Review: Vegan Cuts Beauty Box

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We’ve had our eye on the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box for a while now. Cruelty-free beauty is very important to us, and it can difficult sometimes to source out vegan beauty products for every step of your beauty regime. Hair, make-up, face/body products, and even perfume has the potential to either perform animal testing or Continue Reading …

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.

Cookbook Review: Isa Does It + 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 …

Vegan Spelt Bread

Spelt Bread

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!

Peanutty Blondie Bars

Peanutty Blondie Bars

I know what you’re thinking…a dessert made with chickpeas?! Can they be tasty? Can they be decadent? YOU BET!

VEG FEST VANCOUVER 2014

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It’s that time of year again! Veg Fest Vancouver is a day-long outdoor festival, happening for it’s fourth year on July 26th, 2014 from 11am – 6pm.

Blueberry Lemon Scones

Blueberry scones

Tea time isn’t complete without flakey, buttery, crispy-on-the-outside and pillowy soft on the inside, scones. Now you might think you said goodbye to these (surprisingly easy-to-make) pastries when you went vegan, but I’m here to tell you that these Blueberry Lemon Scones meet all the above requirements and I defy anyone to call them out Continue Reading …

Dijon-marinated “Cheesy” Tofu with Black Pepper

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This is an easy, nutrient-dense tofu dish that not only works well as a main, but re-heats perfectly and is delicious cold, in salads.

Cadbury Creme Eggs: The Vegan Version

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Every year, around mid-March, grocery store shelves are stocked with the infamous Cadbury Creme Egg. They have been around since 1963, and over the years, Cadbury has introduced a multitude of flavors and variations. The eggs, which are made of milk chocolate and fondant (water and sugar), have become one of the most recognized parts Continue Reading …

Tea Baggin’ with The Vegan Project

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All of us “socialites” here at The Vegan Project are admitted caffeine addicts.  In fact, as this very moment in blog writing history, Bridget and I (Sam) are enjoying a delicious cup of coffee at a quaint, west end coffee shop.  Espressos, dark chocolate mochas, soy americanos, almond milk lattes, matcha, black, herbal or green Continue Reading …