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Culver City Salads is a Vancouver food truck that serves up delicious, 100% vegan salads. They want to replace the gas generator they use to power their fridges with solar panels. Check out their indiegogo campaign where you can support … Continue reading
Another great recipe from the Oh She Glows cookbook. Served with coleslaw on the side and roasted pineapple on top for some extra moisture and sweetness. Really easy to make and delicious. The only tweak I made to the recipe … Continue reading
Honestly, we didn’t need another vegetarian cookbook. Emily and I already have 14 cookbooks that rarely get used. When we need a recipe, we have one go-to source and it’s not Google or any cookbook. The best place to find … Continue reading
Made some yummy chimichangas using a recipe from eat, drink & be vegan, a cookbook by Dreena Burton. Added a cilantro salad, baked squash, guacamole, and a slice of lime. Mmmmm, yum.
One of my favourite Trader Joe’s products is their Masala Burger. There aren’t too many soy-free, vegan burgers, and none that taste as good as the Masala Burger. Last time I was in the United States I bought two boxes, … Continue reading
Insights West recently released data from a poll on the treatment of animals. The headline result was that 88% of respondents were against trophy hunting – hopefully a wake up call to the government which still supports it. However, the … Continue reading
Our friend Laura hosted a vegetarian, potluck brunch for her birthday. Emily and I made vegan “eggs benedict” using a recipe from Keepin’ It Kind. They were really good. The only changes we made to the recipe were using a … Continue reading
Seattle has some great vegetarian restaurants. Last weekend we had the chance to try a few new ones and I was really impressed by Sutra. They offer a 5-course fixed meals for $40 with a menu that changes every 2 … Continue reading
We celebrated Thanksgiving this year with good friends and a delicious vegan feast. The menu: Large zucchini dressed up like a bird, stuffed with cranberry, apricot, and pecan wild rice pilaf (Oh She Glows) Green salad with apples, toasted hazelnuts, … Continue reading
A healthier take on junk food. Vegetarian sliders from Sol, home fries (with potatoes from our garden), and a fresh garden salad.