This Valentine’s Day, show your sweetheart just how much you care by whipping up delicious — and nutritious — homemade treats! Your loved ones will melt over these decadent chocolate strawberry truffles, a special Valentine’s recipe (below) from our good friends at Lighter. They’re loaded with animal-friendly and heart-healthy ingredients like cashews, hemp seeds, flax seeds, and almond milk, and …
Whether you’re cheering for the Denver Broncos or the Seattle Seahawks, this weekend’s Super Bowl is about more than just football. It’s also about the food. In fact, for some people, Super Bowl Sunday is almost exclusively about the food and it’s considered the second biggest eating day of the year.
It’s hard to believe that nearly two years have passed since we first told you about The Vegg, an all-vegan egg yolk replacer that looks, smells, and taste like eggs! Developed on a small budget with big dreams, the product is now sold worldwide, in more than 17 countries!
Our popular and informative web guide to vegetarian and vegan eating — TryVeg.com — just got a makeover!
Like all all recipes, holiday-themed libations are taken very seriously in my household. Between the office parties, friendly get-togethers, and family visits of the season, there are so many (joyful) obligations to entertain from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. Sure, some among us may limit their themed drinks to a shot of Amaretto or Frangelico in their morning coffee while their family opens gifts, but with just a tiny bit of effort you can prepare some amazing punch and cocktail recipes.
The holidays are upon us, so that means before your New Year’s health resolutions kick in, the time to indulge is right now!
This Thanksgiving, leave turkey — and all animals — off your plate without missing any holiday fun. You’ll find that many side dishes such as mashed potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole, and candied yams can already be easily “veganized” with only a few minor modifications. Try these vegan side dishes at your next holiday feast.
Have you ever been the only vegan at the Thanksgiving table? When I visit family for the holidays I like to impress them by bringing vegan versions of all the holiday classics, but it’s challenging to prepare ahead and transport a full veg-friendly feast. My solution to this dinner conundrum: Compassionate Casserole!
With the most sweets-centric holiday just around the corner, it is crucial that we each take a moment to scan our pantries and decide whether or not we are prepared for Halloween. So stop brainstorming costume ideas and make sure you are well-stocked with treats that are free of dairy, gelatin, and other things that go bump in the night before the flood of trick-or-treaters arrives!