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Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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  1. Jenny says:

    Hey!!!

    Im a Big athlete and i have to be very healthy of what i eat!! (Which i bet you do too!!) 🙂
    What would be some Really yummy but HEALTHY lunch ideas!! some that take some time cause im tired of the same sandwiches! mabey something like chicken salad? Something that makes you feal like you put something together and not just slapped on some meat and bread call it lunch. 🙂 thanks sooooo much if you can help!! <3

    1. Hi Jenny,
      I can’t recommend any specific things because I don’t know your specific tastebuds or diet preferences (i.e. non dairy, gluten-free, etc). But here is a link to ALL of my recipes so you can browse and maybe find something that’ll fit the bill for you 🙂
      http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/chocolate-covered-recipes/

    2. Hi Jenny,
      I can’t recommend any specific things because I don’t know your specific tastebuds or diet preferences (i.e. non dairy, gluten-free, etc). But here is a link to ALL of my recipes so you can browse and maybe find something that’ll fit the bill for you 🙂
      http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/chocolate-covered-recipes/

  2. Jenny says:

    Hey!!!

    Im a Big athlete and i have to be very healthy of what i eat!! (Which i bet you do too!!) 🙂
    What would be some Really yummy but HEALTHY lunch ideas!! some that take some time cause im tired of the same sandwiches! mabey something like chicken salad? Something that makes you feal like you put something together and not just slapped on some meat and bread call it lunch. 🙂 thanks sooooo much if you can help!! <3

  3. peanut butter maniac says:

    I’m trying to make my own almond cheese, which is very exciting as that was a big thing I missed in my early vegan days. Have you ever tried making nut cheeses? Any advise?

    1. I haven’t! I do know that there’s a cookbook called “The Uncheese Cookbook” by Joanne Stepaniak. If you can find that, I know some people have had success with her recipes. (But I haven’t personally tried them.)

      1. peanut butter maniac says:

        Thanks, there seems to be some interesting stuff in it! I just discovered the addictive Dr.Cow’s cheese and I’m trying to duplicate it to save money, seems like soaked cashews, lemon juice, vinegar and spices might do the trick. If I get it right, I’ll let you know 🙂

        1. bob says:

          I have had success using the plain cheeze recipe from this site: http://thesunnyrawkitchen.blogspot.com.au/2008/04/not-cheeze-pleaze.html
          I just used the water option, not the rejuvelac one.

          I must say the raw vegan cheesecake is on the same site is stupendous! (http://thesunnyrawkitchen.blogspot.com.au/2007/03/healthy-decadence.html – the second recipe)
          I look forward to trying CCK’s raw cheesecake recipes when I can add cashews back into my diet!

          pb maniac: Have you ever made raw cheesecake? So good!

          Has anyone ever seen a recipe for one that is not based on cashews?

        2. bob says:

          I have had success using the plain cheeze recipe from this site: http://thesunnyrawkitchen.blogspot.com.au/2008/04/not-cheeze-pleaze.html
          I just used the water option, not the rejuvelac one.

          I must say the raw vegan cheesecake is on the same site is stupendous! (http://thesunnyrawkitchen.blogspot.com.au/2007/03/healthy-decadence.html – the second recipe)
          I look forward to trying CCK’s raw cheesecake recipes when I can add cashews back into my diet!

          pb maniac: Have you ever made raw cheesecake? So good!

          Has anyone ever seen a recipe for one that is not based on cashews?

      2. peanut butter maniac says:

        Thanks, there seems to be some interesting stuff in it! I just discovered the addictive Dr.Cow’s cheese and I’m trying to duplicate it to save money, seems like soaked cashews, lemon juice, vinegar and spices might do the trick. If I get it right, I’ll let you know 🙂

    2. I haven’t! I do know that there’s a cookbook called “The Uncheese Cookbook” by Joanne Stepaniak. If you can find that, I know some people have had success with her recipes. (But I haven’t personally tried them.)

  4. peanut butter maniac says:

    I’m trying to make my own almond cheese, which is very exciting as that was a big thing I missed in my early vegan days. Have you ever tried making nut cheeses? Any advise?

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