I haven't done much research yet and I would be happy if our blog readers would share their vegan recipe ideas.
Although, recently, after admitting that my shelf is getting pretty full with cute jars containing all sorts of different goodies but not being that much in use, I did my first attempt of making... soya milk.
Basically what I did is just:
soaked some soya beans in the water for around 12 hours.
With fresh water blended soya beans into a mass.
Poured the liquid over a cheesecloth into a pan.
As there were quite some soyabeen pulp left, I made even more milk than first intended. I think it's good to take that into account making soya milk for the first time (use the pulp remained and just pour some fresh water)
Boiled soya milk for about 15-20 minutes.
That's it. Easy peasy.
And it tastes like... soya.
In general, soya milk or yoghurt are both heavily advertised and for sure a product which is healthy by itself does not need additional promotion. Like bananas. Or radishes. Or carrots. Have you ever seen an add for vegetables or fruit? Everybody knows - it's good for you, if they are indeed organic. But for every other processed food item we do need our brains to be washed a little to put those cookies or that bio dickmilch (real thing, only in Germany!) in the basket.
Hands commercial by Jon Lajoie is a joke as all the information provided about how great this granola cereal is for you.
I did hear a lot, like, uuuu, but all soya being grown is genetically modified. Or that it is toxic. Etc., etc.
I do think that it shouldn't be consumed daily but for a 'try something new' wish it is pretty interesting.