins!! Here's to a delicious MoFo!ReplyDelete
Love your theme Susmitha! Almond milk was the first step I made into Vegandom years ago. I remember taking the first sip, not knowing what on earth it would be like and then falling in love. Can't imagine not having my daily dose now days.ReplyDelete
Great video. Looking forward to the next Raw adventure!
Thank you Angela. :)Delete
I discovered Almond Mylk long after turning vegan but even I fell in love with it at first sip. It's sooooo yummy!
I really enjoyed your how to video! Almond milk is one of my favorite nut milks, especially when it's homemade. I can't wait to follow along and see everything you create this month!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Cadry. :)Delete
It's going to be an awesome month of blogging and blog hopping for all of us. :)
yay raw vegan mofo! i love your how do videos. i agree with gigi, your voice is really soothing, you can probably put up some meditation or asmr type of videos on youtube and make some moolah out of it:)ReplyDelete
Thanks Richa. :)Delete
Creating some guided meditations is something that's been on my to-do list for a while now. I really go to get around to working on them.
Oh, you should! I agree with Richa & Gigi that your voice is incredibly soothing. I would love to hear one of your meditations.Delete
Haha thanks Cadry. :)Delete
What a great video to start with ~ I'm excited to see what you do over the course of the month!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kelli. :)Delete
What a great video to start with ~ I'm looking forward to seeing what you do during the month!ReplyDelete
So awesome!! Fancy slide shows and whatnot!!!ReplyDelete
Hehe thanks Mel. :DDelete
Ooh, looking forward to seeing some more raw recipes. I went raw food for my first VeganMoFo back in 2010 but haven't really experimented that much since. Happy 'MoFo!ReplyDelete
Thanks Alex! Happy MoFo to you too. :)Delete
Happy MoFo to yooouuuuuuuuuu!!! I've always wanted to attempt to make my own almond milk....but I'm scared!! ;)ReplyDelete
Now that you see how easy it is, you don't have to be scared anymore, Kylie. :DDelete
Home made almond mylk is soooooo much better than the store bought kind. Believe me. :)
Can we use almond milk to make coffee? Can the milk be boiled with coffee decoction?ReplyDelete
Almond mylk will break if you boil it with coffee. But after heating the black coffee, you can stir in a little bit of almond mylk while serving it.Delete
Although, the best tasting combination with coffee is coconut mylk. :)Delete