Homemade Burger Buns with Turmeric and Coconut | Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe + Eggless

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  1. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Vegan Burger Buns – Homemade : These homemade burger buns are the ones that were presented with the Veggie Burger in last week's video. They are pretty tasty and fragrant with the addition of turmeric and coconut. This bread is soft and fluffy and I haven't added any oil in the dough as the fresh coconut does a good job with adding in some natural fat. However, you may add one to two tablespoons of coconut oil which will make these buns even softer and more moist. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://www.veganlovlie.com/2015/08/homemade-burger-buns-with-turmeric-and.html

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  2. Really enjoyed the video and wants to get it a try. It is hard to find fresh coconut meat in my region. Can I substitute it with something else? Thank you.

  3. can a bariatric patient eat vegan food ? would it provide with enough protein a bariatric patient needs ? I really want to start to eat vegan food because its much more healthy .

  4. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe!! I made these here in Vietnam & they came out good!! I cook but am not the best baker so I am going to give it another try to better it 😀 My yeast the first time didn't foam as much so this time I will give it more time to rise!

  5. This unique bun recipe offers almost endless possibilities for fillings!  I must add that this tutorial was beautifully filmed; really enjoyable and relaxing to watch : )  Thanks so much for posting!

  6. These buns look amazing! Will need to make them soon to accompany the veggie burgers I'm looking forward to make too, from your other recipe. But if I want to make them gluten free, can I use another flour instead? Maybe sorghum/rice/corn flour? 
    And if adding xanthan gum or something similar might help?

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