Plant-based guacamole is a vegan version of the popular Mexican dip, made without any animal products. It’s typically made with avocado, onion, tomato, and lime juice, and can also include other ingredients like jalapeno peppers, cilantro, and garlic.
However, Alkaline vegan guacamole is a specific vegan version inspired by only plant based recipes approved in the Dr. Sebi’s nutritional guide.
What is a Guacamole?
Guacamole is a dip or spread made from avocados, typically mixed with lime juice, onion, tomato, and chili pepper. It is popular in Mexico and the United States.
The avocado is a green fruit with a smooth, creamy texture. It is often used in salads and as a source of healthy fats. Key lime juice, onion, tomato, and chili pepper give the guacamole its characteristic flavor.
Guacamole is typically served as a dip for chips or vegetables. It can also be used as a spread on sandwiches. Guacamole is a popular dish in Mexico and the United States. It is often made fresh, but there are also many store-bought varieties available.
If you are looking for a delicious and healthy dip or spread, then making guacamole at home.
How to Make Vegan Guacamole
Guacamole is traditionally made by mashing the avocado with a pestle and mortar. However, it can also be made in a blender or food processor. Then lime juice, onion, tomato, and chili pepper are added to the avocado and the mixture is blended until it is smooth.
If you’re interested in trying vegan guacamole, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, make sure to use ripe avocados. Ripe avocados will be soft to the touch and have a dark green or black skin. You should also be sure to use fresh key lime juice, as this will help prevent the avocado from browning.
Alkaline Vegan Guacamole Dip (Dr. Sebi Recipe)
This vegan guacamole is just as delicious as the traditional version, but it’s also cholesterol-free and low in saturated fat, and free from GMO’s and hybridised food ingredients. In addition, it’s a great source of healthy fats, fiber, and vitamins A, C, and E.
When it comes to preparing alkaline vegan guacamole, you have a few options. You can make it yourself at home or buy it pre-made from a store. Here’s an alkaline vegan guacamole dip recipe:
- 1 medium ripe avocado, diced
- 1 key lime, juiced
- 1 red onion, chopped
- 1/2 teaspoon ginger, minced
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
- 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 2 cherry tomatoes
1. In a medium bowl, combine the avocado, red onion, jalapeño pepper, garlic, salt, and lime juice.
2. Using a fork or an immersion blender, mash the ingredients together until desired consistency is achieved.
What are the Vegan Guacamole brands?
There are a number of vegan guacamole brands on the market, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs and preferences.
Some of our favorites include Whole Foods Market’s 365 Everyday Value Guacamole, Follow Your Heart’s Vegenaise Guacamole, and Sir Kensington’s Fabanaise Guacamole.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even make your own vegan guacamole at home. Just be sure to use ripe avocados and fresh key lime juice for the best flavor and texture.
How to Stop Guacamole from Browning
One way to stop guacamole from browning is to add key lime juice to the mixture. This will help to keep the guacamole green and fresh-looking for longer.
You can also place a layer of cling film or plastic wrap over the surface of the guacamole before storing it in the fridge. This will prevent air from reaching the guacamole and causing it to brown.
If you want to enjoy your guacamole as soon as possible, it is best to eat it within a few hours of making it. However, if you need to store it for longer, it will keep in the fridge for up to two days.
What to add to guacamole to make it taste better?
When it comes to guacamole, there are lots of different ways you can mix things up. Some people like to add diced onion, tomatoes, and peppers to their guacamole. Others prefer to add lime juice, salt, and cilantro. Experiment with different flavors to see what you like best.
If you want to get really creative, you can even add fruit to your guacamole. Mango and pineapple are both delicious additions that can really brighten up the flavor.
What can you not put in a guacamole?
Some people say you can’t put onions in guacamole, but others say that it is a personal preference. I like to put onions in my guacamole. You could also put jalapenos in your guacamole to give it a little bit of a kick.
Onions is often debated whether or not to include in guacamole. Onions can add a lot of flavor to the dish, but they can also be quite strong and overwhelming. If you are worried about the onion flavor being too strong, you can skip it.
Can you put tomatoes in a guacamole?
Different people have different opinions on what makes an authentic guacamole. Some people say that tomatoes are a must-have ingredient, while others believe that they are a distraction from the other flavors.
I personally like to add tomatoes to my guacamole, but I know some people who prefer to leave them out. Again, it is a matter of personal preference.
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- 1 medium ripe avocado diced
- 1 key lime juiced
- 1 red onion chopped
- ½ teaspoon ginger minced
- ½ teaspoon sea salt
- ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- 2 cherry tomatoes
- In a medium bowl, combine the avocado, red onion, jalapeño pepper, garlic, salt, and lime juice.
- Using a fork or an immersion blender, mash the ingredients together until desired consistency is achieved.
- Serve with burro banana chips! Enjoy!