My super power is a human sewing machine. I can serge and sew zigzags with my teeth, if I drink enough kombucha. Too bad the super fizzy kombucha from the store is so much money, and too bag that my homebrewed kombucha is no where near as good (yet). I have some stewing on top of the fridge, but my hopes are not high for super fizzy stuff. I've developed quite an addiction, along with Back to Eden's cheezecake--the two go hand in hand, especially for extra long seams. So far I have had: peanut butter, peanut butter with chocolate ganache, maple, orange with chocolate ganache, strawberry with chocolate ganache X2, lemon with blueberry sauce and chocolate. Probably a few others, too. It is a bad habit, but like I said no kombucha, no sewing with super human strength.
I've found a few great vegan video shows online recently. I want to share them with you. My favorite is The Tofu Guru put together by Brittany. She is pretty awesome (unlike mine, her awesome may or may not be fueled by kombucha).
Here's the newest episode, which was just uploaded a few hours ago. It's about popcorn, and it's in 3-D. You'll actually need those cool red and blue filmed glasses to view it without a headache, or just click on the link she gives you to go to the boring 2D version.
I also like Heavy Metal Vegan Cooking quite a bit. They are a bit more involved than The Tofu Guru, but then again, Brittany does not have a vegan metal bunny in her videos.
Here's my favorite episode so far.
Also, this is generally unrelated, but if anyone reading this has had success making non-soy tempeh at home, can you please report in?