I am looking for a little help with baking as I am new to all this. Do most of you purchase baking mixes for cakes/cookies or do you start from scratch? Thanks to everyone for all of their support!
hmmmmmm....another recipe site to peruse!Originally Posted by delicioso
I bake from scratch, usually one of three cakes, so I don't even need to look at the recipes anymore. My favorite chocolate cake recipe: http://veganmania.com/recipes/index....hocolate-cake/
I have her book, and I like it too! I made the biscotti and something else from it. hard to believe she's only like 19 and has a cookbook out.Originally Posted by Rhys
Almond milk (and most if not all non-dairy milks) should work just fine.I've seen many recipes that simply call for 'non-dairy milk,' allowing the baker to make the choice. We only bake from scratch here too. Also, I love Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar and Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World by Isa and Terry. Recently, I got a hold of some food grade rosewater and made the rosewater pistachio cupcakes from the cupcake book mentioned. Fragrant and tasty! I'd like to check out Kelly's Vegan Cookie Connoisseur book sometime and support a fellow Milwaukee vegan.
Yes, with one exception. Soymilk can be soured to use like buttermilk would be in baking. Hemp and almond don't work out, I don't know about coconut or more exotic nutmilks (pecan? walnut? dunno)My question is, would a nut milk be as good as a soy milk?