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  • What Vegans Eat – Day 514: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: My conference call this morning was postponed for an hour and half later. After some Earl Grey Tea in the backyard we decided to leave the house we are staying in early in the day because there was some work being done here. We got in the car thinking we’d head to Hobee’s but… ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 515: Special Travel Edition
    Breakfast: Rolled Oats with Raisins, Almonds, Soy Milk and Fresh Strawberries. I am going to get my fill this summer of organic Fresh Strawberries grown so close by to where we are staying in California. What a treat!   Lunch: Gary made an amazing Kale Salad with Chick Peas, Tomatoes, Raw Sauerkraut and Tahini Dressing.… ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Massaman Curry with Sweet Potatoes and Tofu
    Crispy pan-fried tofu, veggies and tender sweet potato chunks are simmered in a peanutty Thai-spiced coconut curry sauce to create this flavorful vegan massaman curry. Massaman curry is, without a doubt, one of my absolute favorite meals on this planet. I remember falling in love with Thai food during my early twenties. First I discovered pad Thai. Good. Then Curry, starting with red. Better. Then green. Even better. Then, finally…where have you been all my life?! Massaman curry! Of course, this happened when I wasn’t quite as wise as I am now. You need to be careful with curries. I discovered this when, after a few months or maybe even years or regularly ordering massaman or occasionally some other curry off of the vegetarian section of some Thai restaurant menu, I scanned some of the other menu items and descriptions and noticed references to stuff like “fish sauce” or “shrimp paste.” That was a big uh-oh moment. Nowadays, I’m always super careful. I always inquire as to not only “is this item vegetarian?” but more specifically, “are there any meat, fish or other seafood ingredients, like fish sauce or shrimp paste in here?” Not everyone defines “vegetarian” in the same way, so you gotta look out for yourself. I met with a similar challenge when I decided to start creating my own Thai ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Alissa Saenz
    2 years ago
  • Silent Sunday: Warehoused
    Published on 2016-07-10By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Mint Chip Cake
    I loved mint chip (or peppermint bon bon) ice cream growing up as a kid, and I still enjoy it as an adult. There is just something so refreshing and delicious about it, especially in the summer since the mint is cooling.  I always was attracted to the green color also, but now I make mine green with mint or spinach instead of the fake food coloring that is in a lot of commercial conventional mint chip ice cream.  Anyways, I made some recently, and I decided that a mint chip cake would be even more fabulous!  I didn't make an ice cream cake however, since I have made a mint chip ice cream cake before.  I wanted a mint chip cake with baked chocolate cake layers so decadent that they taste like brownies. I have a go to chocolate cake recipe that I use for a lot of bases that was perfect for this cake.  It is sweetened with dates, uses nut butter instead of oil, and it is gluten free.  If baked for the proper amount of time, it is the perfect texture, and you would not be able to tell it was vegan at all, let alone healthier cake.  It is awesome.  So, once I had that all made, I made a luscious mint chip frosting with a coconut milk cashew ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Amy Lyons
    2 years ago
  • Chocolate Cherry No-Bake Cookies
    Thanks in large part to a week’s worth of experimentation with Bare Chocolates, I am now a firm believer in the revelation that is the no-bake treat. Don’t get me wrong, I love a traditional baked good (blueberry muffins will always have a special place in my heart) but for the time being I’m favouring the freezer over...Read More » ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Nada
    2 years ago
  • My Favorite Hummus
    I am so excited to re-share My Favorite Hummus recipe with you all!  As many of you probably know, Jonathan was diagnosed with a chickpea allergy when he was ten months old, and we have to avoid chickpeas for the past year and a half.  Just a week ago we challenged the allergy—he ate increasing... Read More » The post My Favorite Hummus appeared first on Fried Dandelions. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Sarah
    2 years ago
  • The Cancer Diagnosis: Taking Charge of Your Health and Healing
    A cancer diagnosis may mysteriously come out of nowhere. That was true for me when I was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer ten years ago, with a 10-20% survival rate,   I’ve learned from my own experience that health and wellness are a function of the mind, the body and the environment.  When you want to… ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-10By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • New Mae Menu!
    I’m so excited to share some pics of the new mae deli menu with you guys! It’s such a delicious mix of foods that I’m sure you’ll all absolutely love…  Breakfast is all about chia and coconut yoghurt pots with crunchy vanilla and orange granola and homemade fruit compote; rye toast with an avocado and tomato smash with rocket and chill flakes; mae pb & j toast and a banana and coconut pancakes with maple syrup, compote and coconut chips. As well as homemade smoothies (the green glow is my favourite!), cold pressed organic juices, matcha and turmeric lattes, iced coffees and lots more. Lunch is a beautiful mix of dishes that you can fill your bowl with from a Mediterranean Tomato and Artichoke Salad to Spiced Peanut Sweet Potatoes; Sweet Summer Slaw; Asian Style Broccoli and Bok Choi Salad; Corn, Edamame & Beetroot Quinoa, Sun-Dried Tomato Falafels, Crunchy Asparagus, Baby Carrot & Hazelnut Salad, Chunky Avocado Smash and Creamy Walnut and Pepper Hummus. For dessert we then have our signature Mae Cake, Peanut Chocolate Slices, Fudge Brownies, Raspberry Apple Slices and Energy Balls. The deli is on 21 Seymour Place, right by Marble Arch tube and Hyde Park. We’re open seven days a week, from 8-9 Monday to Friday, 9-9 on Saturdays and 9-6 on Sundays. Can’t wait to see you guys there! The post New Mae ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By Ella
    2 years ago
  • ARZone Intersectionality Interview 3 – Aph Ko
    Episode 3 features Aph Ko an intersectional vegan feminist, anti-racist activist and writer. Aph founded the website after producing the first list of 100 influential Black vegans, and is also the founder of, a website that provides critical analysis through a black vegan feminist framework. Aph focuses on how intersectionality is a useful tool for ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By (
    2 years ago
  • TEAse Me: My 15-Recipe E-book is Now Available!
    I mentioned a few weeks back that I’ve been working on a tea-themed e-book and I’m pleased (and relieved) to finally unveil it. Although a whole lot of time and... The post TEAse Me: My 15-Recipe E-book is Now Available! appeared first on an unrefined vegan. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By An Unrefined Vegan
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Lentil, Mushroom Yam Tacos
    I had a really bad day a few Fridays ago.  I was feeling kind of tired and out of sorts because I was fighting off getting sick and at work and was sort of out of balance, I dropped a large can (like 96 oz can) coconut milk in the cooler (I work in a deli). It fell in such a way that it spilled down 3 shelves and their contents, all over the wall, the ladder rack next to the shelves, and the floor.  It was an uber mess.  I haven't made a mess that bad in a long time, and certainly not outside my own home.  I felt so bad, and wanted to cry, and at the same time was in a state of shock.  That just sort of threw a wrench in my day (and I am sure my coworker's days) to clean up the mess.  But it got cleaned up, and people were nice about it (although I am still catching crap for it a week later). I just have to laugh at myself looking back.  Anyways, that was how my work day went.  I got off work, and I checked my Instagram, and I saw that I had won $100 from US Bank in their #Extra100MN contest (you post a photo and say what you would do with an extra $100 ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By Amy Lyons
    2 years ago
  • Cooking Concepts with Tre Wilcox and Sprouts
    I don’t watch too many shows on TV, but I am a fan of Top Chef.  Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting Season 3 contestant and Texas resident, Tre Wilcox. He was actually one of my favorites from that season.  You can read his impressive bio here.  Tre now owns an event venue in Plano, TX called Tre Wilcox, Cooking Concepts. Photo Credit: Tre Wilcox Cooking Concepts offers a few different services: corporate events and team building exercises for up to 40 people, special events such as rehersal dinners or private parties for up to 100 people, and cooking classes.  I attended a blogger event at Cooking Concepts hosted by Sprouts Farmers Market. I was honored to go because I just LOVE Sprouts.  I probably go there at least once a day. They have the best deals on produce, plus they have private label products at an affordable price.  Sprouts believes that every meal is a choice, and their private label items are made from the finest ingredients to ensure you are feeding your family healthy food. Can I tell you how much I love these re-usable bags?  Cutest message ever. So for this blogger event, we were doing a cooking challenge.  We split into groups of 5 and had to make 2 dishes and both had to incorporate the ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By Melissa King
    2 years ago
  • Saturday Six | Pineapple Salsa, Katsu Curry & Vegan Meatball Salad
    We’re rounding up some of our favorite recipes from this week’s Potluck submissions, including grilled pineapple salsa, katsu curry with crispy veggies, and salad topped with Asian-inspired vegan meatballs. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By Alissa
    2 years ago
  • Super Powered Orange Juice
    While on vacation recently I read a book I enjoyed so much, I read it twice. That’s saying a lot for a girl who used to despise reading. The book is called “Modern Rapunzel” by Jeanne Powers. The cover looks a little bizarre and out of touch, but don’t let that fool you. It boasts a ton of information about women’s health and natural beauty, especially for hair and skin (my top two concerns when it comes to aging gracefully – fingers crossed as 30 approaches). In the book Jeanne shares about a time when she got very sick and suffered from hair loss as a result, and she nursed herself back to health with natural remedies, including carrot juice. This is my kind of lady. Carrots are loaded with beta carotene which does wonders for the body and fights off disease-causing free radicals. They’re also extremely high in Vitamins A, B, C, E and K, magnesium, potassium and calcium, and have been found to fight inflammation, relieve congestion, and protect eyesight and brain function among many other benefits. All of these vitamins and minerals boast a ton of benefits for your skin and hair. Naturally, they’re my new best friend. I’m not typically a big juice fan because I prefer smoothies and the fiber they provide. But, for carrots I make exceptions. While I was reading this book we were on vacation in Healdsburg, California, home to a beautiful restaurant called Shed. ... read more
    Published on 2016-07-09By Dana Shultz
    2 years ago
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