Watch This Web-Only Vegan Sour Cream Recipe Video so You Can Live to 100

By: Cooking Channel Staff

On tonight's episode of How to Live to 100 (9pm ET on Cooking Channel), Jason finds that tomatoes are the perfect superfood for stronger bones and healthier skin (both essential for living to 100.) As an added bonus, the fiber in these magical fruits will do wonders for your waistline. The best part, the cherry tomato on top, is that Jason takes tomatoes are uses them in dishes like Cream of Green Tomato Soup, Peruvian Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes with Tomatillo Salsa, Sweet Dessert Crepes with Strawberry Tomato Sauce and Grilled Zucchini Tacos with Smoked Tomatoes.

Tune in tonight to learn how to make all of it and more of the health benefits you'll reap from doing so. In the meantime, watch this web-only video of Jason making Cashew Sour "Cream" -- a creamy, tangy and rich you can add to tacos, casseroles, nachos, potatoes, sandwiches and on and on. It has the consistency of traditional sour cream, but with way less calories.

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