Okonomiyaki – What is it? It is “whatever you like”!
The name comes from two Japanese phrases with “Okonomi” meaning “what you like”, and “Yaki” meaning grilled. The dish is basically a cabbage pancake that includes whatever other ingredients you like. In Japan the dish usually includes some type of seafood and strips of pork, but we will replace the seafood with sea vegetables and the pork with mushrooms. [More]
This can be a regular mayonnaise or you can modify it to be similar to a Japanese style vegan mayonnaise substitute. If you want a traditional vegan mayo, leave out the sugar and either the lemon juice or vinegar. The recipe can easily be adapted to change the flavor by adding roasted garlic, fresh tarragon, or other herbs that you enjoy. [More]
This sauce is slightly sweet, slightly savory, slightly salty, and can be used as a dipping sauce or condiment for vegan sushi, gyoza, or as a sauce for any vegetable dish like okonomiyaki. Give it a try, I am sure you will love it! [More]
A simple and delicious, somewhat healthy molten chocolate cake that can be made from start to finish in about 5 minutes. [More]
Healthy, oil free salad dressing that is also wonderful on roasted vegetables. If you are afraid of making your own salad dressings, this is a easy and tasty way of adding some zing to your salads and vegetables [More]
Not quite kale chips, this method makes a great healthy green side dish that is far less bitter than raw kale. Even if you don't think you like kale, you should give this method a try! [More]
Although this recipe takes all day, it is mostly hands-off once you slice the onions. This method produces a sweet and lightly browned version of caramelized onions. This is an absolute must if you enjoy onion soup or caramelized onions in any dish. [More]