I have been vegan for over three years and in that time I have only made one or two seitan recipes. If you are not familiar with seitan (pronounced “say-tan”) it is a traditional Japanese food made by rinsing the starch away from wheat and retaining the protein. You are left with a meat-like texture and...
Who doesn’t like cheesecake? It is dense and sweet and either it is made with a deep dark chocolate or some savory fruit. As you dive into every bite it is orgasmic and this is a dessert that should never be shared. A reader, after my own heart, sent me a Cheesecake recipe that she... Read more »
Today, altho quite sunny and hot, has been a lovely productive day for me indoors. We had a swim meet last night which left us getting home quite late. I gave myself an extra 30 minutes to sleep and then
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