Baking 101's

Once you try your hand at homemade applesauce, you’ll never want store-bought again. I like to make applesauce in a pressure cooker, which takes only 10 minutes at high pressure, or slowly simmered overnight in a slow cooker.

Nov 28th, 2012

This is another series of general Baking 101 guideline for toasting coconut.

Jul 17th, 2009

This is a great way to cook tofu ahead of time, so you have it ready and flavorful to use in a dish.

Jul 19th, 2009

This is a blend of flours and starches that are all gluten free. We will be using this mix for many upcoming baking segments. Watch for them!

Mar 29th, 2010

Oh baby! A dream come true...

Mar 26th, 2009

Veganize your baked goods with egg replacers. Here's some info on the different egg replacers, from flax meal to soy yogurt.

Apr 14th, 2009

Wondering what kind or style of tofu to use in recipes? Here's some great tips on the different styles of tofu.

Apr 14th, 2009

Some great tips on common pantry items that you'll want to reach for time and time again and also a few exotic umami things to play on the palate.

Apr 30th, 2009

Tips on different ingredients and how to stock the vegan pantry

Mar 18th, 2009

This recipe is an old cake-makers trick, and works better than any can of pan release you can buy. I like to make a big jar and store it in the fridge so that it’s ready to use whenever I need it. The mixture will be much softer and easier to paint in your pan if you use regular Crisco instead of an organic shortening (though it will still work with the organic).

Mar 21st, 2009