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Vegan Gingerbread Cookies
Keepin' it Kind - 1 day ago
It’s winter. I love this time of year. Everything feels so sparkly and magical and cozy and warm. Or at least it usually does. This year, I’m having to struggle to feel the coziness, to see the sparkle. I’m closing in on one year without my mother and just this week, it’s been 3 years The post Vegan Gingerbread Cookies appeared[...]

Melissa King
My Whole Food Life - 1 day ago
OMG, you guys.  This Healthy Banana Coconut Cream Pie is EPIC.  It’s been a long time in the making.  I actually attempted a similar recipe last year and it didn’t quite turn out right.  I am pleased to say that this healthy pie recipe came out awesome! This pie is vegan, gluten free, paleo and free of refined sugars.  There are a few[...]

Pasta with Peppercorn Sauce and Seitan
Simple Vegan Blog - 1 day ago
Christmas has always been my favorite time of the year because my parents and I lived in the south of Spain and the rest of my family in the north, so we spent the holidays with them. Besides, my birthday is on January 1st, so it was (and is) a great time for me! I love to eat, I really do, so this is another reason to enjoy Christmas time because[...]

Peanut Butter Cake with Chocolate Peanut Butter Glaze
Vegan Richa - 1 day ago
Peanut Butter Cake with Chocolate Peanut Butter Glaze. Easy 7 Ingredient Blender Cake.  Ready in 25 minutes. Vegan Cake Recipe  This Peanut butter Sheet Cake is super easy, moist and takes just a blender! 5 minutes to get everything together. Few ingredients. Put everything in a blender. Or you can use 1 Bowl. Blend, pour, bake. Whip up the 4 ingredient[...]

Green Pea Fritters (Vegan + GF)
Wallflower Girl - 1 day ago
Thank you Birds Eye Peas for sponsoring this post! Peas are an often overlooked legume. We tend to think of them as more of a side dish or something we throw into a dish, last minute. Meanwhile chickpeas and beans are used for all kinds of dishes. But green peas so delicious, sweet, they’re a great source of protein, fibre and other goodness.[...]

Contentedness Cooking
Contentedness Cooking - 1 day ago
Butternut Squash Quinoa Salad – full of healthy powers, made from just 6 ingredients and in 3 easy steps. A new delicious and satisfying plant based meal full of flavor. Butternut Squash has become somewhat of a staple at home. As far back as when fall started to arrive up to now approacing winter, I used it over and over again. As in my Butternut[...]

Vegan Chive & Garlic Duchess Potatoes
I Love Vegan - 2 days ago
Sometimes I have a recipe idea that floats around my head for what feels like forever before it finally ends up on the blog. This is one of those recipes. Duchess potatoes were a classic we made back when we were A.) vegetarian but not vegan, and B.) in cook’s training back in BC. Duchess potatoes are like mashed potatoes’ fancier, snobbish[...]

Instant Pot Veggie Stew
Brand New Vegan - 2 days ago
Well I did it.  I finally took advantage of those crazy Black Friday Deals at Amazon and bought myself an Instant Pot!  And for my very first recipe?  I took my most popular recipe this month and converted it!  It was SO easy, and fast too.  For those of you who have Instant Pots, here is my Instant Pot Veggie Stew.   For those of you who don’t[...]

Simple Healthy Vegan Breakfast Toast that isn't Borin
Veganosity - 2 days ago
Simple Healthy Vegan Breakfast Toast that isn’t Boring When I'm in a big hurry, but I'm hangry—hungry and angry from being hungry— I make toast. Boring! A piece of dry crunchy bread with a smear of nut butter or jam just isn't the most exciting or satisfying way to begin the day. So what's a... Read More » The post Simple Healthy Vegan[...]

The Best Vegan Hot Chocolate!
The Vegan 8 - 2 days ago
Have you missed me at all the past few weeks?? I sure missed y'all. I haven't posted here in about a month and I don't think I've ever done that since I started this blog in 2013. However, I had been working nonstop and posting new recipes weekly and was feeling a bit tired. Then I got into a really  [...]

Red Curry Kabocha Squash Soup
Running On Real Food - 3 days ago
I’m in love with the pairing of red curry and kabocha squash. The sweet, tender squash combined with the classic Thai red curry flavour is just so good! This Thai Red Curry Kabocha Squash Soup is full of flavour, a little sweet with the perfect kick, easy to make, vegan and just perfect to warm... Read More » The post Red Curry Kabocha[...]

Rainbow Carrot Salad with Baked Almond Feta
Green Evi - 3 days ago
Rainbow carrot salad with raisins, vegan baked almond feta and a creamy tangerine-tahini dressing. Guys, I think I’ve just made all my vegan dreams come true…hello there little vegan feta cheese! This Baked Almond Feta Cheese is salty, creamy, crumbly and so crazy delicious. Not to mention it comes pretty close to the original one (especially[...]

VegHist Ep 9: Renaissance. Descartes, Montaigne, Gassendi, and the “sparing diet”
Ancient philosophers inspire Renaissance thinkers to challenge the old hierarchy of man over beast.  Episode 9: Renaissance Old medieval certainties are cracking under the combined assault of new sciences and rediscovered classics. It’s an age when “natural philosophers” combine scientific [...]
8 Dec 2016
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It’s All About Food - Anisha Khanna, Sonäge - 12.06.16
Part II: Anisha Khanna, Sonäge“As a consumer, I fell in love with Sonäge because I no longer had to choose between results-oriented and safe skincare. I became involved professionally with Sonäge because I could relate to the mission and vision of the company,” says Anisha Khanna, CEO of Sonäge Skincare [...]
7 Dec 2016
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Animalogy: Our Animal-Related Words and Phrases
Today's episode is all about Animalogy, whose timing could not be more perfect not only because of the urgency of the need to transform our negative perception and ill treatment of nonhuman animals but also because we are living in a time when we are all called upon to be linguistically sensitive to vulnerable [...]
5 Dec 2016
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NZVP Ep. 134 - Abolitionist Vegan Education is not limited to nonvegans
Here is that amazing video that I beg you to watch that has the 'burning house scenario'https:/ / watch?v=rChElJ4CjhYGet Eat Like You Care: http:/ / www.eatlikeyoucarebook.comRead Gary Franciones BOOKS!!!!!: http:/ / / books/
3 Dec 2016
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And You Didn’t Worry
It’s been a busy Spring, so episodes have been a little infrequent. 🙂 In this episode, I discuss our moral compartmentalisation not only toward nonhuman animals, but also to human animals and that human and nonhuman issues are inextricably entwined.  I give examples. Apologies for some technical glitches [...]
30 Nov 2016
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21 November 2016
Listen: Native American Culture – Was It VEGAN? Yes, it’s that time again – for expressions of gratitude through ritualistic bird-massacre animal sacrifice, with cranberry sauce, “from Plymouth Rock to Standing Rock – Thanks for Nothing” + Mercy For Animals’ Million Dollar [...]
24 Nov 2016
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Ecorazzi - 14 hours ago
 The mainstream movement has done such a good job convincing people that veganism isn’t representative of a fundamental moral position. [...]
Ecorazzi - 1 day ago
 You’ll need pepper spray, silly-string, flash grenades, rope, and the words to “all I want for Christmas (is a vegan world)” memorised. [...]
Ecorazzi - 2 days ago
 You may be eligible to claim up to $30 due to your friendly neighbourhood dairy industry “prematurely slaughtering” cattle. [...]
Ecorazzi - 2 days ago
 The added irony with the £5 note situation is that tallow is a slaughterhouse byproduct, in no way different to the byproducts used in roads, houses, plastics, etc [...]
Ecorazzi - 1 week ago
 The law reprimands him, not because he killed the swans, but because his treatment of them had no corresponding human or societal benefits. [...]
Ecorazzi - 1 week ago
 Engaging in animal exploitation every day should be a deal breaker. [...]
Ecorazzi - 1 week ago
 We’re merely telling the non-vegan public that one form of animal use is worse than another. [...]

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Crazy Vegan Kitchen
Crazy Vegan Kitchen - 3 days ago
Hi everyone! I’m back for a mid-week quickie. Today we have a delicious, simple and quick to make Vegan Mango Avocado Salsa. There’s nothing I love more than a fresh, vibrant and delicious Salsa that isn’t out of a jar. Jarred shyt is disgusting, yo. This time round, instead of opting for the usual tomato based Pico de Gallo, I’ve[...]

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Lazy Cat Kitchen - 3 days ago
A bento bowl consisting of crispy, sesame encrusted tofu, plain rice, stir-fried greens and Japanese-inspired pickles is our dinner du jour! As the island gets colder, windier and emptier by the day we find ourselves missing city life a little bit more… Things like going to a cinema or out for a casual dinner used to be something we did often[...]

Delicious Vegan Gravy (mushroom & parsley style rec
Trinity's Kitchen - 3 days ago
The truth is, I don’t normally write my gravy recipes down. I tend to just wing it and make them up as I go along. However they do have similarities in the way I make them and I am often asked, so I am delighted to share an easy, special recipe with you today. Just […] [...]

Butternut Squash and Corn Soup
Ordinary Vegan - 4 days ago
  Nothing says fall like a creamy squash soup. Not only is it delicious, it is also an excellent source of many immune-fighting vitamins and minerals. Here is a nutritional breakdown. One cup of butternut squash provides 437% of your vitamin A as well as 52% of vitamin C. Vitamin A and vitamin C are […] The post Creamy Squash Soup with Corn,[...]

VBMC Epic Vlog 6 - Ultimate Vegan Poutine
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A visit to Iowa Farm Sanctuary: Where Compassion Lives
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Matcha Waffles (Vegan)
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Vegan Sydney Australia on the Healthy Voyager's Australian Adventure...
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Mexican Fiesta || Eating When I'm Board Ep. 3
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Ethics Beyond the Plate: Leigh Chantelle at World Vegan Day Melbourne
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Thought of the Day: “But the World Won’t Go Vegan Overnight”
Abolitionist Approach Blog - 16 hours ago
 This was originally published on December 9, 2016 on the Abolitionist Approach Facebook page. ********** If you are not vegan, please go vegan. Veganism is about nonviolence. First and foremost, it’s about nonviolence to other sentient beings. But it’s also about nonviolence to the earth and nonviolence to yourself. If animals matter morally, veganism [...]

Be Fair, Be Vegan
Gentle World - 1 week ago
 Throughout the month of August, in the middle of Times Square, directly above the Good Morning America studios, and just a few blocks from the New York Times, a billboard was visible overhead that few could pretend not to notice. Amongst a barrage of self-promotion by corporate interests seeking personal gain, for four full weeks, one message [...]


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