Vegan Kale Chip Doritos Recipe | The Edgy Veg

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  1. Girl… let me tell you right now… I am making this right now and… this CHEESE?!?! IS INSANE! It is SO good and I can already tell that this is going to be my new snack I am so excited to try them

  2. I'm not vegan and have no plans to go vegan .I do luv kale chips and I also like dorotoes.but there's no way ure gonna convince yourself t hats lime dorotoied no way

  3. I just made this today and it was oh so good! The only difference was that I used coco aminos instead of soy sauce and he dehydrator. My family love it too.

  4. Guess what? I didn't have the soaked cashews and I did it anyways and…it was delicious!! My "cheese" was still thick and creamy. All I did was add extra nutritional yeast and almond milk little by little until I got the right consistency. πŸ˜„

  5. This is the absolute strangest recipe I have ever seen in my life. First of all why are you using your food processor bowl to mix it in? Do you not own a bowl.? Secondly, why not put all of your spices and salt in the blender with the cheese? This is a very strange video but lucky for you 70,000 people have watched it and I hope they know better than to make such a strange recipe

  6. Vegans are not low in iron, the ENTIRE populations is anemic, so it has nothing to do with not eating meat, it has to do with getting Iron Phosphate from natural electric foods, let us spread truth not propaganda.

  7. Just purchased a bag of Cheeseburger 'Bag B' flavour Doritos. I'm vegetarian so I carefully scanned the ingredients list to look for any animal ingredients – no sign of any meat but no 'suitable for vegetarians' sign either (sometimes they forget to add that information).

    The Doritos phone line was closed so I looked online and saw a site that said, 'yes!, 'they were suitable for vegetarians… So with a clear conscience I started eating them…

    I saw some other sites that also said they were ok,… Then I stumbled upon the site linked below. It turns out they are NOT suitable for vegetarians after all.

    These Doritos contain 'pork enzymes', although it's not specified in the ingredients list but instead sneakily hidden behind the banner of 'flavourings' (how do food manufacturers get away with this?).

    I feel angry. WHY can't ingredients lists be transparent? WHY should I, the customer, have to become an investigative journalist just to find out what I'm eating?

    I will never buy another bag of Doritos again.

    Food manufacturers are concealing a multitude of sins behind 'flavoring'. I had to read this blog to get the information I needed:

  8. When you put cashews in things, does the cashew flavor come through very strong? I'm not that fond of nuts so I want to know if the flavor is really strong

  9. Hey, it may be true that Doritos are not detrimental to health (as other commenters have stated… I hope that's true, but I still don't quite buy it), but there's NO WAY ON EARTH (or any other planet) that even completely harmless Doritos could be even remotely close to as healthful and nutritious as a chip made from kale instead. So I'll stick with this, but we've got to leave the cashews out because we don't do nuts in our house because of allergies. I'm looking forward to experimenting and coming up with my own method of making the sauce. Thanks so much for the recipe! <3

  10. I think that if you used the food processor to mix the ingredients together and put it in a dehydrator the chips would retain their nutrition and would be more like chips which are uniform… Just a thought. Thanks for the great recipe.

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