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Slow Cooker Banana Chia Oatmeal

Slowcooker Oatmeal

This recipe is my take on a recipe I found at thelemonbowl.com, which blew my mind! As I’ve mentioned before, I’ve never been one for a sweet breakfast, and certainly not Oatmeal, which is how this Savoury Breakfast Oatmeal Risotto was birthed. But when this recipe pointed out the obvious fact that I could prepare my oatmeal Continue Reading …

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VANCOUVER // ART + FUNDRAISING + VEGAN CANAPES

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An exciting event is coming at you this Friday that combines art, fundraising and vegan canapes – sounds perfect, right? The Vegan Project has partnered up with Phantoms in the Front Yard, a figurative art collective based out of Vancouver, to provide vegan canapes at their next show: Private Dreams, Public Myths. 

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Spiced Carrot, Apple + Ginger Juice

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Pretty much from September to December it’s ‘pumpkin spice this’, and ‘holiday gathering that’, not to mention baked goods laced in between. Now don’t get me wrong, I love love these months because they are a foodie’s dream, but sometimes your system needs a little break, right? Juicing is the perfect way to satisfy that Continue Reading …

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Harvest Mason Jar Salad

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I am a mason jar nut, so when this mason jar salad craze took over pinterest, I was all over it. I’ve made a ton of different combos lately, but this Harvest Mason Jar Salad was so timely, and a perfect way to use up leftover roasted root veggies. And a way to lighten up in Continue Reading …

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Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie Pudding

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Recipe contribution this month comes from a close friend of The Vegan Project, the beautiful Sarah T.! An easy, delicious recipe for a nutrient rich pumpkin pudding that is 1) Great as is 2) Makes an amazing base for granola or oats 3) When combined with some agar agar, is the best pumpkin pie filling Continue Reading …

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Pumpkin Cocoa Cashew Butter Bars

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For those of us that grew up on the West Coast these are basically Pumpkin Nanaimo Bars. For everyone else, they are decadent, almost raw and insanely good. The chilling steps are crucial. Be patient, they’re well worth it! Ingredients: Layer 1 (base) 1 cup pitted dates 1 cup almonds (raw or roasted without salt) Continue Reading …

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Carrot, Ginger and Cashew Soup

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I make this carrot soup often (like, once a month) because it is so easy to make and the flavours all work so nicely together. It was originally passed down to me from my friend Laura, who routinely made this soup for her clients. When she found out I was beginning to take on clients Continue Reading …

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MEGATRONIC! Power Cookies by John Cooper

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Our dear friend John Cooper is one of the main men behind Cuchillo, one of our local favourites boasting many veggie/vegan menu options. Unbeknownst to us until recently, he is also a cookie connoisseur.

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Happy National Banana Split Day!

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It may be a holiday in the US, but let’s not get caught up on specifics.

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Jerk Sloppy Joes with Coconut Creamed Spinach

Jerk Sloppy Joes with Coconut Creamed Spinach

Well, I have to say, Isa Chandra has done it again! All hail the queen of vegan comfort food. She’s been around a for a while. A regular OG in the vegan world, making cooking videos in her tiny NY apartment before any of new what vegan was. Her vegan cooking bible, Veganomicon was one Continue Reading …

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