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  • Meatless Monday: Meet Your Mates

    We just embraced the meatless Monday concept. With that on my mind, I wondered why there aren’t themes for other weeknights. So my wheels started turning… More

  • 4 Resources and Ideas for Cooking from Scratch

    You know that cooking from scratch is better than buying packaged, processed food, but sometimes it’s hard to even know where to begin, right? Here are some resources and ideas to get you started. More

  • Vegan Food Magazine: New Online Publication Launched This Week!

    If you love good food and cooking, and you’re vegan or vegetarian or veg-curious, the new Vegan Food Magazine is a must-read! Creators hope to bring the best vegan authors, bloggers, recipes, and kitchen tips to a worldwide audience. The inaugural edition features more than 40 recipes, interviews with some amazing chefs, and a spotlight on the Parisian vegan scene (yes, apparently there is one!). Tired of sorting through food magazine recipes for ‘the good stuff?’ Now there’s a better way: Vegan Food Magazine brings some of the best vegan recipes and cooking ideas instantly to your fingertips — and it’s free! More

  • Hatchback Hash: Easy Indian Chickpea-Potato Wrap Recipe

    I admit it: I’ve fallen hard for hatchback cooking. After a couple of long car trips in which I cooked all our own food, I’m sold on the idea — we eat so much better that way, and cheaper too! I tinkered up this simple chickpea-potato wrap recipe at a rest stop recently, and it’s now officially one of my travel staples. These vegan wraps are tasty lightly grilled on each side, but work just fine without any cooking at all: the perfect hatchback lunch! More

  • My Top Five Farm And Food Summer Reads

    Food Tank recently shared a list of 13 farm and food books ripe for summer reading. Of their recommendations, 5 rest comfortably atop my way-too-long reading list. Read on… More

  • Onion Panade Recipe from “Poor Man’s Feast” By Elissa Altman

    There could be nothing to eat in the house—no meat, no fish, no chicken, no pasta, no rice, no nothing—but if you have a big onion, some leftover bread, some cheese, and some broth of any kind, you’ve got the makings for this dish, which is peasant food at its finest. Anyone who knows soupe a l’oignon gratinée understands that it’s just an excuse to eat the soup-soaked bread, and bubbly, crunchy brown cheese that cascades over the sides of the bowl. This onion panade is exactly that: unctuously delicious onion soup, without the soup. More

  • Vegetarian Cookbook Review: Food by Mary McCartney (plus recipes!)

    Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking is a gorgeous compilation of photos and simple, vegetarian recipes. Whether you’ve been meat free for a long time or are just dipping a toe into plant-based fare, this book provides recipes and inspiration to get anyone excited about stepping into the kitchen. More

  • Vegan Recipe: Herbed Tofu Feta

    I admit it: I’m a tofiend! I also used to be a feta fiend, before I understood the scale and scope of the animal cruelty inherent in dairy production (and how weird it was for a grown mammal like me to be unweaned). Now tofu feta tops my list of salad staples! I finally standardized my tofeta technique, resulting from extensive and enthusiastic R-&-D activities. Enjoy! More

  • Vegan Father’s Day Food

    Summer time is synonymous with grillin’ and chillin’. And who does that better than dad? This Father’s Day, give him the day off from the flaming grill and serve him up a dad-sized vegan meal that’s fit for a king! We’ve got a great menu below for your dad’s day feast! More