Hi, Dairy-Free Staters! I’ve got a quick recipe that should get you over this mid-week hump. I talked about this recipe way back when, when I did the Whole30. On Monday, I started cutting out sugar (more on that in a future post). This recipe Monkey Salad is good for anyone looking for a sweet […]
Now that I’m back writing more regular posts, I’ve made it my goal to review more dairy-free products. One of the reasons I started Dairy-Free State is because I didn’t want people to waste their money on products that didn’t taste good, like I had to for years. I also realized I didn’t have any […]
It’s almost the end of my first year of blogging, and I haven’t talked much about goat cheese. All of my posts will always be cow dairy-free, but every once in a while, I might include recipes that use goat or sheep cheese. For some who have dairy allergies or lactose intolerance, goat cheese is […]
Any time I find something new at the store, it’s like a mini Christmas. Especially if it’s something non-dairy in the “dairy” section. Last week, I found Chia Pods at my local Whole Foods and couldn’t resist trying one.
Who can resist the pull of puppy chow? Nobody (well, except for my friend who doesn’t like Chex. More chow for me!) I make this for most parties and gatherings because it’s quick to whip up and always gets devoured. It’s vegan and can also be made gluten-free if you use gluten-free Chex. I’ve also […]
This weekend, my friend had a cookout, and I figured, what better to welcome in the warm weather but fruit pizza? It’s berry season, and this delicious vegan pizza, with any kind of fruit you want on top (but especially berries) is colorful and looks a lot harder to make than it actually is. That’s […]
Every year, moms tend to get the same stuff for Mother’s Day: flowers, perfume, earrings, chocolates. For once, can’t their children mix it up a little? Out of my growing love for bulk bins and my growing interest to do this kind of stuff on my own, I decided to make homemade granola for my […]
I have discovered the wonder of Larabars. I know what you’re thinking. You don’t want to hear about some other miracle protein bar packed with phoney baloney vitamins and nutrients. After all, isn’t that what I’ve been railing against on this blog?
This last month, Girl Scout Cookies rolled into our office. I love the Girl Scouts, and I love their cookies, but they’re not exactly diet-friendly (why did they decide to sell them after resolutions and before Lent?)