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Creamy Dairy-free Potato salad

If I had to pick a favourite vegetable, it would be white potato. When it comes to spring, I start to make my dairy-free version of my sister’s potato salad. It’s really yummy, and a great little dish to take to BBQs . Here’s what you need to make it: 4-6 potatoes boiled with skins … Continue reading Creamy Dairy-free Potato salad

Creamy Dairy-free Green Salads

  Spring always makes me think of Summer (yes I know there’s another 3 months to go, but I can’t help to feel optimistic and think of warmer times to come… and consequently lighter meals too). Pre-dairy free day’s I used to love Greek salad and fetta. Last year I discovered a new vegan fetta … Continue reading Creamy Dairy-free Green Salads

Anne’s Rainbow Coleslaw

If you’re looking for a simple summer salad, try Anne’s rainbow coleslaw from our Season 2  BBQ Episode. It’s sweet, creamy, colourful and very easy to make. Ingredients 1/4 Green cabbage 1/4 Red cabbage 1 large carrot 1 large yellow carrot 1 large apple (I like Fugi, but you could also use Granny Smith) 2-3 … Continue reading Anne’s Rainbow Coleslaw

Recipes for an Aussie Summer: Creamy Dairy-free Mango Lassi Drink, Ice Cream & Custard & a Homemade Coconut Yoghurt Alternative

One of my favourite recipes from our book and one of the favourites with adults and children at each of our tastings is the Mango Lassi. I love this recipe because it’s simple, it’s quick and it’s tasty. Creamy Dairy-Free Mango Lassi (Lisa’s Mango Lassi from The Alternative Kitchen: A beginners guide to cooking without … Continue reading Recipes for an Aussie Summer: Creamy Dairy-free Mango Lassi Drink, Ice Cream & Custard & a Homemade Coconut Yoghurt Alternative

An alternative Halloween

Cooking with alternatives really doesn’t need to be so scary. In this mini episode Lisa shows you how to keep the vampires away with her garlicy hoummus from the Hoummus episode. If you want to keep the vampires away this halloween with this recipe check out our book The Alternative Kitchen: A beginners guide to … Continue reading An alternative Halloween