Vegan cheese has come a long way in the two decades since I started eating it, and there are more options than ever for those of us that don’t (or can’t) eat dairy. 15 Varieties of Vegan Cheese Below I’ve detailed the most common brands of vegan cheeses, what the best uses are for […]
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Germany led the world last year in vegan food launches. This is a significant step toward more people eating vegan food in Germany and around the world.
Vegan stereotypes do us all a disservice. You can be a healthy vegan or a junk food vegan, or somewhere in the middle. It takes all kinds.
Can the new Perdue animal welfare standards really change an industry that exploits both humans and animals?
Chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease, are all too common in the US. There’s good evidence that changing how we eat could prevent chronic disease.
Yesterday was World Vegan Day, and this morning I’m thrilled to make the exciting announcement that Eat Drink Better is now a vegan website.
There are some articles making the rounds about a UK study that found many vegetarians secretly eat meat when drunk. Let’s talk about it!
Below, you’ll find resources and recipes to help you transition from even the most meat-heavy diet to a vegan one.
We are thrilled to share this interview with Gene Baur! Chic Vegan’s Dianne Wenz sat down with Baur to talk about his personal journey to veganism. And, of course, to talk about FOOD!
What makes it okay for us to eat one species and love another?
Summer is essentially here and that means longer days and of course, a lot more time to eat vegan food. It’s the perfect time to experiment with recipes and make food appreciation a part of every day—especially vegan food.
It’s Blog Action Day, and while I generally cringe at putting my name next to anything promoted as a “blog”, this is a worthy cause as the theme is “inequality.” As someone who has been a vegan and animal rights activist for more than 20 years, writing about inequality in our food system is a no-brainer. It’s an important topic to discuss. From the food deserts, to the high price for healthy food, to the tons of it going into the trash while millions go hungry. But no issue is more pressing and more ignored than eating animals.
Parents-to-be hear constantly that “breast is best,” but do vegan parents have to skip breastfeeding to align with their beliefs? Is breast milk vegan?