That Effing Vegan: The Annual Holiday Gift Guide 2018

T’is the season, for the annual tradition that we fondly (or woefully) refer to as holiday shopping. Whether you choose to celebrate Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa, the Winter Solstice, Omisoka, a combination of the above, or none of the above; may this offer some ideas to shift your traditions this year. Focusing on vegan companies, these Continue Reading …

Feeding That Effing Vegan this Holiday Season

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 …


Inspired by our recent appearance in The Rush holiday gift guide, I wanted to compile some of the crème de la crème when it comes to vegan-friendly gifts this holiday season. Look no further. Fret no more. We’ve got your effing back.

It’s holiday party time and you’re invited! December 12th at Gam Gallery

YAY, the holidays are finally upon us!  Finally, we no longer have to hide what huge Christmas nerds we are!  Yes, Bridget and I (Sam) have literally been listening to holiday music for MONTHS already.  We’ve enjoyed every last minute of creating our new holiday eBook but now we’re ready to just eat, drink and Continue Reading …

What to Feed That Effing Vegan: The Holiday Edition

Well friends, we know you’ve been anxiously awaiting the release of our latest & greatest recipe e-book “What to Feed That Effing Vegan: The Holiday Edition.”  But wait no more– it is finally available HERE–and like all good things in life, it is so worth it!

Festive Cashew-Portobello Roast with Wild Mushroom-Miso Gravy

Here’s the recipe we submitted for the CBC Radio 3 vegan holiday recipe challenge:

The 65 Day Check In

It’s been 65 days since I’ve been living vegan. I feel really great, and have tremendous energy! I’ve also lost 8 pounds since deciding to give up animal products, which is pretty remarkable. I became vegan for animal cruelty reasons, not health reasons. I haven’t been intentionally cutting back on calories or eating less. I Continue Reading …