Vegan Baked Ziti

Vegan Baked Ziti

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One of them is blogger Alessandra Lanot of Life After Breakfast. Alessandra co-owns a vegan restaurant in Quezon City, Philippines, called Pipino. She’s been vegetarian for more than twelve years and bakes vegan pastries and desserts for Pipino. She’s also a graphic designer, art teacher, and avid traveler. With all these on her plate, you could just imagine how much adventure she faces after breakfast! But no need to imagine, she logs them all on her blog. And believe it or not,  she found some free time to send us a recipe -even complete with beautiful illustrations! This recipe is actually a good alternative to any dish that calls for some cheese sauce. I add it over nachos, and even sometimes inject it into Portobello mushrooms. This time, though, I used it for a vegan version of fast food favorite Baked Ziti. While waiting, whip up a basic recipe for tomato sauce, which when added onto the baked dish, will make the eating experience worth the extra wait. I served this to my dad and my husband, who both enjoyed it. My sister, who was half-out the door on her way to work, couldn’t resist, went back and sat down on the table with us. I love sharing vegan love with the family. Her blog, Life After Breakfast talks about her adventures, which begin after the most important meal of the day. Whether it be with an essay, photo, video, recipe, we’re excited to feature you! Will sub the nut yeast with cashew cream and see how it goes. 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!

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