I have been trying to discover this answer by osmosis, since I feel dumb asking, and everyone already seems to know what this is, but here goes . . . I am intrigued by recipes including "Nutritional Yeast" but I guess I don't know what it is or where to find it. I tried making a lasagna with the yeast I had in my pantry, but I caught on that it wasn't the right thing, because the result was not very good, and the sprinkled yeast remained a flavorless powder. I've looked all around at several grocery stores, and the folks who work there directed me back to the baking aisle for the powder in a foil pack kind of yeast. It must be something else, right? What does it look like and where do you get it? Thanks.
NY is def. one of my favorite things ever.. lately at least. It adds a wonderful cheesy note to anything you add it to, without the cow pus. Sprinkle it on your popcorn or scrambled tofu. I made vegan/raw pesto the other day with it, and I also make a tofu pate(kind of like vegan scramble or eggless egg salad) that is great to dip veggies in or is terribly addicting with blue corn chips. Also both recipes were awesome in sandwiches or wraps. You can also make vegan parm cheese with NY too, I have yet to give that one a try, but if anyone wants the recipes for the pate or pesto let me know! :) Happy eating <3
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