This post is part of my Favorite Vegan Things theme for Vegan MoFo 2013. My first favorite meal was accidentally a vegan one.
Vegan MoFo is here! Vegan MoFo is here! What is Vegan MoFo, you ask?? Why it’s the Vegan Month of Food of course! Now in its 7th year, Vegan Mofo was created by Post Punk Kitchen and inspired by NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Vegan MoFo is a month dedicated to blogging each day, writing …
With a velvety smooth texture and a rich, indulgently decadent chocolate taste, this is the best hot chocolate you will ever taste.
“There are 52 weeks in a year, so why not make at least one of them meat-free?” Now in its 5th year, that’s the premise behind VegWeek, a “7-day celebration highlighting the many benefits of choosing vegetarian foods — for our health, the planet, and animals.” It was launched by Compassion Over Killing, a nonprofit …
With its vibrant colors and textures and flavors — the peppery arugula, earthy mushrooms, fluffy tofu, fragrant Herbs de Provence — your tastebuds will awaken and you’ll be able to tackle anything the day throws your way.
Ready for the creamiest, dreamiest vegan mac and cheese?? Buckle up and prepare yourself for comfort food nirvana.
Veganism is a direct way every single person can actually make a difference to women all around the world. Read an excerpt of the article from Your Daily Vegan!
Exciting news!! The awesome Avital Norman Nathman interviewed me for Ms. Magazine’s blog in an article”The Femisphere: Foodies and Food Politics,” profiling feminist food bloggers. Huzzah!!
March 20th marks the Great American Meatout, an international event advocating vegan diets “to save animals, protect the environment, and improve health.” Just a few changes and several substitutions really can make a world of difference for you, for animals and for the planet. So here’s a roundup of vegan tips to get you started.
“The truth is there is no contradiction between eating compassionately and honoring tradition.” — Colleen Patrick-Goudreau