Ellen Jaffe Jones
Coffee, chocolate chips, and cacao powder unite to create the deep dark-chocolate flavor of these chewy, rich-tasting brownies. If you like, add the optional chopped nuts to the batter or sprinkle them over the top of the batter to add a little crunch.
Nondairy milk is combined with a little cider vinegar to make a vegan version of buttermilk, which is combined with a few pantry staples to create these light and fluffy pancakes. Serve them with your choice of toppings, such as vegan butter, maple syrup, or agave nectar.
Thousands of varieities of rice are grown worldwide. So, although arborio rice is traditional in risotto, why not shake things up and experiment with alternatives? Feel free to substitute other whole-grain rices in this recipe. Forbidden black rice or Bhutanese red rice would contribute wonderful flavor and texture, not to mention eye appeal.
Vegan Dishes for Semi-Vegan Households
What do you do if you’re vegan, but your spouse, partner, roommate, or another family member isn't? In this diplomatic and eminently practical guide to achieving household harmony, Ellen Jaffe Jones (author of the bestselling Eat Vegan on $4 a Day), addresses the heated issues that can arise when vegans and meat-eaters share the same kitchen.