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Bauman College News / Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
« Last post by LindsayAWeaver on September 24, 2014, 11:18:06 AM »
My name is Lindsay and I am starting the nutrition consultant program in 2 days (count em 1, 2) at the Boulder location.  I could not be more excited and just thought in light of the excitement I would jump in and say "hello!"
Looking forward to joining the Bauman community and all of the discoveries that await.

Nutrition News & Research / Nutrition Book Publicity
« Last post by nicholasv058 on September 23, 2014, 09:13:01 PM »
Dear Forums,

     I will be writing a nutritional book for children. What are the steps I need to take and has anyone else published a book before?

Sincerely, Nicholas Vincent
Recipe Exchange / Holiday Vegan Dessert Recipe
« Last post by oliviak033 on September 23, 2014, 08:00:55 PM »
The holidays are coming up quickly, what better way to celebrate then to get a kick start on making some holiday goodies?!
I found this recipe the other day and it came out great. Pumpkin Pie is a holiday staple, so making it was exciting and I love how the recipe is a little different then most. It's fun, simple, and a better alternative then most desserts served on halloween or thanksgiving.
Check it out.

Swirled Cheesecake Pumpkin Pie
vegan, makes 1 pie with leftover filling

1 pack vanilla vegan pudding
*Dr. Oetker brand
1 1/2 cup soy milk
1/4 cup soy creamer
3 Tbsp arrowroot powder (or cornstarch)
dash of salt
2 Tbsp Vegenaise
1/4 cup vegan sugar (evaporated cane juice)
1 1/2 containers soy cream cheese (about 12 oz.)
1/2 cup raw cashews
1/2 cup raw Brazil nuts
1 tsp cinnamon spice blend (cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves)
1 dash cayenne
1 can organic pumpkin puree (16 oz.)
2 Tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp apple cider vinegar
One pre-made vegan graham crust
*I used Wholly Wholesome brand
*You can also make yourself with crushed grahams and a Tbsp vegan buttery spread.
Garnish: Mixed whole nuts (cashew, pecan and/or Brazil)
*one toothpick for swirling design effect.

1. Gather ingredients. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Place a small pot on stove top. Turn heat to med-high. Add: soy milk, soy creamer, pudding mix and salt. Stir briskly until pudding mix is well-dissolved in pan.
2. Next, carefully stir in the arrowroot powder. Try not to let it clump.
3. The mixture should be thickening and reducing by now. Continue stirring briskly so that it does not burn. You may want to turn the heat down to medium. Now add in the cream cheese, Vegenaise and sugar. Stir until the cream cheese is melted into the mixture and the filling is bubbling and thickened.
4. Remove from heat and pour into a blender. Let cool for a few seconds and proceed blending with extreme caution. *hot liquids tend to steam and can explode in a blender* Begin blending. Add in chopped cashews and chopped Brazil nuts and blend until perfectly smooth. This white mixture is your Vanilla Nut Cream portion of your filling.
5. Pour about 8 ounces of the white filling out into a separate container. (I just use an empty cream cheese container. Set aside.
6. To the blender, add in the maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, pumpkin puree, cinnamon spice blend and cayenne. (the one dash of cayenne adds a bit of mellow heat, but you can remove if you are sensitive to spiciness.) Blend until smooth.
7. Pour the pumpkin blended mix into your crust. Fill about 3/4 of the way to the top of the crust. (Leave room for the white filling.)
8. Next pour in the entire side container of the Vanilla Nut Cream white filling mix. Pour directly into the center of the pie and allow to disperse in a center-based circle. By placing the white in the center of the pie-you will ensure that their first bit is of that white creamy cheesecake-then they will move onto more pumpkin as they eat. Take your toothpick and start making swirls in the pie until it looks pretty and gently swirled. Over swirling will create a clumpy look so stop when it looks right. (This process is my preference, you can pour and swirl as you like though. Creativity encouraged!)
9. Lastly, add a few whole cashews and pecans to the ring of the crust. I alternated nut varieties.
10. If you have leftover filling you can either bake in separate oven-safe mini cups (you could use muffin tins) or simply pour into dessert cups and place in fridge to harden as a "raw" version of this dessert. (If you do raw 'extra cups', be sure and use shallow cups so that the filling hardens properly.) Place in the oven to bake at 375 for 35 minutes.
11. Remove from oven and allow to cool for a few minutes before transferring to fridge to cool for at least a few hours.
12. Serve chilled. Add some cool creamy rice whip on top.
Recipe Exchange / Re: Looking for vegan and gluten-free baked goods recipes
« Last post by meganm366 on September 23, 2014, 05:15:15 PM »
This is my fave gluten free buckwheat cake recipe! It has eggs :/ but worth it for the rest of it!
hope you enjoy :)
Housing Hookup / Re: Looking for a house share near Berkeley/Oakland from September
« Last post by meganm366 on September 22, 2014, 08:22:55 PM »
Hey Aparna!
I am a fellow Australian, and will also be looking for a home (probably more from late october) in the same area.
I realize you will probably be situated by then, but we can keep in touch if you know of anything, or if you are still looking by then!
Chef Opportunities / Part time catering 10/1-10/5: TWW (San Rafael, CA)
« Last post by Lori Cottrell on September 22, 2014, 04:19:45 PM »
Part time catering

I am looking for someone to cater lunch for a workshop in San Rafael. Workshop will run October 1-5. I am looking for simple fare; green salad, tabouli, fresh veggies, etc. to be brought in and removed when we are finished.

Hours: Parttime

Salary: Negotiable

Business: TWW

Contact:Alex friedman 415.310.2460

City/State: San Rafael, CA
Chef Opportunities / Natural Chef: Private Residence (Berkeley, CA)
« Last post by Lori Cottrell on September 22, 2014, 04:17:26 PM »
Natural Chef

Hi there,
A friend who works a lot and lives alone has often mentioned that she'd like to hire someone to cook for her on a very part-time basis -- something along the lines of a lasagna or a big pot of soup or beans once or twice a week. A few of us would like to buy her a month of this as a birthday gift. Please contact me if this would work for you; we and she would be so grateful!

Hours: part time, 5-10 hrs

Salary: negotiable, please submit compensation requirements

Private Residence: Casey Miner


Berkeley, CA
Recipe Exchange / antioxidants
« Last post by leighw797 on September 22, 2014, 01:15:26 PM »
What fruit contains the most beneficial cancer fighting antioxidants?
« Last post by cristenm689 on September 22, 2014, 09:49:54 AM »
this is great, thank you, Jada! 

Community Calendar / Re: Southern California students
« Last post by VanessaZ on September 21, 2014, 09:15:22 AM »
I  am in the Lancaster Ca area if there is anyone near my area I would love to meet up.
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