We made a different kind of homemade jam tonight. Please head over to “Oh She Glows,” for the details! It tastes great and takes 20 minutes. How cool is that? Continue reading Blueberry Vanilla Chia Seed Jam
The Soyajoy G4 is an amazing machine we first saw demoed by Nini Girl. Check out her video: We use our Soyajoy for making soy milk, almond milk, soups, porridges and more. We even made pistachio milk! We got ours off of Amazon, but just Google it for the best deal. I highly recommend this kitchen … Continue reading How to Make Almond Milk
We started a project that will take some time. I’m brewing Korean rice wine at home. Thanks to DIY Korean Food for the idea! After procuring the ingredients — no small task — I’ve started. Step one is washing and soaking six cups of rice. Tonight when I get home, I’ll cook it and then … Continue reading Making Korean Rice Wine
It seems like my homemade tofu is very popular. Between my wife and me, every time I turn around, we’re out of tofu! You have to have a plan. Yesterday morning I realized we were out so I put three batches of soybeans in water for an all-day soak. Last night it was like a … Continue reading Homemade Tofu Factory
One of my earliest childhood memories is watching my mother bake bread and make raspberry jam. We had a large raspberry patch in our backyard. Every summer we would harvest thousands of raspberries and Mom would make the tastiest jams. Lately my wife and I have been experimenting with mason jars. We got a book … Continue reading Homemade Raspberry Jam
Okay. I’ve never had homemade peanut butter before. Have you? Too easy. Peanuts + Food processor + Five minutes = Peanut Butter! We did add a 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt and a 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract and a touch of cinnamon. The inspiration came from Averie Cooks. Check her blog out! Continue reading Homemade Peanut Butter
Last night I was too tired to make tofu. So I let the tofu soak almost 20 hours! No problem. Tofu comes from soybean curds. To make curds, you first have to have soy milk. So here’s the complete recipe from a previous post. Basically you soak soybeans in water, then blend the beans with … Continue reading Makin’ Tofu!
Soybeans cost about $1 a pound. One and a half cups of soybeans makes 2.5 liters of milk. Do the math! Why buy milk from the grocery store? Homemade soy milk is superior to store-bought milk. You know the ingredients. There are no preservatives or chemicals. It’s delicious. If you can make coffee with a coffee machine, … Continue reading Homemade soy milk
I’ve never tried extemporaneous cooking. No recipe here. I’m winging it! So let me write it down for you. Ingredients: 1 can black beans 4 cloves garlic 1/4 onion 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 teaspoon cumin 1 tablespoon red pepper flakes 1 tablespoon sriracha sauce 1/2 cup nutritional yeast Mix for a few minutes in your … Continue reading Vegan Tacomania with Almond Cheese
One block of tofu lasts about two to three days in our house. This morning before work I made two batches of soy milk and made tofu. Easy! I got home from work and the deed was done. It’s ready to eat now. Here’s the whole process. By the way, this is a kick-ass tofu … Continue reading I made tofu. Again!
Last night I made tofu! Before I went to bed I put the press in the refrigerator. This morning I unwrapped a perfect tub of tofu! Taste test: extra firm, rich and tasty! Is it worth the trouble? Well, I think so! We are making tofu about every other day now. It’s really easy. If … Continue reading Homemade tofu!
Recipe source: DIY Korean Food ~ Thanks! Continue reading Let’s make homemade noodles!