How To Make Vegan Cheese At Home
By Art and Lemons on December 16, 2012
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[Editor's Note: Is it possible to make cheese at home...without any milk at all? Indeed, it is, using a few simple steps that might take a few days' patience, but definitely yield great results. If you're considering giving up dairy, give this recipe a try to see if it might just satisfy any creamy, cheesy cravings. --Genie]
Handcrafted Vegan Cheese
A word of caution—don’t think of nut and seed cheeses as taste or texture equivalents to their dairy counterparts. They do, however, stand on their own and can easily be served in familiar ways: on a board with figs, pears, and nuts; crumbled in salads; rolled into a soft taco; spread on toast. Also, the rejuvelac recipe yields plenty so you can make several batches of cheese at once.
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