OK, I know that avocados aren’t exactly in season, but this recipe sounded too good to not mention. It is from this great vegan cookbook, Big Vegan. You can read more about Big Vegan here, and check out another free recipe from it here. Ingredients 1 3/4 cup / 255 g all-purpose flour 2 tsp lime zest […]
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Freshly made mulled wine is about as Christmassy as it gets…christmas in a glass, if you will. It fills your home with its spicy aroma and tastes way better than any bottled mulled wine you can buy, even if you make it with a cheap red you can’t bring yourself to drink otherwise. I posted […]
Individual Provencal Vegetable Tarts recipe for your forthcoming Christmas Party. The recipe is taken from the vegan cookbook Big Vegan.
The Big Vegan is more than just a vegan cookbook. While it has an arsenal of recipes that will satisfy long time vegans, perhaps more noteworthy is the treatment it gives to the material for new vegans or the vegan-curious.
Typically they would be deep fried, but it’s not the healthiest way and not all of us have any easy way to deep fry things. Here is a suggestion for baking some. Use them to spice up your next soup or dish, or as a snack. You can also try it with other root vegetables like parsnips or sweet potatoes.
While struggling today a bit on what to make for a Christmas party tomorrow night, I had a small light bulb go on in my head. I really wanted to make stuffed peppers, but they are too big for something like a potluck Christmas dinner, so I made them bitesized.
This should not be very surprising… A new study shows that consuming canned soup increases the amount of bisphenol-A (BPA) in the body compared to consuming freshly made soup. BPA is the endocrine-disrupting chemical that leaches into food and drink from certain plastics, such as well-known example Nalgene bottles. The study was performed by the Harvard […]
We’ve discussed lab meat here before. It is weird, creepy, and probably unnecessary for most situations…and it’s really expensive.
I thought I’d share a few ideas to get your stomach feeling good again after the Thanksgiving binge. There are several natural remedies, so it depends is you need a pick me up like ginger or a relaxant like chamomile.
If you are looking for something to complete your vegan or vegetarian (or even more healthy carnivore) Thanksgiving, try braised leeks as an alternative to more traditional dishes. For my first vegan Thanksgiving a few years back, braised leeks were a bit hit.
I don’t even like coconut, but I love coconut curry. It’s warm, comforting and filling. Plus, coconut (and curry) have many health benefits.
According to a study done by Food Safety News, three-quarters of the honey sold in the US is not proper honey. What this means is that the honey sold is missing pollen. This is a product of ultra-filtering the honey, which is unnecessary, reduces nutrition and is only used to obfuscate the source of the […]
The Sugar Association has prepared a study for the FDA that concludes changing the name of ‘high-fructose corn syrup’ to ‘corn sugar’ would confuse consumers. Half of the consumers who participated in the survey did not recognize that ‘corn sugar’ may contain high-fructose corn syrup, and therefore would be unable to avoid it if they were trying to do so.