Dessert

Feeding That Effing Vegan this Holiday Season

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First and foremost, I extend solidarity. We have all been there before: the first meal that you either attended as vegan new to the scene, or the first meal that you prepared in your pre-veg life for the token plant-eater at the dinner table. There are a few of us who have been vegan since Continue Reading …

Basic But (Basically) The Best: Top 5 Ways to Get Your Pumpkin Spice Fix

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Towards the end of summer in Vancouver, we begin to see the posts. Usually, they are signalled by the seasonal shifts of Starbucks cups and marketing focuses; and their role in introducing (and promoting, extensively) the infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte. The incredibly speed at which the “PSL” not only hit the market, but influenced an entire Continue Reading …

Rhiannon’s Guide to A Delicious Cruelty-Free Halloween 2.0

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Halloween is my ultimate favourite holiday. I hope you find this helpful, and that it inspires you to get creative with making all sorts of Vegan delights and in making new traditions for your friends and family! I am thrilled to share these goodies with you.

Festival Eats’n’ Treats: The July Edition

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Welcome to the July edition of the *new* Vegan Project guide to eating all things veg at Vancouver’s summer festivals and events! This is a quick reference guide which offers a minimum of 3 vegan-friendly spots within walking distance of each event site. Note that all businesses we have included below are not 100% vegan, Continue Reading …

The Vegan Project Panel Series 1 || Preview

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” Knowledge is like money: to be of value it must circulate, and in circulating it can increase in quantity and, hopefully, in value.” || Louis L’Amour

Rhiannon’s Guide to A Delicious Cruelty-Free Halloween

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Having been a Vegan for the past 14 years, I have become quite crafty and knowledgable in all the tasty holiday treats. I can recall certain instances where I have felt left out or a little envious of everyone around me enjoying their non-vegan delights, so I decided to take charge and come up with new traditions Continue Reading …

Babes in Toyland: The Vegan Project Goes to Disneyland

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  If you ever visited Disneyland as a child, you’re already well aware that the food is a major component of the experience. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner merge into an expansive series of snacks, treats, and buffets. Dessert for breakfast is permitted (if not required), churros are an acceptable side dish for any course, and Continue Reading …

Bridget’s Nirvana Bars

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I don’t normally name recipes after myself, but this time around I couldn’t help myself.  i found the recipe for these Nirvana Bars in a People Magazine while I was getting my roots touched up (I’ve been cursed with premature greys since the tender age of 17). They seemed easy to make and combined the Continue Reading …

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 …

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 …