Almost a year and a half ago, I made this cheesecake for the first time. It was my first attempt at making vegan cheesecake, and the results were soooo good. I even shared the recipe when I had my first website, Simple N Spiced. It was one of my most visited recipes, and I even allowed One Green Planet to share it on their website.
While I no longer have Simple N Spiced, I still have all the content sitting in backup folders, ready to be reshared here, like this all-time favorite.
This recipe is very close to the original, but with the slight adjustments made over the years, the overall flavor and texture are better. My recipe shared on One Green Planet is still very good, but this one is the way to go.
When I first started blogging, Simple N Spiced was my first rodeo. I faced multiple challenges hosting on the Google Cloud Server, had random crashes with poor stability, plugin updates that would break formatting and appearance, as well as not having an FTP option for site management. Ultimately, it was difficult to figure out, and Jake nor I had the experience, resources, or the time to figure it out.
Then, the website somehow got hacked and deleted. We couldn’t even figure out how or where it went. So we abandon the entire website and created an entirely new one with the anticipation of “making it work.” That’s when Eat. Love. Namaste. was started, and nonetheless, it even faced some major issues while still having an FTP set-up.
With being naive to coding, we sought out helped and found Andrew from NerdPress. After reaching out, Andrew responded quickly to our email, was extremely professional, spoke very clearly, and in the end, was able to revive Eat Love Namaste in less than a day.
Looking back, Jake and I realize we could have more content, but we were new to this whole “hosting a website” and did all the wrong things. So, my only advice I can give to anyone who wants to start blogging that has little to no experience is to seek out help and advice, aka, let the experts help you.
Anyways, back to this vegan cheesecake. It’s super easy-to-make, healthier than your typical cheesecake, and most importantly, very delicious! I hope you all love this cheesecake!
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