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Holiday Recipes Series: Vegan Whisky Sour

Rosemarie & her daughter, Nicolia

Aquafaba Whisky Sour


This recipe is great for vegans, those worried about salmonella, or really anyone who wants to try something new and delicious!


Trivia: Is it spelled whisky or whiskey?


One of Rosemarie’s favourite holiday cocktails is the whisky sour, however, since she switched to a plant-based diet, this seemed like something she would have had to give up as they traditionally include raw egg. Not so! Chickpea juice is called aquafaba and is an excellent egg replacer for vegan recipes, both in baking and in cocktails!


Simple syrup can be mixed by boiling one-part water with one-part sugar. Alternatively, you could use maple syrup instead. This recipe also works with vodka or gin instead of whisky.


https://www.cookinglight.com/recipes/aquafaba-whiskey-sour


Answer: Both! Whisky is spelled without an 'e' before the 'y' when referring to the drink made in Canada, Scotland, or Japan, but if you are referring to the beverage made in the USA or Ireland, whiskey is spelled with the 'e'.

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