The 10 Best Vegan Cooking Channels on You Tube " data-medium-file="https://i1com/ fit=1200,800" class="size-full wp-image-1481014459 aligncenter" alt="The 10 Best Vegan Cooking Channels on You Tube" src="https://i2com/ data-recalc-dims="1" / You Tube videos are amazing: from a quick tip on how to do your hair or find the derivative to how to make the perfect vegan meal, it’s all free on You Tube. The channels are listed based on number of subscribers (in ascending order). We don’t need meat to have thick, juicy, succulent steaks.
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Thank you for having so many recipes that stay to the natural side of vegan.
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As an update, I made this last night for a potluck and everyone thought it was amazing! We didn’t have any chili powder and I’m kind of sensitive to heat, so we didn’t add that in, but the rest of the recipe stayed the same. Dairy free sour cream is what I need, and a nice hot bowl of chili is the ultimate comfort food! Reply Would you believe I have NEVER tasted sour cream? I’ve added sour cream to cauliflower soup before and it added a wonderful creaminess. There’s nothing like pulling a meal out of the freezer in the morning and it being ready for dinner that night.
It does make cooking fun when you up the stakes of your recipe. I usually opt for thick all natural plain coconut yoghurt; the one we have here in Ireland is literally made with three ingredients and it’s so thick and creamy! :) Reply Even though I’m not vegan, I agree a good chili doesn’t have to have meat. And what a great topping you have here with the vegan sour cream! Regular sour cream is one of two reasons I stopped eating a completely vegan diet. (And greek yogurt is a great substitute but still not vegan).