When I first began this lifestyle, there were many dishes which we did not care for and just through in the garbage. I finally learned that the trick is to make the (new to you) sauce separately. Taste the sauce first and if you like it you can later add to beans, potatoes, steamed or roasted vegetables. This helps to avoid waste and frustration.
It also helps to join local groups where you can meet and eat with others who have adopted this lifestyle. Learn how to find local groups where you live.
I am fortunate to have created a group which meets twice monthly for healthy, Pot Luck dinners. We try to incorporate presentations before we eat. I found this yummy and versatile recipe for mayonnaise, which also makes a great base for other sauces.
You can watch me demonstrate the “Hey, I Can Make That!” recipe here.
8 oz box of Organic Silken Tofu
3 Tsp white wine vinegar
1/2 tsp ground mustard seeds or dry mustard
1 Tablespoon salt substitute
1 small pitted date (optional)
2 Tablespoons Water
Blend ingredients in high speed blender.
Store in refrigerator.
Keeps in refrigerator for about 5 days.
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