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  • Easy Vegan Bomb Pops
    A little, fun, fruity treat from my childhood transformed into delicious, healthy treat everyone from child to adult will love. As you can tell, I’m getting into the Fourth of July Spirit with this Stars and Stripes Nail Art, these Fourth of July Table Toppers, and now Easy Vegan Bomb Pops! I’m fairly certain that I was a dog in another life. Most people are princesses or exotic individuals in their former lives. Good for them. But me? I’m pretty sure I was a dog. I have a few things that convince me of this theory: I hate squirrels, I like naps, and I will beg for treats. Some of my favorite treats, especially in the hot summer months, are popsicles. When I was a kid the Bomb Pop was like the holy grail of popsicles. Any time I would hear the faint ding, ding, ding of the ice cream mouth, my mouth would start to water. More proof of my dog theory! Then I would rush inside and search through the couch cushions for loose change. Some days the couch would giveth and others it would take away. Today I still get that little charge of energy when I hear the ice cream truck dinging by. But instead of rushing to the couch cushions looking for spare change, I run to the kitchen ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Marly
    2 years ago
  • Huevos Rancheros Tortilla Breakfast Cups
    A mini, portable take on classic huevos rancheros made with flour tortilla cups, black beans, salsa and cheddar cheese. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Ashley Jennings
    2 years ago
  • The Great Protein Fiasco
    Published on 2016-06-27By Michael Greger M.D.
    2 years ago
  • Salted Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Stuffed Dates
    Like lots of American kids, I chose to study Spanish in high school and collage. I actually got pretty good at it. I wasn’t fluent by any means, but it came in handy whenever I was in a Spanish speaking country, which happened to be often when I was growing up. One thing I didn’t expect to happen when I started getting better at speaking Chinese is that all my Spanish would fly out the window. At first, the Spanish I knew made learning Chinese super hard. Any Chinese words that I heard which had the same pronunciation as a Spanish word, made me think about the Spanish meaning and not the Chinese meaning. For example “yo” means “I” in Spanish, but in Chinese “yo” (written you) means “to have”. Continue reading Salted Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Stuffed Dates... ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Faith
    2 years ago
  • New Ebook from Hen Press!
      Hen Press, a division of Our Hen House, is pleased to bring you another animal rights-related ebook. Our second publication is entitled Maureen and was written by Dr. Anat Pick, senior lecturer in film studies at Queen Mary, University of London in the UK. In this semi-fictional piece, the author tells the story of her chance meeting with Maureen, a resident at a nursing home in a Tel Aviv suburb and one of countless elderly patients in their final months and weeks of life. The author reflects on the shared vulnerability of institutionalized humans and animals in a society intent on keeping both out of sight and out of mind. Anat Pick’s other works include articles on animal ethics, animals in visual culture, and veganism, as well as the book: Creaturely Poetics: Animality and Vulnerability in Literature and Film (2011). She is also coeditor of Screening Nature: Cinema Beyond the Human (2013) and is currently working on a book on vegan cinema. You can purchase and download the eBook Maureen on AmazoniBooks, and Barnes & NobleOur Hen House flock members will receive a free e-copy! Stay tuned for details (and join the flock if you’re not already a member). Thought-provoking and inspiring, this new release from Hen Press has the power to transform our conceptions of those who are vulnerable in our society. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Jasmin and Mariann
    2 years ago
  • 5 Unexpected Ways to Use Watermelon
    We’re hitting watermelon season, so now is the prime time to use plenty of this super-hydrating, vitamin-C filled summer fruit. Seedless watermelon has become more and more common, sparing you from the tedium of removing all those pesky pits. Of course, we all love watermelon chilled from the fridge and cut into wedges, but here are 5 ways to serve it that you might not think of. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-27By Jordan St. Clair-Jackson
    2 years ago
  • Mango Mojito Recipe
    Easy Refreshing Mango Mojito Recipe. Make this mojito with or without the alcohol. Refreshing mint and lime and sweet Summery Mango make this a perfect drink for any outdoor event. Vegan Gluten-free Soy-free Nut-free Recipe. Pin this post.  It is finally getting hot around here enough to call for using those ice cubes from the freezer. And of course summer = mango, and pitchers of cold fun drinks!  This Mango Majoti is refreshing and great for quenching that thirst in the heat. Add alcohol or not. I often serve it without because the mango lime and mint tastes so amazing together. Use other fruit juice or purees instead of mango like pineapple, strawberries, lychee, any summer fruits. Some fresh lime, fresh mint, mango juice or puree, water or club soda if needed, loads of ice cubes. Yes!Continue reading: Mango Mojito RecipeThe post Mango Mojito Recipe appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-26By Richa
    2 years ago
  • Vegan News You Can Use (6/26/16)
    I’m back from vacation in the midwest where I had a perfect week with my family. I attended my niece’s baby shower (I’m going to be a great aunt!) and we spent most of the time on this lake. I did manage to record an episode of Easy Vegan before I left. Did you miss it? It was with the lovely Allyson Kramer. We chatted about her new vegan cookbook Naturally Lean: 125 Nourishing Gluten-Free, Plant-Based Recipes–All Under 300 Calories plus she offered tips on plant-based gluten-free cooking. Take a listen here: And tomorrow on Easy Vegan: I am so honored that VegFund is the May, June, and July premier underwriter of my radio show, allowing me to highlight the important work of vegan activists! Listen Monday at 12 p.m. MST on 93.9 FM in Colorado Springs or stream from anywhere via KCMJ.org or the free TuneIn app. (If you miss the live show, you can always listen later on SoundcloudStitcher or right here on my show page.) And now, how about the news?  Vegan news you can use (6/26/16) The U.S. Takes Action To Minimize Animal Testing Arnold Schwarzenegger & James Cameron Just Released An Important Message for the World (“less meat, less heat”) ‘Go Vegan’ trend could prevent and reverse type 2 diabetes Transgender Man Wins PETA’s Sexiest Vegan Of The Year ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-26By JL Fields
    2 years ago
  • Weekend Reading, 6.26.16
    Happy Sunday, friends! I hope you’ve had a nice weekend. I’m moving into the home stretch of my summer MNT class, and I couldn’t be more ready for it to end. It has been interesting, for sure, but I’m ready to turn my attention to my work for the remainder of the summer. Steven and I have a quiet 4th of July weekend planned at home, and it’ll be a great opportunity to rest, cook, and catch up. In the meantime, one more exam and one more assignment to go. Lots of delicious, simple, summery eats to share with you this week, from pasta to popsicles. Here’s what I’ve been bookmarking. Recipes First up, I can’t stop drooling over Ashley’s gorgeous vegan and gluten free vanilla waffles, which are topped off with vanilla cashew cream. The waffles use aquafaba as a binder, and Ashley says it took her 10+ tries to get them just right. I rarely have the patience to stick with a recipe for that long if it’s not turning out for me, so I’m super impressed with Ashley’s persistence, which was clearly worthwhile. These are beautiful, and I can’t wait to try them. A very different, yet equally delicious breakfast idea: Marta’s chocolate fruity breakfast quinoa with nuts. It’s basically a chocolatey smoothie with cooked quinoa stirred in and plenty of ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-26By Gena
    2 years ago
  • Creamy Vegan Tomato Basil Pasta
    Penne pasta is drenched in creamy cashew sauce and tossed with juicy tomatoes and fresh basil to create this luscious vegan version of a summery Italian classic. When I was growing up, after having gone vegetarian, my mom discovered a recipe for pasta Caprese, and it soon became the favorite of everyone in the house. It was a Cooking Light recipe, and I think a pretty popular one, so I’m sure you can find it if you’re interested and do some poking around. Anyhow, it was nice to have one of those rare meatless recipes that the omnivores (i.e. everyone else) enjoyed as much as the vegetarian (yours truly) and was totally suitable for serving company and was just about the easiest thing ever to make. Nobody ever complained about the lack of meat in that dish. I think it’s safe to say that my vegan version, even if it does go off track a bit, would totally please the palates of vegans, vegetarians and omnivores alike. In fact, I’m kind of guessing most dairy eaters wouldn’t even realize this dish was vegan. The main difference between my version of the dish and the one I grew up with is the creamy sauce. The original used chunks of fresh mozzarella, and while there’s a million ways I could’ve tried to replicate this that may ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-26By Alissa Saenz
    2 years ago
  • My Trip to Colorado
    My husband and I had some airline miles to use up, so we planned a short trip to Colorado.  I fell in love with Colorado years ago.  When I was 23, (a long time ago haha), a friend and I quit our jobs and backpacked around the country.  Colorado was one of my favorite states. We spent a couple weeks just exploring.  It has quite a diverse terrain depending on where you are in the state.  We chose the Denver/Boulder area for this trip.  I had never been to Boulder, so I was excited.  Just a warning.  This post is very picture heavy. We chose to stay at the Westin Westminster in Westminster, Colorado.  It was halfway between Denver and Boulder, so it was a great location for us. Plus, the Westin is known for their fabulous beds and trust me, they do not disappoint.  We arrived at the hotel early, at about 10 am.  I didn’t expect our room to be ready, but it was! We hadn’t eaten breakfast yet, so we went to The Kachina Southwestern Grill inside The Westin.  All the menu items are labeled on whether they are vegetarian, gluten free, etc.  So you don’t have to guess.  I got their house made granola with almond milk.  Hubby, who is not vegan, got eggs. After we ate, we ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-26By Melissa King
    2 years ago
  • Silent Sunday: Chalk It Up to Art
    Published on 2016-06-26By Hannah (BitterSweet)
    2 years ago
  • Saturday Six | Korean Barbecue Tofu Sliders, Zucchini Mac & Black Bean Falafel
    We’re rounding up some of our favorite recipes from this week’s Potluck submissions, including picnic-perfect tofu sliders, creamy zucchini mac & cheese, and healthy falafel made with quinoa and black beans. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-25By Alissa
    2 years ago
  • Coconut Cream Pie (Vegan + GF)
    Oh hello there, friends. Might I serve you up a slice of my latest vegan gluten free pie? Coconut cream pie, to be exact! Follow along to see how I made this 10-ingredient, fluffy, indulgent pie that’s infused with coconut in 5 ways! This pie starts with my go-to dairy-free pudding, made with cornstarch, coconut sugar, coconut milk, and vanilla. The option is to add shredded coconut to the filling (which I did). But for a creamier center, omit and reserve the coconut flakes for topping! Next it’s folded with plenty of coconut whipped cream and ready for the crust. For the crust I went with my almond-oat crust that’s becoming my absolute favorite when it comes to pies and snack bars. It’s so versatile and reminds me so much of graham crackers without all the extra ingredients or sugar. More creations to come with this beauty – stay tuned. Once the pie has set, simply top with more coconut whip and toasted coconut and you’re good to go! I hope you all LOVE this pie. It’s: Creamy Cold Super coconutty Perfectly sweet Fluffy, cloud-like Nestled into a graham cracker-like crust & Insanely delicious This would make the perfect pie to have on hand for entertaining guests or to take along to gatherings and BBQs. Who doesn’t like coconut cream pie (seriously)? Plus, this version is vegan ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-25By Dana Shultz
    2 years ago
  • New App Update!
    I’m so excited to say that the latest app update has now gone live! It’s been updated with all the recent blog recipes plus six new delicious exclusive app recipes, which are so delicious. There’s baked avocado fries, a nut-free trail mix, a peanut and sweet potato bowl, watermelon and asparagus summer salad, nutty popcorn and a roasted roots salad. I’ve also added a new icon, which shows you which recipes are exclusive to the app, which I hope makes things easier for you guys and allows you to find the new ones quicker. I hope you enjoy the update and can’t wait to hear what you think of the new recipes. If you don’t have the app yet, then it’s available on the iTunes store and the Google Play store, and there are links to download both on the right hand side of this page. The post New App Update! appeared first on Deliciously Ella. ... read more
    Published on 2016-06-25By Ella
    2 years ago
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