Archive for the 'Vegan' Category

Dec 20 2008

Vegetarian Recipes l Lentil Walnut Veggie Burgers

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How to make Lentil Walnut Veggie Burgers Video. Veggie Burgers are a nutritional alternative to beef burgers. Many people don’t think of making their own veggie burgers but they are really easy to make at home. Store bought veggie burgers are nutritional but often very high in sodium and preservatives. You can substitute the eggs […]

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Dec 19 2008

Uncle Joes Mint Balls – 3-Pack

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One hundred years ago no one would have thought that these refreshing mint balls would be so popular that they would reach cult status. Ellen Santus made her first batch of Uncle Joes Mint Balls in the kitchen of her small home in a simple town in the north of England called Wigan. She named […]

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Dec 18 2008

Steven The Vegan

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A humourous video about a chef explaining his veganism, originally taken from: http://www.oldeenglish.org/podcast/steven-the-vegan Duration : 0:2:36

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Dec 16 2008

Vegan Recipes

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, p>”The New York Times” calls Bloodroot “legendary” and “Vegetarian Times” has listed it as one of the ten best vegetarian restaurants in the nation. Bloodroot is a wonderfully unique restaurant/bookstore tucked away on the same residential street since 1977, in a Bridgeport Connecticut neighborhood with great views of the Long Island Sound. “The Best […]

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Dec 16 2008

“Vegan Revolution” story on CNN – 6/11/08

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Positive piece about veganism on CNN. Includes interviews with Chef Mateo and Russel Simmons. Enjoy! Duration : 0:6:14

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Dec 13 2008

Vegan Video

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Dan Piraro from www.bizarro.com masterfully made this really awesome video. It’s a talking pig that explains why eating meat is bad for you. Duration : 0:5:44

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Sep 03 2008

Eclectic Kitchen™: Eggplant A Cosmopolitan Fruit?

This is a must read – for those looking for a fabulous hors d’oeuvre, a hearty side dish, or a wonderful vegetable main course.  With a little modification, it could be a fully vegan entrée – so look no further. Filling? Yes it is. Meaty? Uh huh. Flavor? Out of this world, delicious! Right now, is the peak season […]

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Sep 03 2008

Canning the Chow Chow – Post, the First

It’s a down-east family tradition. Chow Chow. Sweet relish made from green tomatoes and onions. When we were first introduced to it in New Glascow, Nova Scotia, we couldn’t believe we were allowed to eat this sweet good stuff right along side our meat and potatoes. Shouldn’t this be a desert? This year, with the […]

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Aug 19 2008

Crock Pot Super Easy Vegan Spaghetti For Bloggers and Others

 So, you’re a blogger. Or you work at home in some other way. Does that mean you have to eat the traditional nerd’s meal of caffeine and whatever munchy food is close by? Hardly. There’s nothing more reassuring on a busy day than knowing that a good dinner is cooking itself while you’re busy with […]

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Aug 17 2008

Yummus Hummus

I have a situation here. I love hummus. And I’m on a low/no salt diet. Which is not an insurmountable problem. Just make my own, right? Garlicky, lemony, beany, shaded with good olive oil, dusted with paprika. A vegan munchy treat that just doesn’t get much better. So, what’s a poor, hummus-starved woman to do? […]

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