2 Ingredient Vegan White Sauce: Reinventing Classics
I often hear about people who would like to convert existing recipes into new plant-based iterations and this 2 Ingredient Vegan White Sauce is a great option for recreating heavy diary cream sauces.
It brings a higher question of how we change and support ourselves in making changes that support an aligned internal vision. It is not always easy or straightforward however the most important piece I believe is that we must digest what we want to change and then take the small incremental changes that take up ever closer to that destination.
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Try This Recipe Swap for an Alfredo Sauce
Cashews are amazing when prepared this way. This 2 Ingredient Vegan White Sauce is also affordable and can be frozen for later.
The key to having a velvety sauce is to prepare the cashews over time. I find when they can soak in fresh water for 6-8 hours and then puree in a highspeed blender, we can get the best results.
Be sure to soak them and rinse and then place them into the blender with fresh water. Puree and then use that cashew crema for whatever you are going to create.
It can be savory or sweet.
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White Beans are a Nutrient Dense Food
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There are so many directions to take this white sauce base.
It can be made into nachos, created as sweet treats or even introduced over other pasta or vegetables as a bechamel or ricotta substitute.
I like to think about all the options that you can add like: fresh herbs, turmeric, basil, chaat masala
When I share a recipe on the blog, this is the food that I eat every day in our plant-based kitchen. We don’t strive for perfection, we aim for nourishment that can sustain us for the work we feel called to do while on this planet. This is a way to increase your daily protein intake.
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1 cup white beans
1 cup raw cashews
To make the crema soak the cashews for 6-8 hours in water. Then add just enough water to cover the cashews in a high speed blender. Puree for several minutes to allow for a smooth and creamy cashew crema. See the video for more information on this.
Once the creme is made, puree again with white beans for a rich sauce.
Cook Time:soaking 6-8 hours
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