We are pleased to report that today is a day like no other: May 13 is officially Hummus Day! Join millions around the world, celebrating their love for delicious hummus. Eat it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snacks, and tweet/post a picture with the hashtags #hummusday and #theveganproject.
May 8, 2015 by
I have been crushing on these for a while now, and decided it was time to share them with the world. Tossing fries in fresh garlic is SO GOOD! Baked Garlic fries are a healthy alternative to deep-fried, so flavourful, and versatile – mix in any herb or spice you want! Below is my current Continue Reading …
March 31, 2015 by
Celebrate this Passover with a hot and hearty bowl of Vegan Matzo Ball Soup! Mazel from our resident Jewish lady, Zoe, and her sidekick shiksa, Bridget.
February 6, 2015 by
Nut cheese is a game changer when it comes to adopting a vegan diet. It doesn’t mimic real cheese–it’s truly in a category of it’s own. Vegan or not, it’s hard not to love nut cheese.
October 14, 2014 by
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 …
September 20, 2014 by
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 …
August 25, 2014 by
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 …
August 10, 2014 by
I first had the delight of trying this spelt bread at a friend’s house. We all had a big sleepover, and in the morning she served us this bread with homemade jam and we nearly died. I couldn’t believe she had just whipped this up!
July 30, 2014 by
One part seasonal fruits, one part seasonal veggies, five parts summer.
July 18, 2014 by
A new summer staple, dal is is a dried pulse (lentil, pea, or a various type of bean), that has been split. The word is also used to name the stew prepared from them, a dish we often see in Indian, Nepali, and or/ Pakistani cuisine. Dal is an ideal source of protein for vegan Continue Reading …