I was in Camden London and there is a vegan/ eco place. Sadly all the other warm things had gone so I picked a slice of raw vegan cheesecake to eat and a vegan raw bonbon. Both were great (sadly the bonbon was not made with slave free cacao, they claimed never to have heard about slave free cacao but here in the netherlands we have slave free chocolat even the fairtrade cacao isn't slave free)
but now I want to make cheesecake for my hubby. Just like I had it.
I can say there was a bottom made out of nuts (well that is what I tasted) and the cheese cake was made with Cocos and some fruitjuice but more I've no clue.
Normally I eat mostly vegetarian food (because of my foodallergies I have to) and I would check my cookbooks but none of them have this cake in it.
Who is helping me out with this?
Posted by JohnnySensible at 11/11/08 22:14:36Raw Chocolate Cheesecake - here is a gem of a recipe from Cherry Soria - http://www.rawfoodchef.com/newsletter/0611/Newsletter.htm#recipe
Here is the HappyCow listing for Cherry's project -
Living Light - http://www.happycow.net/reviews.php?id=7114
Which place in Camden was it?
Posted by iezje at 11/12/08 10:43:44If you exit the tube at the main street in Camden, turn right, you will pass the pub the elephants head on the corner, (like 200 meters walk) Cross the street and then like 30 meters further on there it is!
I hope you can find it..
And if you are ever in Nijmegen (the netherlands) please try a vegan meal at eetcafe de Plak. THey make wonderfull vegan & vegetarian dishes.
Thanks for the recipe!
Posted by JohnnySensible at 11/12/08 17:41:32Decoding!!
Camden, North West London - raw yummies - the place is "inSpiral Lounge" - http://www.happycow.net/reviews.php?id=14026
Nijmegen, Netherlands - the place is "Café de Plak" - http://www.cafedeplak.nl/ - mixed menu but plenty of veg*n options - not yet listed on HappyCow.