Vegan airfryer donuts

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Vegan Air Fried Donuts I have been experimenting trying to get the best tasting vegan donuts cooked in the Airfryer. I don’t deep fry. and there a no good donut stores close to where I live so attempted to make some.  There are lots of donut recipes on the internet I am not good at following recipes and don’t want to bother with things like rolling out dough. I also wanted to get more of a donut shop texture versus baked. The yeast and baking powder works really well.  This recipe is good I am the only one that has tried them though.  I do not usually measure ingredients which is why I don’t bake but I tried so you can make them and give me some feedback. Comment below or on Instagram @livingvancouverloca.  Vegan Airfryer Donuts  Ingredients  2 Tbsp vegan butter melted  1 Tbsp yeast 1 Tbsp sugar  1/4 cup water  1 Tsp baking powder  2-3 cups flour (depends on weather) Pinch salt  Few drops of vanilla (or flavouring of choice)  Approximately 1/2 cup plant milk of choice  Melt vegan butte

November 6, 2016 Health Show, Homesmade Ceasar Salad with Garlic Croutons

Ceasar salad recipe below

Yesterday I went to the Vancouver Health Show. It is an exhibition of health related programs. I listened to a couple of speakers one on hormones and another on minerals and the effect on the body. I had a few samples, liquid iron, juice, granola bars, spaghetti made from kojnac, and for me the highlight was sitting in chair that had a massager on it for about 10 minutes. It was relatively easy to obtain a 2 for 1 coupon for the event so the admission was $6 each for my friend and I did get a bag that had some hemp protein shake samples, a polysporin blister bandaid, and a magnet. I also entered some contests at the event received some free cloth bags, a pill container, and a frisbee. I don't know if I am a prize winner yet. It was worth the price of admission.

This is the week of being tired with a lack of energy I am pretty sure my thyroid medication needs to be adjusted again. I did miss a couple days of 3 week yoga retreat but I will be back on track soon as my advent calendar is calling me. Last night was time change so I am thinking about utilizing that extra hour to get up earlier and maybe work out in the morning.

I wanted garlic bread but I wasn't near a store that sold it and I just wanted a piece not a whole loaf. The store i was near had these great fresh buns that said they were from a Greek Bakery. I also got a romaine lettuce and local elephant garlic from the produce store. I couldn't find butter but I knew I had ghee at home which is clarified butter. 

roast garlic at 375 for 10 mins then add the bread and cook another 10 minutes
 Once the bread is toasted rub the garlic on it. I added ghee on side so it was like garlic butter and on the other side cheese so it was garlic cheese bread.
Yes I almost burned the cheese side and I was hungry I ate some to check it wasn't burnt     
Most restaurant ceasar salad will have anchovies in them so they are not vegetarian I decided to try and make my own since I had the garlic crouton part ready. Romaine lettuce is dirty and needs to be washed. I peel the outside leaves and keep those for something else like stirfry or sandwiches. The salad is good with the inside part. I also love my wolfgang puck bowls because I can make the whole salad in it and then store it in my fridge. These bowls are also oven and dishwasher safe. I bought a whole set when they were on sale on the shopping channel some of them I gave away as gifts and some I kept for myself. 


lettuce washed with outside leaves pulled off. Make vertical lines with the knife and then cut horizontal and the lettuce is pefectly chopped.
wolfgang puck bowl with lid

wash lettuce in bowl and then place lid upside down on top and drain water

add torn bread, lemon, seasoning place lid on bowl and shake to mix. Add parmesan cheese to the top










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