Vegan foods

Favourite Vegan Youtube Channel

2017-08-17 10:12 #0 by: Evelina

I was wondering if anyone has a favourite vegan youtube channel? 

I'm pretty burnt out on using Pinterest for finding vegan recipes. 

I'm looking for more vegan gluten free meals for increasing my protein intake since I've been having a lot of issues with my back and neck.  I'm working really hard to build the muscles back up in my back. Glad 

I've watched a few of Simnett's Nutrition and have gotten a few ideas, such as Buckwheat, which is gluten free and has a good amount of protein. 

2017-08-17 12:58 #1 by: Niklas

I like buckwheat too. I have used it both for granola müsli and pillows.

2017-08-17 14:57 #2 by: Evelina

Do you have a recipe? I want to switch up my breakfast foods Glad

2017-08-17 21:00 #3 by: Niklas

I can probably find it. :-)

2017-08-18 07:49 #4 by: Niklas
Here you go:

Åsa's almost too good to eat granola müsli

Ingredients (preferably organic):

  • 160 gram rye flakes

  • 190 gram oatmeal

  • 45 gram flax seed (optional)

  • 110 gram sunflower cores

  • 130 gram raw cane sugar

  • 200 gram water

  • 60 gram rapeseed oil

  • 14 gram ground ginger

  • 125 gram sultana raisins

  • Buckwheat flakes as it pleases you

Work order:

  1. Heat oven to 200 °C

  2. Shuffle everything but raisins and buckwheat.

  3. Spread it evenly on a baking plate with non stick oven paper.

  4. Toast in the middle of the oven for about 25 minutes. Take out and shuffle the granola four times so it gets evenly toasted and don't get burned.

  5. Take out and let it cool down.

  6. Mix with raisins and buckwheat flakes.

  7. Store dry and in room temperature.

I have translated from a Swedish recipe so let me know if anything is unclear.

2017-08-18 09:48 #5 by: Evelina

Sounds good! What are rye flakes and buckwheat flakes? I have buckwheat flour and whole. 

2017-08-18 11:30 #6 by: Niklas

A photo of rye flakes:ågflingor-image45655525

And one of buckwheat flakes:

They look like corn flakes but darker.


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