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Amount of water needed to soak buckwheat groats together with apple cider vinegar as prep for buckwheat milk

I'm attempting a recipe for buckwheat milk from Blissful Basil. The recipe calls for the following ingredients: 1 cup raw buckwheat groats 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 3 cups filtered water 2 ...
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Why would plant-based cookie dough packaging say "Do not consume raw dough"?

I just bought some Kroger Simple Truth Plant-Based Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. I always prefer to eat raw dough rather than bake the cookies. But this packaging says: DO NOT CONSUME RAW DOUGH Why ...
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How to make a facsimile of corned beef from (plant-based) ground?

I became vegetarian about a year ago, and one thing I still crave constantly is corned beef hash. I've found that impossible meat has been a fairly good substitute for when I really crave a dish with ...
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Plant-based lamb?

How could plant-based lamb be made? I'm looking not only to imitate the flavor* but also the texture of slow-cooked lamb. *cf. "How can I imitate the flavor of lamb?"
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Good replacement for methyl-cellulose to be used for binding plant-based burger [duplicate]

I am trying to prepare plant-based burger patties like beyond-meat. What is a good binder to be used as a replacement for methyl-cellulose. I want to grill the patties on a griller.
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How can I imitate the flavor of lamb?

I would like to try and imitate the flavor of lamb in a plant based dish. Googling "why does lamb taste like lamb" I found that the most common explanation is that lamb fat is comprised of, ...
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How is unsweetened plant-based yogurt possible?

For plant-based (soya, almond, cashew, etc.) unsweetened yogurt, how does the yogurt bacteria grow and develop without sugar? From online recipes for soya yogurt, one tablespoon of sugar per 1 liter ...