The Best Gluten Free, Vegan Bread Recipes

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After a lot of scouring the internet, a lot of reading and a lot of whipping to stiff peaks, these are the two best gluten free bread recipes I've made. They're adaptations of other recipes, made less sweet, more airy and less salty, as necessary. This first one is a basic … [Read more...]

Sweet Saturdays: Gluten Free, Dairy Free Cinnamon Buns from Bunner’s Bakeshop

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Bunner's was rated the top bakery in Toronto by NOW Magazine in 2015. No, not the top gluten-free bakery – though it is – but the best overall bakery. It just happens to be both 100% gluten free and vegan. The staff can even tell you which items are soy-free, and most are. I … [Read more...]

Recipes from the Vegan Brunch Popup with Stephanie Audet: Gluten-free Scones, Nutella Pancakes and Mexican Rice

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There were scones with homemade blueberry and strawberry jam, chocolate and banana pancakes, sweet potato tacos with sweet pickled onions and cashew cream roasted poblano crema, and there was Mexican rice and beans. I brought chives and cilantro from my garden, we had food … [Read more...]

Thanksgiving 2013: Brined Turkey, Gluten-free Stuffing, Pan Drippings, a Charcuterie Platter, Crispy Parsnips, Homemade Cookies, and the Annual Marriage Proposal

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What a beaut', right? I know that's what you're thinking. Those charred parsnips, that garden-fresh parsley, that chicken, brined, stuffed and roasted to golden perfection, all making for a happy Thanksgiving. But folks, it's not just about the food. It's about the company. … [Read more...]

Fermenting Away: South Indian Dosa and Making Indian Sourdough

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There's something really satisfying about having a bowl of something slowly changing on your counter-top. You don't actually have to do anything. But all by itself it moves from one state to another. Flavours and smells develop, digestibility varies, and most importantly for me, … [Read more...]