Lets break down this delicious pasta meal we made...On the right you can see the cute packaging that Cappellos pasta comes in. (I'm obsessed.) And all the ingredients on the left are what we used for both the homemade marinara sauce and the pasta toppins. The tempeh was used like "italian sausage." So all you other meat eating people can ...
WHAT IS IT?
Is a meat-substitute made from fermented soybeans. You buy it in a block, and slice it into cubes or slices. It’s got a rich, nutty flavor.
WHAT MAKES IT HEALTH-IER?
It’s high in protein and contains probiotics – which helps with digestion and stomach health. Plus going meatless can lead to lower blood pressure, reduced risk at heart disease, and positive environmental effects.
HOW DO I USE IT?
You will want to slice your tempeh, cook it in a thin layer of water before adding oil, sauces, or spices. It will help the flavor and texture. Just trust me on this one.
Y'all. I finally did it. I took a seminar about wine tasting a paring. At long last I have a bit more knowledge other than: "I like that" or "I don't really like that, but I'll still drink it." The seminar was apart of the IFBC (that's the International Food Bloggers Conference for you commoners.) It was hosted by Bordeaux wines, and they had some ...