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  • Nutritional Yeast 101
    Nutritional yeast (fondly nicknamed “nooch” for those of you not in the know) has long been a mainstay in the kitchens of foodie vegans everywhere. To many however, nooch is still pretty elusive. I mean, it consists of yellow flakes that vaguely resemble fish food and there are not many ways in which one can think to...Read More » ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-07By Nada
    2 years ago
  • Roasted Red Pepper Ketchup + Interview with Renee Press of Fire and Earth Kitchen
    I’m really excited to introduce you to a new friend of mine, Renee Press, owner of Fire and Earth Kitchen here in Seattle.  This is the first of a new (and hopefully regular) series that I am going to write, highlighting different influential vegans in Seattle.  I am always curious to meet other vegans, even […] ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-07By Sarah
    2 years ago
  • 24 April 2016
    Did $1,000,000 “Donation” to Mercy For Animals Influence Policy Change on “Cage-Free” Eggs? + Earth Day weekend guest: HELEN HARWATT, PhD, research fellow in Environmental Science at Loma Linda University, a speaker at the upcoming World Vegan Summit & Expo + weekly Animal Rights commentary with Professor Gary Francione. ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-07By Admin
    2 years ago
  • Let’s Celebrate ALL Moms on Mother’s Day
    A special note from COK’s Cheryl Leahy, mother of two: On Mother’s Day, as I celebrate this special day with my family, I also reflect upon mothers of all species. As we take time to honor the beloved moms, grandmoms and mother figures in our lives, let’s also remember how our actions impact other moms, specifically the female animals who are routinely abused in animal agriculture. Dairy cows are repeatedly impregnated and calf after calf is taken from them just days after birth, so that the milk produced for their young can instead be consumed by humans. Male calves are sent to be raised and slaughtered for beef or veal, while female calves are typically raised as dairy cows, like their mothers – beginning this shortened and cruel cycle of life and death over again. Mother pigs spend months on end confined in gestation crates during pregnancy and farrowing crates during nursing, only able to nurse and connect with their piglets through metal bars. They’ll spend their entire lives nearly immobilized. Egg-laying hens are crammed into tiny wire “battery” cages, denied the ability to perform many natural behaviors, such was spreading their wings, nesting, or even walking. The birds will never set foot outside or breathe fresh air. It is clear that these animals who are suffering behind the closed doors of factory farms are caring mothers — they ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Compassion Over Killing Staff
    2 years ago
  • Crispy Potatoes with Vegan Ranch Dressing
    Save for the odd cool day, I think it’s time to retire my oven for the summer. We haven’t lived here long but so far it looks like our teeny tiny place is going to heat up like a green house in the summer. The added heat from our oven makes me feel like I’m being punished for my sins. Outdoor grilling is the obvious option but we don’t have a barbeque. It would be really nice to be able to develop oven recipes without throwing sweaty temper tantrums (because I do not cope well with kitchen mishaps when I’m on the verge of heatstroke.) Perhaps a toaster oven is the answer? Any recommendations? Right now I’m trying to keep any house warming food preparation to a minimum. Lately I’ve been playing with The Little Potato Company’s Microwave Ready kits and they’ve proven to be a fantastic option right now. I can follow the instructions exactly for a super convenient AND healthy 5 minute side dish or I can fancy them up by adding a sauce and quickly pan-frying them. They’re also an easy way to add quick-cooked potatoes to other recipes. For this simple side, I microwaved the potatoes according to the package instructions, sliced ’em in half, pan-fried them until crispy before adding the Little Potato Company’s Garlic & Parsley seasoning packet and served them with a homemade vegan ranch dressing. Would you look at ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Brittany
    2 years ago
  • Saying goodbye to Broccoli Rob
    I received the very sad news today that Rob Poe, aka Broccoli Rob, passed away yesterday. Rob was a friend, a terrific musician, a wonderful singer and performer with a passion for healthy eating. He created a children’s show where he played many characters including Broccoli Rob, and the karate expert, Bruce Leek. He performed… ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • We have four incredible words for you: Vegan Berry Hand Pies!…
    We have four incredible words for you: Vegan Berry Hand Pies! YES PLEASE! ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06
    2 years ago
  • Vegan Thai Vegetable Curry
    Curry is a world-traveled powder that often makes an appearance in Thai dishes, despite its popular Indian association. Enjoy its depth with an array of vegetables. ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06
    2 years ago
  • UK Vegan Shoe Company Launches in US
    Bourgeois Boheme brings its vegan luxury shoe line for men and women across the pond. ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06
    2 years ago
  • 5 Easy Ways to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly
    From city studios to country bungalows, green your abode with these practical and stylish eco-friendly tips. ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06
    2 years ago
  • GOOD OATS with ALMONDS, COCONUT SUGAR + VANILLA
    First of all: download the 1997 album Supa Dupa Fly by QUEEN Missy Elliot. It's absolutely amazing. Power to women around the wooooorld. I'm endlessly impressed with her talent to subvert power relations while maintaining an unprecedented level of fabulousness.Second: this oatmeal! It's my fave way to make oats and it never gets old. I make it almost every day. and it gives me fuel for bike rides, the gym, and life. It's great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The recipe takes a few minutes to make, tastes like cake, and is REALLY good for you! The best part is that you can dress it up or down as you see fit. Sometimes I'll add a whack load of stuff like cinnamon, ginger, chia seeds and goji berries and other days I'll just do coconut sugar with some nut butter. IT'S UP TO YOU. Third: in case ya haven't yet noticed, I have revamped ze ole blog a bit. It's cleaner and prettier (in my opinion). I deleted a massive amount of weird spam comments so now PLEASE get back to commenting on my posts. I disabled comments for awhile because the spam was buggin me so much and now I seriously miss hearing from you below my recipes. I FINALLY updated my recipe index so now it lists all my recipes, not just the ones ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Emily von Euw
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 449
    Breakfast: It’s just another day at the Food Revolution Summit. And that simply means another day of FANTASTIC, INSPIRING INFORMATION. Are you tuning in? I enjoyed a wonderful bowl of Breakfast Polenta with warm Coconut milk.   Lunch: After 3 hours plus concentrating on the summit I looked to Gary and said we needed to… ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • Power Pop
    Power Pop is fun and easy to make and especially delicious to eat. If the Power Pop doesn’t disappear as soon as you make it, you might enjoy making Power Pop Bars. Ingredients ½ cup organic popping corn ½ cup raw Brazil nuts chopped ½ cup walnuts, chopped ¼ cup raw sunflower seeds ¼-1/2 cup… ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • What Vegans Eat – Day 450
    Breakfast: The great thing about polenta is that is can be served creamy or crispy. ary took our Breakfast Polenta leftovers from yesterday and molded it in a baking dish and baked it. The result was a Breakfast Polenta Torte, with a little crunch on the outside and creamy on the inside.   Lunch: We… ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
  • Healthy World Burger
    Everyone loves a good burger. These are the best veggie burgers we have ever had! Ingredients 1 cup cooked millet ½ cup cooked black rice ½ cup cooked red rice 1 cup turanicum (also know as Kamut), soaked overnight, rinsed and cooked (or brown rice, to be gluten-free) ½ cup walnuts, finely chopped ½ cup… ... read more
    Published on 2016-05-06By Caryn Hartglass
    2 years ago
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