This is so yummy as a sauce, dip, or salad dressing. You are even getting some cruciferous vegetables, believe it or not – mustard seeds are of this family, as their leaves resemble a cross. Cruciferous veggies are extremely good for you, with incredible and well-researched cancer-fighting abilities.
I like it very thick and smooth regardless, but feel free to thin it out with water if you want a thinner version for a salad dressing. A dip is always the thickest, a sauce is a bit thinner, and a salad dressing is the thinnest. I like my salad dressings to stick to the leaves of lettuce, so I keep them super thick. Below you can see that I’ve used these as a sauce for the incredible raw vegan tacos using Sunfood coconut wraps. Yum! Plus, I love this company – it’s local to San Diego, and they have amazing raw vegan high-quality products.
Check out my blog post on 3 Vegan Snack Ideas: Easy and Satisfying Vegan Snack Recipes to see how I use this delicious sauce as dipping for roil-free fries, plus two more delicious vegan snack recipes.
In addition, if you’d like more delicious and easy sauce recipes, download these 3 oil-free vegan sauces, dips and dressings.
- Blend until very smooth, and smother on your favorite wrap, lettuce, or cucumber, or use as salad dressing
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