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  • Starbucks recently announced the addition of its first coconut…
    Starbucks recently announced the addition of its first coconut milk-based drink, which is easily veganized. We love the fact that the coffee chain is adding more plant-based options to its menu. We also love drinking coffee and marathon sessions in which we write 170,000 an hour. I guess what we’re trying to say is … who’s bringing us one of these? ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • I Did It All For the Cookie
    For all the redundant recipes in the world, I still relish the individual personal touches that sets each one apart. Even if it’s instructions for the same old chocolate chip cookie that half the country’s grandmothers made for decades and has been transcribed on over a million pads of paper or digital text files, each iteration bears the unique voice of the writer. As personal as a fingerprint, one can hear the voice of each baker through their choice of words, describing exactly how those familiar ingredients should be managed, what the end results should look like, perhaps throwing in a bit of sage wisdom along the way. What grabs the most attention, however, is always the title. Headlines by nature lead the way into any new conversation, and the way that recipe writers decide to engage prospective cooks and bakers says volumes all by itself. Some titles need no explanation, such as something straightforward like “Strawberry Pie”. Strawberries, pie crust, done. Others provide a hint of what’s to come, but leave a good deal of mystery on the table. Try, “Meatloaf Surprise.” A mash of ground meat, and…? Is it a good surprise? A bad surprise? I’m not entirely sure I want to find out. Then there are the recipes that provide no clues, by plenty of intrigue. “Magic Bars” fall firmly into that ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    2 years ago
  • Two-Tone Peach and Blackberry Jam from The Modern Preserver
    With summertime produce about to reach its peak, it's the perfect time to make a batch of this show-stopping jam. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Kiersten
    2 years ago
  • Vegan S’mores Pudding with Aquafaba Marshmallow Fluff!
    Raise your hand if you think every recipe should be served in a bowl? Me too. Salads, my go-to meal of grains/greens/beans, smoothies (extra thick, please), and now…s’mores in a bowl! Specifically, vegan s’mores chocolate pudding with aquafaba marshmallow fluff, crushed graham crackers, and mini chocolate chips. It’s the stuff summer dreams are made of. Read More » The post Vegan S’mores Pudding with Aquafaba Marshmallow Fluff! appeared first on . ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Amanda Maguire
    2 years ago
  • 079 Desensitized to Violence: Vegans’ Worst Nightmare
    Vegans often approach activism from a “they just don’t know perspective.” But what happens when they do know, when they see the worst, and they still don’t care? In This Episode The princesses discuss what happens when people get desensitized to violence against animals. What does that mean for activism and the movement? A lot of vegans bank on the shock value of graphic imagery to sway people to the vegan side, but is it the most effective method? There’s been a reaction from the meat-eating crowd: backyard slaughter workshops teach how to kill and “process” animals yourself as a counterpoint to the horror of what happens to animals in factory farms and slaughterhouses. This leaves us open to welfare-ist arguments and steers the conversation away from the ethics of eating animals. Links and Information News World’s hottest destinations for vegans (CNN) A Vegan Mars Possible After Scientist Grow Martian Tomatoes (VegNews) Brooklyn Startup Raises $40 Million to Make Vegan Leather (VegNews) Mentioned in this Episode Do Vegans Need Graphic Images to Advocate – Episode 33 (The Bearded Vegans) ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Nichole and Callie
    2 years ago
  • Easy Vegan Key Lime Pie
    Hold your hats as I prepare to announce our most recent and mind shattering recipe, Easy Vegan Key Lime Pie. It’s so incredible, you may want to make TWO. Of course, if you want to add a little variety to your vegan desserts, I happen to have a thing for pies, so you could also check out our Vegan Lemon Meringue Pie or our Vegan Chocolate Pie. It’s all good. Seriously! I grew up in a small town in Missouri. We didn’t eat a lot of key lime pie when I was a kid. To be honest, it just wasn’t something anyone thought of. I mean, who ever came up with the idea of adding lime to a pie? It just seems weird. Don’t you think? Well, whoever came up with the idea, I’m sure glad they did, because it’s delicious! I don’t know how old I was when I tried key lime pie for the first time, but I liked it. That said, I didn’t think I’d be enjoying Key Lime Pie anymore, because, you know, dairy. I don’t eat the stuff. It’s a combination of being lactose intolerant and vegan. But now I’ve discovered a way to make this favorite dessert dairy-free! What You’ll Love about Easy Vegan Key Lime Pie There’s something about combining tart and sweet that cannot be denied. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Marly
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Double Blueberry Almond Waffles
    I don't think I have made waffles since last year. So I thought it was about time. The funny thing is, most of the time when I was growing up waffles were for dinner instead of breakfast or brunch in my house. I mean, Mom would occasionally make them after church, but it was weeknight dinners that I remember having them for most. I remember I was quite excited when we got a Belgian waffle maker. We found a recipe we liked which was light and fluffy, and it was our staple, a pretty plain recipe that could be topped off with anything, essentially a blank palate. I thought my days of making fluffy waffles that were crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle were over once I went vegan. Because the old ones required whipping egg whites to make them fluffy with the yolks added back in later, and of course milk and butter. I didn't make waffles for a few years to be honest because I feared they would not turn out. But then I discovered aquafaba (the greatest vegan egg substitute made from chickpeas), and there was hope. It behaves like eggs, and it worked perfectly in waffles! So, that is what I use now whenever I want to make waffles which are fluffy. This time, I had ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Amy Lyons
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Nicoise Salad (30 minutes!)
    I’m 12 days away from turning 30. I despise public speaking, but sometimes I do it anyway. Summer is my favorite. My hair is short, but I wish it were long. Life is still good. My husband is the best. I wake up every morning in our new house pinching myself over how beautiful it is. I miss my mom and my dad. Watermelon is my favorite. Farmers markets are life. This salad? Also life. Shall we? You guys know turning dishes plant-based is my jam, so this salad has been a long time coming. This salad was inspired by one I had a while back when we were in France. We’d stopped at a cafe in Nimes and I ordered a Nicoise Salad that was quite possibly the best I’d ever had – and probably ever will have – in my life. Nicoise salads are named for the Nicoise olives that adorn them, which can be found at most grocery stores (check the olive bar). Truth be told, any quality olive will do – especially green and kalamata. Simple perks? You betcha. Just 30 minutes required with a little fancy pants multi-tasking. Blanch green beans while boiling potatoes. Mash chickpeas then make dressing. A little of this, a little of that. Before you know it, you have a delicious, plant-based powerhouse on your hands with more than 16 ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12By Dana Shultz
    2 years ago
  • Meat Restaurant Adds Veg Options for First Time in 118 Years
    India's long-time meat kebab eatery adds vegetarian options to accommodate customer demand. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • Starbucks Launches First Coconut Milk-Based Drink
    Iced Coconut Milk Mocha Macchiato is the coffee giant's first foray into capturing the $6.7 billion dairy-free drink market. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • Spiced Banana Pancakes
    Warm up your morning with these sweet, flavorful pancakes. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • Perdue Chickens Get Windows and Workouts
    Company to initiate welfare improvements that include better food, more rest, and video surveillance of transport. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • San Antonio Businesses Team Up to Open Vegan Eatery
    Five companies band together to create a grab-and-go eatery to serve the Texas community. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Jalapeño Lime Chips
    We're loving these zesty tortilla chips that pair perfectly with an ice-cold margarita. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
  • Tibetan Nomads Go Meat Free
    As the country becomes more metropolitan, Tibets population increasingly slashes meat consumption to fall in line with compassionate morals. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-12
    2 years ago
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