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Cheeses

Gorgonzola

The creamy cashew base of our blue cheese is aged for eight weeks using the same cultures as dairy blue cheese (except vegan, of course). The finished “cheese” has a flavor identical to traditional milder blue cheeses (such as Gorgonzola), with a soft and buttery texture that melts in your mouth

Try it on crackers, with fresh or dried fruit, jam or marmalade. It’s excellent crumbled over a pear or roasted beet salad, or use it to make some authentic blue cheese dressing. Also incredible in a creamy sauce served over gnocchi or pasta and sprinkled with toasted walnuts.

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Brie

Our cashew based Brie is smooth and creamy and is encased in a velvety, fluffy white rind. Aged for four weeks, the flavor is mild and earthy with subtle tones of fresh mushrooms characteristic of Brie.

Goat

Chickpea Flatbread

Farinata (chickpea flatbread) is very simple to make with just a couple of ingredients…chickpea flour, a bit of good olive oil and some herbs and spices. The result is a delicious flatbread that’s creamy in the middle and crisp on the outside with perfectly charred edges.

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Veggie Moussaka

Traditional Moussaka is made by layering vegetables, meat sauce and bechamel sauce. Although delicious, it can also be somewhat labor intensive and heavy – because all of the vegetables are fried.
Our version is much lighter and easier to make, and we honestly like it better than the original. I like to bake the veggies, and use my Lentil Bolognese (from the previous post) in place of meat.

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