Vegan Brunch in Vancouver: Bandidas Taqueria

Vancouverites take their brunching VERY seriously. The array of mid-day bites in this city, usually paired with a Mimosa or a Caesar, are plenty and top notch. For us vegans, the options are growing rapidly, but there are a few pioneers that have been doing it right for years now, and should not be overlooked. Continue Reading …

Vegan French Toast

I finally made Vegan French Toast using The Vegg! It is by far one of the best vegan egg substitutes I’ve used to date. It even smells like eggs (kinda like a fart, but in a good way!). I followed the simple instructions on the package and the result was the crispy-on-the-outside savoury/sweet goodness of Continue Reading …

Beet Greens on Toast with Tomato Salsa – A Family Day Brunch

Beet greens, the big long stems and leaves that you get when you buy bunched beets, are some of the most nutrient dense vegetables available. Unfortunately, they are often tossed aside. You can use them in this variation of our ‘greens on toast’, juice them, make a delicious side to mains, and even cook with Continue Reading …

Slickety Jim’s Chat ‘n’ Chew – Vegan Breakfast in Vancouver

As breakfast connoisseurs, we at The Vegan Project have determined that there are several factors that make for an enjoyable brunch experience.

Vancouver Vegan Restaurant – The Wallflower

Well, it’s not necessarily a vegan restaurant, but it sure is vegan-friendly! And being in such close proximity to the residence of the VP’s own Bridget Burns, we sure spend a lot of time at The Wallflower on Main Street in Vancouver. (Bridget’s favourite spot to sit is the corner booth to the right of the Continue Reading …

Vegan Benedict

Once in awhile I sleep over at Jessica’s house and we watch ’80 sitcoms and gritty episodes of Intervention, play with her dog Derick and do lots of yoga. I like to thank her for being such a great host with an elaborate weekday breakfast. This Vegan Benny was one of those delights that we Continue Reading …