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Gluten-Free Cheesecake Recipe

7 Comments 18 September 2008


Look what Kim brought in to work! The market crashes and what do we do? Eat rich and decadent, raw, vegan, gluten-, dairy-, corn-, and guilt-free, but not taste-free cheesecake!

The recipe for this raw cashew cheesecake is from Vegetarian Times. Personally, I didn’t think it really tasted like cheesecake, but it was GOOD! That is all that matters, right? This treat even impressed our very finicky gluten luvin’ co-workers.

One bit of advice that I’d like to pass on at this time comes from a friend that is kind of a big deal at Merrill Lynch: Don’t call your friends that work at any company that is doing somersaults right now! They are more than likely in back to back meetings all day and although people are calling with good intentions, it just adds to the stress right now. Dealing with frantic clients, meetings, and trying to wrap your head around the instability of your bread and butter is enough without having to explain something that is really hard to explain over and over and over again. So, give your friends a few days to digest things and then call them at home.

Hopefully everything will eventually settle down and we’ll all ride this out. In the meantime, rather than emotional junk food binging, why not make some guilt-free cheesecake for yourself or a friend?

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    ler says:

    another great crust idea: gluten free ginger snaps from Trader Joes. crush, mix with melted butter or oil, and press into pie crust pan.

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    This looks awesome and I love Medjool dates. What a good idea to mix the dates and macadamia nuts for the crust (oh, and the coconut). Yum! I’m on a no refined white sugar jag. Hmmm, I might even try this with maple syrup instead of the agave. I’ll send people your way for this recipe. It fits perfect for what I’m up to right now. 🙂

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    allie says:

    Wow this looks so so delicious!!!!!! Wait wait you guys were eating this at work, man I wish I worked where you guys do.

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    li says:

    Mmmmm, looks good, tastes good, that’s my kind of dessert! Can you email some over? If only…

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    CeliacChick says:

    Yup, at work! I had to sneak this pic with my new Nikon D80 in the boss’s office- it was the best natural light source! hee hee Shhh! Let’s keep that our dirty little secret! 😉

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    buy viagra says:

    Nothing like home cooking. The many benefits of home cooking include the joy of preparing a special dish that is nutritious food for your family. The satisfaction derived from knowing that you invested time and effort to lovingly prepare this home cooked meal, because you care, is invaluable.

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