Ranch Dip



The Vegan Stoner's Ranch Dip

19 comments:

Anna A. said...

Mmm mmmm I love this! Yum! What kind of tofu do you use - the ultra soft kind I am assuming?

atablespoonofliz said...

I've always wanted to know how to make vegan ranch, thanks for posting this recipe!

Stephanie L said...

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Christine (The Raw Project) said...

This looks wonderful, can't wait to try it. Thanks!

simplynutritiouskate said...

what a simple delicious recipe I love ranch!

lav said...

I just found this blog and I am absolutely loving it! It makes me want to eat more vegetables. :D

THE-LOUDMOUTH said...

This is amazing. New favorite blog.

Catherine Lowe said...

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Love love love!
You guys rock simple and so so cute! :)

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jacquelyn |lark + linen said...

I just found your blog but its so so amazing! I'm loving the presentation. Consider me a new follower!

natalie said...

just wondering, do you guys use firm or silken tofu?

Ashley said...

That's all there is to it? Who knew!? I can't wait to try it out. :]

littleamanda said...

I made this twice already and I love it to dip celery in. :)

Eat My Words said...

does it end up tasting ridiculously raw-oniony? I don't really like raw onions... =|

LauraR. said...

what's the self-life?

LauraR. said...

shelf*

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi LauraR.

We're not sure, we ate it all in one sitting!

Generally speaking, shelf life is dependent upon the method of storage and the shelf life of the most perishable ingredient.

Anonymous said...

I am suggesting a few modifications, for those of us who eat this dip sober. Add a few splashes of vinegar and some tofu-sour cream, plus a little garlic and onion powder. The recipe as it is lacks tang, so I used this mod to make it a little better.

Anonymous said...

Can I sub garlic and onion for garlic powder & onion powder? If so how much I'm not very good with cooking

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous!

This recipe calls for fresh onion and garlic. However, some recipes do call for garlic / onion powder. It's up to your taste buds how much of those fresh ingredients to use. As far as garlic, it's really hard to overdo it if you love that garlic flavor. We would suggest 1-3 cloves per serving. Onion quantities vary a bit more.

When we do use garlic / onion powder it's usually because they keep better over time than their fresh alternatives. We are simply keeping in mind people who do not have fresh garlic and/or fresh onion in stock.

Cheers,
T.V.S.

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