I was raised as a lacto-ovo vegetarian. Many members of our church are lacto-ovo vegetarians. A lacto-ovo diet does not use meat products, though it includes recipes that use dairy products and eggs. Much later in life I migrated over to a mostly plant-based diet—honey is used—that avoids dairy and eggs as much as possible. It wasn't easy to migrate to the new diet since our family had Swiss origins and therefore was accustomed to eating products made with dairy products and eggs. But God was kind and allowed me to eat a meal with a family that only ate plant-based foods and I found it was delicious. That meal took place more than ten years ago now. It took time to find substitute recipes, but over time many of the things I enjoyed back then are enjoyed again, but with plant-based ingredients. Rose has found and developed recipes that are wonderful, and in some cases are as good, if not better, than the "real" thing! I hope you find this section helpful.—Dan
Rose and I eat this almost every Sabbath morning that we are home. It is easy to make and made Friday afternoon, making it an ideal Sabbath morning breakfast.
This is wonderful. You would never know that it is completely plant-based.
This granola is delicious and easy to make. We go through a lot of it and try to take it with us on trips if we are traveling by car.
This fake ice cream has a wonderful taste, is guilt-free, and has the same consistency as soft ice cream. There is a chance your friends won't even know it is not ice cream. Many individuals who hear of this recipe think you can get the same result with a Champion Juice Maker or blender, but think again. Only a food processor can get the consistency right. Learn and then try to make some for yourself.