2tspbalsamic vinegaror sub for apple cider vinegar
1/4tspblack pepperor to taste
The easiest way to peel almonds is to boil water in a kettle, then transfer to a bowl with the almonds in and leave for a minute or so. That way the skins will come off easily.
Blend the almonds and probiotics with water in a high-speed blender until smooth.
Place the mixture in a nut milk bag, in strainer with some kind of weight on top, such as a glass jar filled with water.
Cover with a tea towel and leave to sit at room temperature for at least 24 but no longer than 48 hours.
Once culturing is complete stir or process with salt and nutritional yeast
Pulse all ingredients in a food processor until broken down, but leave some texture to the finished pesto.
Sun-dried tomato pesto
Blend all ingredients in a highspeed blender until broken down, but still a little chunky.
Grind everything in a food processor, without making the pieces too small.
Line a small loaf tin with baking parchment cut to size. Most terrine recipes will use plastic wrap for this, but I’m not keen on having plastic wrap touch my food, because of the chemicals on the plastic.
Start at the bottom of the pan with some cheese. You will be doing 4 layers of cheese, so it’s a great idea to split all the cheese you have into 4 equal parts.
Next spoon in the olive tapenade, then more cheese, then the tomato, more cheese, pesto, and then the final layer of cheese.
Place in the fridge for 24 hours to firm up, ready to cut and serve.
Serve with a nice simple green leaf salad.
This will serve 6 to 8 people, and will keep in the fridge for up to 5 days.