Vegan Caesar Salad with Vegan Croutons

Vegan Caesar Salad with Vegan Croutons

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Thanks to Cheyenne at Spring Vegan and Heidi at Adventures of a Gluten Free Mom, I can make zesty, creamy Caesar dressing any time. One note about the recipe: it calls for Worcestershire Sauce, which is usually with anchovies. I adopted an easy vegan version of Worcestershire sauce from the site, Cooking with Rockstars. Stores like Whole Foods also carry vegan versions. Thanks to The Vegan Chef, no more splurging on expensive supermarket croutons, homemade is the best. Good thing I’ve found all these fabulous sites!  If you’re in the Bay Area, please feel free join us. i haven’t been to the vegan chef website in forever! I don’t think I’ll ever buy croutons again. Sounds like so much fun! It looks like it could fool any omnivore. It tastes just the same. The croutons look great and the tomatoes so fresh. And while at it, have fun exploring the vegan lifestyle. The AstigVegan Pinays:RG Enriquez has learned most of her cooking skills from the world’s best cook, her mom! Growing up eating heavily meat based dishes, RG often wondered if there’s ANYTHING ELSE out there that would not only TASTE GOOD but also make you FEEL GOOD (no guilt). Lo and behold, she has discovered the delicious world of vegan dishes! (yes, that’s delicious and vegan in one sentence). Since then, she’s been blogging with fellow Astig, TJ, about recipes they either “veganized” or originally created. Both of them also love to organize vegan potlucks with friends, often kicking butt in the game of charades. They’re also dabbling into the catering world so if you want to have an Astig dish at your party, just give them a holler. The AstigVegan Pinays:TJ is an occasional blogger with Astig Vegan and founder of the short-lived and now defunct blog Tsinay Vegan.

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