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What does ‘nom’ mean? I get this one a lot. ‘Nom’ is the sound you make when eating something yummy, such as a vegan cookie or piece of cake. The word ‘nom’ is popularly affiliated with icanhascheezburger.com. For more information on nom and lolspeak see here and here. It’s illuminating. 😉 Truly, Cheezburgers is one of the highlights of my day, everyday.
Don’t I know you from somewhere? Possibly. I used to blog at Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen, which I had for about three years.
Oh, yeah. What’s with your thing with squirrels, anyway? Well, I just like ’em. They are like a hamster/kitten hybrid, they are incredibly smart and funny and we have an awesome community of squirrels who live behind our home that we enjoy the company of. We even have a squirrel feeder on the patio and have trained our cats to shoo the blue jays away so they don’t waste the squirrel’s food, which they just carry off then drop. Yes, we are those kind of people.
In the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe there is no milk listed in the ingredients, but it calls for it in the directions. What do I do? Oops, my bad. It’s supposed to call for 2 teas. of milk of your choice. Sorry about that.
On the Upside-Down Pecan Sticky Muffins, it looks like I’m missing half of the ingredients? What should I do? Turn the page.
I hear there was some problem with the measurements for the You Are My Sunshine Bread? Unfortunately, a couple of the measurements were printed incorrectly. It should read 1 1/4 cups of all-purpose flour and 1 1/4 cups of milk.
Where do your recipes come from? A large handful are from family recipes and favorites, just adapted and made vegan. The rest are from various places. Sometimes I think of two flavors or a flavor and texture that would be good together and look for the best baked palate to showcase them with. Other times I see a recipe or baked good in a magazine or blog and think “ooh, we need a vegan version of that!”
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel's Vegan Kitchen!
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