Welcome to the Pwildflour vegan blog! My name is Sharon (Benari) Bounik. I am a pastry and culinary chef, I transitioned into veganism in 2017. My goal is to recreate my favorite recipes in their healthier vegan form and share my successful experiments. I am the recipe creator and food photographer of Pwildflour.com.
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by Sharon Benari 2 commentsI just love this bread! It goes with absolutely everything. The parsley and garlic add so much flavor and together with the soft and fluffy texture of the bread, it can't really get any better than that. It is fairly easy to make. Like all yeast-based foods, it requires some resting time so prep time is about 2 hours but the work itself is minimal!...
Cashew cheese Burekas You can easily buy pre-made vegan puff dough, but there is something special that you can't deny when you make it yourself. It comes out so much more flaky and buttery.Handmade puff dough is for when I feel like spoiling my hubby, myself and my kid. You can literally do everything with this dough, it goes so well with a...
Everybody loves a good hamburger bun. To be honest, it really doesn't have to be made for hamburgers. It is a general name for a lightly sweet and very soft, cloud-like buns that actually go with everything :) These are just the perfect companion to any type of sandwich, you can definitely enjoy a good mushroom burger (or whatever is your patty of...
Challah is a sweet bread that is very common in the Jewish community, it is usually served on Friday night dinner as well as Saturday's (Shabbat) breakfast. Since Challah has been a tradition for so long, it has become so much more than just a tasty bread. It is nostalgic and familiar and brings up so many memories with every bite. Although Challah bread...