May 29, 2013

DIY: Yogurt

DIY: Yogurt

These days, I can find a DIY for just about anything—even yogurt. Though the thought of milk curdling doesn’t exactly make my mouth water, homemade yogurt is easy to make and cheaper than commercial yogurt. It’ll require some patience, but the end result is worth it. Enjoy this yogurt as an afternoon snack or add it to salads, spreads and desserts to be a little more daring.

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November 30, 2012

This Milkshake Brings Everyone To The Yard

milkshake being poured

I don’t know why you’d even want to bring people to a yard using a milkshake. Maybe I don’t understand what Kelis was talking about. Nonetheless, I do love milkshakes, the kind made with milk and ice cream, not whatever kind that song refers to. So, what could you possibly do to make a milkshake even more over-the-top? Booze.
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May 23, 2011

A Beginner’s Guide to Vegan Baking with All-Natural Ingredients (Part 2)

Today we’ve got part two of Ricki’s fabulous guide to vegan baking! She’s here to tell you how you can bake without the use of eggs and milk! YES! It can be done! …

Finding reliable egg substitutes can cause anxiety when you begin to convert older recipes. Eggs provide leavening and binding to most recipes. But have no fear! There are some great choices available.

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