Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

24 Aug

If you don’t know, I’m pretty excited about this. Every vegan I’ve ever met in real life has said the hardest thing to give up was cheese and every non vegan has told me that they would never be able to give up cheese. Fortunately, due to amazing chefs like Miyoko Schinner, Jay Astafa, Somer McGowan, and Skye Michael Conroy, we are able to enjoy cheese-like products, without the cruelty. I’ve made several forays into the world of vegan cheese and learned a lot of different techniques from many different recipes. The particular recipe that I drew inspiration from for this is the cashew mozzarella developed by Jay Astafa. You can watch the YouTube video here. I noticed he uses soy lecithin as an emulsifier, which aquafaba has been shown to do in recipes like Nina’s butter and Peanut Butter and Vegan’s mayo. This inspired me to make this cashew mozzarella using aquafaba as the emulsifier. It also makes this recipe soy free, conveniently, for those who are intolerant.

Vegan cheese doesn’t create casein protein strands like dairy cheeses do, which is why we use tapioca starch to create that stretchy texture. Some places may have it labeled at tapioca flour, but they should be interchangeable. I find mine at an international market for a cheaper price. You can also add a bit of xantham gum to increase the stretchiness. If you don’t have any, feel free to omit it, the cheese will still be delicious! I use vegan lactic acid powder to create that dairy-like tang in this recipe. It’s definitely worth the purchase, but if you cannot buy it, substitute a tablespoon of lemon juice instead. Nutritional yeast also adds to this cheesy flavor. Refined coconut oil helps with firmness upon refrigeration and improves the mouthfeel and melt. Cashews can possibly be subbed for raw sunflower seeds for those with allergies.

Most vegan cheeses use either agar or kappa carrageenan as a binder to be sliceable and shreddable. I choose to use kappa carrageenan, as I prefer the melt and mouthfeel it imparts. I am well aware that many people choose not to consume it and I completely respect that; this recipe may be possible with agar powder, but I have not tested it. If you do test it, please contact me with your results!

Edited to add: Several people have tried with equal amounts of agar and have had a hard time getting it to set. I would suggest doubling the amount of agar powder (use 1 tablespoon and 1 tsp). Xanthan gum will not replace the carrageenan, it’s not a firm binder like carrageenan is, just a thickener.

Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese | Avocados and Ales
image

If you like this recipe, be sure to check out these other vegan cheese recipes:
Meltable Soy-based Mozzarella
Soy/Cashew Buffalo Mozzarella
Smoked Coconut Gouda
Almond Milk Pepperjack
Vegan Mozzarella
Moxarella

The Vegan Meringue group on Facebook is a great place for more aquafaba recipes as well.

DSC_2514

Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

Ingredients:
• 1/4 cup raw cashews, soaked overnight or boiled for 15 minutes
• 1 cup aquafaba (preferably chickpea or other light colored bean)
• 2 tbsp tapioca starch
• 2 tsp kappa carrageenan
• 1 tsp lactic acid**
• 1 tsp nutritional yeast
• 3/4 tsp salt*
• 6 tbsp refined coconut oil, liquid

*You may need to adjust the salt level a bit lower if using salted aquafaba.
**You can substitute with 1 tbsp lemon juice, but the lactic acid tastes better

Directions:
1. Blend softened cashews and aquafaba in a high speed blender until as smooth as possibly. Strain through a fine mesh sieve to remove any large particles and return to blender.
Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese
It should be very smooth after blending.
Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese
You may find there are still a few cashew particles if you’re using a lower quality blender or food processor, which is why I recommend straining.
Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

2. Add tapioca starch, carrageenan, lactic acid, nutritional yeast, and salt and pulse in a blender to combine. *Please ignore the xanthan gum in this picture. It is not part of the recipe, but I used it in an early test, which is where this picture is from.
image

3. Add coconut oil and blend again very briefly. Mixture will be smooth and a little thick.
Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

4. Heat in a medium saucepan over medium-low heat while stirring regularly. It will look like quite lumpy as the tapioca starch activates.
Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese
It will eventually turn glossy and smooth, like melted cheese. When it reaches 170°F, it is done. You will see it begin to bubble around the edges and maintain its thickness.
Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

5. Pour into a mold, or scoop balls into ice water for buffalo style mozzarella. Refrigerate for a few hours to fully firm up the cheese before slicing or grating.
imageMozzarella Aquafaba Cheese | Avocados and AlesMozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

Obviously, the best uses of any cheese are either on pizza or fried into mozzarella sticks.

Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese

187 Responses to “Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese”

  1. Hellie January 20, 2016 at 1:19 pm #

    Does it go crisp/brown at all if you broil it?

    • avocadosandales January 20, 2016 at 1:22 pm #

      Yep. See my cashew ricotta lasagna post!

      • Elaine Ableidinger July 25, 2016 at 3:48 pm #

        I just made this for the first time. It tastes great and firmed up beautifully. I didn’t have lactic acid (just ordered some) so used lemon juice.

        I zapped a clove of garlic in the micro for 15 seconds to mellow it and tossed that in. I have no issues with soy so I added a few tsps of mellow white miso for a more complex flavor.

        I will try it melted in burritos for dinner tonight.

        Thanks for posting this!!

  2. Brenda January 20, 2016 at 4:18 pm #

    Really looking forward to making this.

    Any suggestions for Canadians in Bancouver who are having problems finding a place to buy carrageenan in Canada or a store that ships to Canada.

    Would doubling agar really do the trick?

    Thanks for the inspiring recipe

  3. Jenn January 26, 2016 at 12:42 pm #

    I made this for a party last weekend, made caprese bites with it, and it was a HUGE hit!! Thanks for the recipe!!

  4. Jenn January 26, 2016 at 12:43 pm #

    Made this last weekend for a party. Cut it into cubes and made caprese bites with balsamic reduction. It was a hit!! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Beth January 27, 2016 at 4:17 pm #

    Hi, I tried making this but it really didn’t firm up. The flavor was good but it was way too soft. What did I do wrong?

    • avocadosandales January 27, 2016 at 4:23 pm #

      Hi Beth, did you use carrageenan or did you sub agar? It won’t firm up until after a few hours in the fridge, and the binder needs to be fully activated through heatinf. It should be a bit soft like fresh mozzarella after setting, but firm enough to slice or grate gently. You can try adding more binder if you prefer it firmer.

  6. Jaime February 1, 2016 at 10:31 am #

    I’ve made this recipe a bunch or times and have found that the consistency of the end product is best when I hit the hot mixture with an immersion blender for a few seconds just before pouring into the mold. Just thought I’d share in case anyone else was having inconsistent results.

    • Maraika August 22, 2016 at 3:52 am #

      Made my first one today and remembered reading your comment Jaime. As mine had ended up oily and not smooth I put it back in the blender and blended it and it came out much better. Although it will be easier to get out of the jug if I use a stick (immersion blender in the pan:) So thanks for the tip.

  7. Tiina February 1, 2016 at 3:34 pm #

    What if I don’t use agar or carrageenan at all? If I keep it in fridge over night, will it set? I made vegan cheese with agar once and it was horrible, like a jelly. And I can’t find carrageenan.

    • avocadosandales February 1, 2016 at 3:45 pm #

      It won’t set without a binder. You can add an extra tablespoon of starch and just use it as a melt and spread it on things though.

      • Michael Huck March 5, 2016 at 7:36 am #

        i only have agar flakes, not powder. Do I use it in the same way?

      • avocadosandales March 5, 2016 at 7:37 am #

        Agar flakes are weaker, you’ll have to use four times the amount and make sure they’re rehydrated. I don’t think they’ll work though, as most people haven’t even had luck with agar powder.

  8. Joanna February 4, 2016 at 8:54 am #

    HI! I made this last weekend and it tasted great, but the oil did separate from the rest of the mixture while I was heating it, any ideas as to why? From the pictures, yours didn’t seem to do that.

    • avocadosandales February 4, 2016 at 9:09 am #

      It usually happens due to the mixture heating too quickly. If it does, just blend it back up after heating and it should come back together.

  9. fourmat February 4, 2016 at 9:21 am #

    Is there a way to make this recipe slightly more meltable? I have tried to use the shreds on top of a lasagna, and a few other applications, but instead of melting, it seems to dry out and get slightly crunchy (depending on time and temperature of course). Did I read correctly elsewhere that reducing or eliminating the carrageenan increases the meltability? I’d really like to use it on a pizza and have it “flow”, but not end up so much like a cheese sauce.

    • avocadosandales February 4, 2016 at 9:25 am #

      It melts best in moist applications. I find it works best if you press it into the sauce on pizza/lasagna or sprinkle a bit of water on top. If you want it to flow more, you can spread it directly on the pizza without letting it set up and shredding it, just use it immediately from the pan like a thick sauce.

      • fourmat February 4, 2016 at 9:45 am #

        Ah ok, great to know. Sometimes when I get lazy, or if we have a big non vegan group coming over, we will order a veggie pizza (and others) delivery without cheese, and I want to add my own. The AF Moz whips up so fast in the Vitamix I can have it ready by the time it gets here.

      • Beth February 22, 2016 at 4:53 pm #

        If you use it like a thick sauce on top of pizza, it wouldn’t need carrageenan, right?

      • avocadosandales February 22, 2016 at 4:57 pm #

        Yes I do this regularly for pizza without the carrageenan.

      • Matt Hartman February 23, 2016 at 7:44 am #

        For pizza I reduced the carageenan by half and added a little xanthan gum. I poured it directly on the pizza and it stayed pliable a little longer. Was a nice addition.

  10. jan February 4, 2016 at 12:34 pm #

    This really sucks for trying to print out the recipe! A photo, a line of recipe, a photo, a line of recipe. I don’t want to use all my toner, so my only other option is to write it down or cut and paste. 😦

    • avocadosandales February 4, 2016 at 12:49 pm #

      Sorry, it’s just not an option with my blog host I use. Unless I can convince my followers to pay for a much more expensive host for me! 😁 I would suggest cut and paste after the read more section and delete the photos for an easier print.

      • Fernando Domeniconi February 6, 2016 at 9:49 am #

        That’s exactly what I did, copied and pasted into a Word doc. Then you can delete the photos if you want (I didn’t as I find them very useful…)

    • Blackened Coffee February 28, 2016 at 1:19 pm #

      View on html and print

  11. Dani February 7, 2016 at 9:47 am #

    This looks amazing! Iwas wondering if you use Xanthan gum as well, because the picture shows it but it’s not listed in the recipe?

    • avocadosandales February 7, 2016 at 9:50 am #

      No, I did not use xanthan gum, I took the picture of the ingredients with my first test in which I did use it, but with my second batch I didn’t use it and there was no difference. You can use it if you want to but it’s not necessary at all.

      • thesugarpitt March 4, 2016 at 6:47 am #

        So could you use just xantan gum instead of carrageenan. It’s what i have in the cupboard.x

      • avocadosandales March 4, 2016 at 6:50 am #

        No xanthan gum will not replace the carrageenan.

      • thesugarpitt March 11, 2016 at 6:31 am #

        ok thanks, dying to try this out, suppose i’ll order some!x

    • Jennilee March 10, 2016 at 6:17 am #

      In the description you said you can add some xanthum gum if you’d like in addition to the listed ingredients. How much is some?

      • avocadosandales March 11, 2016 at 2:08 pm #

        1/4 tsp or 1/2 tsp should be more than enough!

  12. Ursula February 7, 2016 at 5:24 pm #

    Lacey, you rock and so does this cheese. Keep it up!

    • avocadosandales February 8, 2016 at 6:25 pm #

      No, YOU rock!!! You keep whipping out those beautiful pictures!

  13. Rachel February 8, 2016 at 8:16 am #

    I have a question about measuring the cashews. 1/4 cup whole cashews and 1/4 cup chopped cashews are probably pretty different. Do you measure them whole? Thanks!!

    • avocadosandales February 8, 2016 at 8:22 am #

      Great question, I use chopped cashews! If you have whole, I would chop them up a bit before measuring.

      • Rachel February 8, 2016 at 11:10 am #

        Thanks! I will be sure to do that! I’m going to make it sometime this week and I’m very excited!

  14. fdomeniconi February 8, 2016 at 8:59 am #

    I made it yesterday and loved it, perhaps a little too salty, but that’s because I am on a low-sodium diet and everything tastes too salty🙂 I do have a question, though: using coconut oil, I get a very high content of saturated fat, which I try to avoid for medical recommendations, so I was wondering if there is anything that could be used instead of coconut oil?

    • avocadosandales February 8, 2016 at 9:03 am #

      I’m not aware of anything that could be subbed for the coconut oil. The saturated fats are important to create that ‘cheese’ like mouthfeel. However, you can make it with olive oil without the carrageenan as a ‘melt’ instead of a solid cheese.

    • Maria February 16, 2016 at 5:50 pm #

      Please really read about coconut oil before dismissing it. The saturated fat in it is actually good for you because it is plant based…it’s a medium chain fatty acid and also quite shelf stable so no fear of rancid oils…of all the oils I use, coconut really is the healthiest.

      • Fernando Domeniconi February 16, 2016 at 7:16 pm #

        Hi Maria
        I do appreciate the suggestion and the comment. I have read a lot about it and the opinion of most unbiased experts is that there are not enough studies to decide for one thing or another. Some studies suggest what you said and I am following this closely, I haven’t dismissed it yet. However, I had a heart attack years ago and I don’t want to try something until more researches are out there.🙂

  15. Alia Whipple February 22, 2016 at 3:30 pm #

    I think I’m going to try this with Pomona’s universal pectin since I really can’t eat the carrageenan and I’ve seen other vegan cheese recipes use it.

    • Jennilee March 10, 2016 at 6:11 am #

      How did it come out with the pectin?

  16. Sariah February 28, 2016 at 4:11 pm #

    This looks amazing!!! However my hubby is allergic to nuts. Is there anything I can substitute or is it a lost cause?

    • avocadosandales February 28, 2016 at 4:52 pm #

      Raw sunflower seeds have been successfully substituted.

    • Maria August 30, 2016 at 6:56 pm #

      I’ve actually made my cheese with the beans from the can of AF. In thinking about it, cashews basically give the cheese substance so why not use the beans as the substance. It worked just fine. I didn’t have a problem with it. I used it on my homemade pizza so along with the tomato sauce and a few other ingredients, if it had a beany flavor, I didn’t notice it. Give it a try.

  17. Gaye Baxter April 3, 2016 at 1:54 pm #

    I have been putting my aquafaba mozzarella in parchment paper for storage. It dries it out on the outer edge so that it grates beautifully. Love this cheese. Thank you

  18. 5k3d0n3 April 11, 2016 at 9:23 am #

    Hi I just made this for the second time and was wondering if one you can sub the coconut oil as flavour is quiet strong and can the yeast be increased as the cheese like flavour comes from the yeast but I found 1 tsp not to be enough… Thanks for awesome recipe my daughter is delighted to have pizza again

    • avocadosandales April 11, 2016 at 9:28 am #

      Hi, I suggest refined coconut oil, as it has less flavor than extra virgin! But if you need to substitute, I’ve seen others use shortening or palm oil. You can definitely add more nutritional (I wouldn’t add more than two tbsp as it might mess with the texture.) Glad to hear your daughter likes it!

      • 5k3d0n3 April 11, 2016 at 9:32 am #

        No thank you, and cool will play around a bit what about rapeseed oils they have zero flavour in own or does it need something from the other oils

      • avocadosandales April 11, 2016 at 9:33 am #

        Solid oils help it firm up upon refrigeration, I’m not sure how well rapeseed oils will work. Let me know if you try it!

  19. julesmean34 May 1, 2016 at 10:39 am #

    What do you think is the refridgerated shelf life in this? I made it yesterday and it tastes amazing!

  20. Adrienne D Broomes May 2, 2016 at 6:46 pm #

    Wonderful recipe…so excited. I used almonds and agar powder. ..the lactic acid is a game changer for sure it really taste like cheese!!!!! Thank you!!! I mad gluten dairy free pizza for my ASD preschooler he loved it! win!!!

  21. Ella Golebiewski May 24, 2016 at 10:49 am #

    When you say “liquid” coconut oil, do you mean melted, or an actual liquid version – I can’t seem to find that…

    • avocadosandales May 24, 2016 at 10:53 am #

      Just melted!

      • Ella Golebiewski May 24, 2016 at 11:01 am #

        Thank you! Doing it this weekend!!!!

  22. Karen Fletcher June 12, 2016 at 9:57 am #

    Can I use vinegar in lieu of lactic acid?

    • avocadosandales June 13, 2016 at 8:06 am #

      Vinegar will have a different flavor, I would recommend lemon juice instead.

  23. Ella Golebiewski June 21, 2016 at 9:55 am #

    Hello! Sorry for the onslaught of questions (but I’m really Excited)! – I notice you used Jay’s recipe as a starting point, but more than just the aquafaba is different (replacing the soy lecithin) – is that because you had to change his more to achieve the same results? Just want to make sure it’s the best possible dairy free cheese I can get🙂 Thank you!

    • avocadosandales June 21, 2016 at 10:07 am #

      Hi Elle, I just adjusted the recipe to my own tastes. Feel free to experiment between the two and find what tastes best to you!

  24. Adrienne Broomes July 17, 2016 at 12:35 pm #

    Awesome recipe!!! I used what I had on hand and I therefore made with the following subs:
    I used the liquid of butter beans instead of chick pea. I used almonds instead of cashews. I have a nutri bullet so I didn’t have to strain boil or soak the nuts- it came out perfectly smooth. I used a heaping tsp of lactic acid so it was probably more like 1 1/2 tsp. Finally my rule of thumb for the agar powder I use is 1Tbs to every cup of liquid. So this recipe came to 2 cups so I used 2 tablespoons and it set beautifully.(I put all ingredients in the bullet at once) I have heard adding a dash of vinager will help break down the agar so it melts better like the carrageen stuff 😉 (sorry probably spelled it wrong)….anyhow it’s delish!!! Bravo- aquafaba is the greatest. Can’t wait to make mozzarella sticks😊😊😊

  25. evi July 18, 2016 at 10:20 am #

    does carrageenan add any specific taste to the cheese… i was wondering, because i have carrageenan in the cupboard , but i have used it in some cheese recipes, and it always seems to give it an off taste , almost kind of fishy…
    does every brand have that?
    hope someone can pitch in here , would really like for it to work out especially for the kids who miss miss mis their cheeses .

    • avocadosandales July 18, 2016 at 10:25 am #

      I have never ever noticed any specific taste to carrageenan, which brand are you using??

  26. Molly B July 21, 2016 at 10:37 am #

    Poop! I just read I was supposed to double the Agar Agar! Nevermind, I’ll just use it as a spread for now and see how it copes in the oven ;P
    Thank you for making such a simple cheese recipe! I’m a new Vegan and have been obsessed with Mary V Lin’s channel, as soon as she posted a video about this recipe I knew I had to try it. More Agar Agar next time though ;P x

  27. Simmi July 22, 2016 at 3:40 pm #

    Hi there! This cheese looks amazing! I can’t wait to try it, but I have to ask, do I have to measure the temperature to be at exactly 170 degrees fahrenheit or can I just judge it on the boiling around the edges? I do not have a thermometer, I mean I can get one but if I want to make this now or tomorrow then I may not be able to get my hands on one!🙂

    • disillusionedbuteager July 22, 2016 at 6:25 pm #

      If it were me, I would go for it without the thermometer. It might not set if you don’t get it to a high enough temperature, but it would still be yummy as a spread. Good luck!

    • Elaine Ableidinger July 26, 2016 at 10:12 am #

      If you scoop a bit out onto a plate and slip into fridge it should set up in moments, mine did. It’s very fast to set.

  28. disillusionedbuteager July 28, 2016 at 1:56 am #

    The cheese came out delicious. I’ve made it twice now. The first time with agar, lemon juice, and xantham gum – which was tasty, but it didn’t melt well. (I also heated it too quuickly and had to whirl it in my blender to gt it to recombine…oops). I ordered all the ingredients as listed and made it again. So much better! It wasn’t shredable, but melted beautifully when dropped in clumps. (and I didn’t separate it this time! Whoop!) Any idea why it didn’t set properly? It was thicker than pictured before heating and got very, very thick before it reached 170°F. I had to press it into the mold. I will admit to imprecise measuring. Hoping to introduce both of your aquafaba cheeses at my next get-together with friends.🙂

  29. Jane August 6, 2016 at 1:52 pm #

    This came together so easily and came out perfect!!!! Thanks so much for a new goto recipe! Question: can it be frozen? I may have gotten a little carried away with making cheese.

  30. Duke Suik August 14, 2016 at 2:15 am #

    I have made this and added some drops of arôme chèvre from meilleur du Chef to it. Next time I’ll add some more, but it gave it a really nice taste. It was the first time I made this cheese and I really like how it cuts, melts and grades. And it’s easy to make too. I’ll make some with the other flavours as well. Thanks for the recipe.

  31. annabanana August 17, 2016 at 9:52 am #

    I can’t believe how awesome this recipe is!!! I was so excited to try it, and it came out perfectly!!! Thank you so so much for sharing this with the world!!!🙂

  32. Jacqueline August 20, 2016 at 7:25 am #

    We have a baby with multiple food allergies, including dairy, eggs, peanuts and tree-nuts. Any ideas as to how we can skip the cashews?

    • avocadosandales August 20, 2016 at 7:26 am #

      I believe if you scroll up in the comments, someone successfully used raw sunflower seeds instead of cashews.

  33. Teri August 21, 2016 at 1:45 pm #

    Hi Lacey, are you using straight aquafaba for this or reduced? Thank you!!

    • avocadosandales August 21, 2016 at 2:12 pm #

      I’m using ‘straight’ aquafaba from my pressure cooker, which is a bit thicker than aquafaba from a can. Reducing can be helpful!

  34. Kate September 13, 2016 at 4:28 pm #

    I was able to bring this to full temperature in the vitamix without the soaking and straining

  35. Keryn Wolff September 14, 2016 at 2:40 pm #

    I just made this cheese for the first time. I used lemon juice cos that’s all I had and I used agar cos that’s all I had. It tasted amazing I could not wait for it to set and I poured some direct over my zucchini walnut burgers . I am so happy I found this recipe. Thank you. My next step is to make cheese sticks with it.

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Don't Fear the Sprout: Creative Ways to Enjoy Brussel Sprouts | Vegi-curious - January 20, 2016

    […] experiments. While making an exotic mushroom pizza using aquafaba mozzarella from Avocados & Ales, I decided to make one half of the pizza with some more of the leftover […]

  2. Cheese, Wonderful Cheese! | - January 20, 2016

    […] Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese […]

  3. 40 Vegan Super Bowl Recipes - Vegan Richa - February 1, 2016

    […] Aquafaba Mozzarella for Mozzarella sticks or Pizza. – Avocados and Ales […]

  4. A dozen ways to use chickpea juice (aquafaba) as a vegan egg replacer | Inhabitots - February 22, 2016

    […] and Ales’ recipes for vegan mozzarella and cheddar cheeses using aquafaba may seem daunting at first glance, but they are actually […]

  5. Vegan Pizza Rolls | Avocados and Ales - March 4, 2016

    […] 1/2 cups vegan cheese, diced finely (store bought or homemade) 4 tbsp marinara […]

  6. 16 Life changing Vegan Cheese Recipes - it doesn't taste like chicken - March 9, 2016

    […] Avocados and Ales: Mozzarella Aquafaba Cheese […]

  7. Nots-arella (Cashew Mozzarella) | Mamma Vegan - March 12, 2016

    […] of time before it became the secret ingredient in nut cheeses. Originally inspired by a recipe from Avocado and Ales, I have done a bit of tweaking and this is the one that I find really hits the spot. Have at it, […]

  8. Almond Mozzarella – vegancyclopedia - August 2, 2016

    […] recipe is the result of a lot of trial and error and owes particular debts to Avocado and Ales‘ use of aquafaba (bean juice) as an emulsifier for vegan cheese and maple.spice‘s […]

  9. Traditional Cabbage and Mushroom Croquettes | Anna Banana - August 7, 2016

    […] discovering new recipes online with the different uses for it. Like seriously, just check out this vegan mozzarella cheese recipe from Avocados and Ales, it totally blew my socks off, and I can’t wait to share the […]

  10. Vegan Mozzarella Cheese | Anna Banana - August 17, 2016

    […] post here, I have tried the recipe from Avocados and Ales, and you can find the original one here. I tried it and I loved it. However, due to not having few specific ingredients and being slightly […]

  11. 30 Amazing Things You Can Do With Aquafaba (Chickpea Juice) - August 18, 2016

    […] 26. Mozzarella Cheese – a melty, stretchy dairy free mozzarella cheese that you can make at home from soaked raw cashews, tapioca starch, carrageenan, lactic acid (or lemon juice), nutritional yeast, and coconut oil. […]

  12. Vegan Mozzarella with Aquafaba – Shan's Vegan Kitchen - August 20, 2016

    […] is what I came up with.  It’s inspired by 3 different foodblogs(Avocados and Ales, It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken and Veged […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: