Food trends that include organic, healthy products with processes that reduce the impact on the environment, are increasingly in demand by consumers concerned about improving their health and being aware of the planet. This is where traditional beef burgers are replaced by those made with vegetable inputs. If you are a lover of plant-based proposals and do not want to eat traditional mayonnaise, preparing a 100% vegan is not a difficult task.
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Here we share a delicious and simple recipe by specialists from ArteMeats, a brand of premium vegan burgers made with inputs from Thai coconut, Amazonian cocoa, orange fiber and Canadian peas.
- 1 cup oil at room temperature
- 1/2 cup soy milk at room temperature
- 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar or lemon juice
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- Add all the ingredients except the oil to the blender jar and beat for about 5 seconds.
- Then add the oil slowly in the form of a thread at low speed until they start to emulsify, so you can gradually increase the speed until it is fully integrated.
Once ready, the vegan mayonnaise will become the special accompaniment for a traditional burger in the style of a fast food restaurant, but in which no animal inputs will be used. To enjoy it, all you need is bread of your choice, ArteMeats plant-based burger, white onion cut into rings, tomato and lettuce. The idea is to spread the bread with the sauce, cool it or put the burger in the air fryer and then place each ingredient to your liking.
“For us, the art of eating well is to maintain an exquisite taste by choosing to eat well and take care of us all. Our philosophy as a brand is concerned with people and caring for the environment, so we guide consumers to have a change in their eating style based on products that have a good nutritional index avoiding any environmental damage.mentions Alfonso Zúñiga, General Manager of ArteMeats, a firm that handles the slogan “The art of eating well.”