These are really quick to make – the ingredients just need to go in a food processor and you get a snack which you can eat at home or take
Put these on a buffet for a light bite, take them to a picnic, or use as a starter.
2 dssp vegetable oil
1 large onion, chopped finely
1 lb 2oz (500g) mushroom,
On 11 December 2010, Fairfoods joined up with Green Garden Cafe and NARN (Northants Animal Campaigning Group) to hold a cruelty-free vegan food fayre.
Here are some quotes from visitors to
We like to slice this lemon cake in half and fill the middle with lemon curd, put the cake back together and top with the thick vanilla icing recipe given
We use this lemon curd in our lemon cakes (recipe coming next week). It is extra-zesty and lemony so that it gives the cake a nice tangy flavour. Most lemon
This delicious melty cheesy slice is based on a non-vegan recipe which was easy to veganise and similarly easy to make gluten-free. If you don’t require it to be gluten-free
Creamy Cashew Nut Roast
2 dessertspoons vegetable oil
8 oz (225g) onion, finely chopped
3 oz (85g) celery, finely chopped
1 garlic clove, crushed
5 oz (140g) carrot, grated
6 oz (170g) courgettes, grated
8 oz (225g)
There are many alternatives to cow’s milk – experiment with some of the ideas below.
The Other Milks
Soya, rice, oat and almond milk, to name the main non-dairy milks, are available
All the food we make at Fairfoods is free of dairy products such as dairy milk, dairy cream and dairy cheese. The main reason that we do not include dairy
We were very busy in June with Green Fairs, a Peace Festival and making cakes for Blue Lotus. Here are some photos.