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Last week was not great week- I was exhausted and felt like I was coming down with something all week. The weekend has not been better. But… once I saw the Chopped challenge for VeganMoFo, I knew I had to … Continue reading
I have so many food projects going on in my kitchen (and living room, at this point) it is not funny. And most are not done! Tempeh is, but that will be a post for another day. I will say: … Continue reading
In my last post I mentioned that I was taking over a locally-focused vegan column for my local newspaper’s food blog. I am the new I Eat Plants columnist at Small Bites, the food blog on LoHud.com (that would be … Continue reading
A while back, I saw an article at Slate.com about how food writers lie and say that caramelizing an onion should only take 5 to 10 minutes, where in actuality it takes 30, 40 or 50 minutes. The writer tries … Continue reading
Apples are all around us these days… no, not the computers and iDevices (well, those too), but the fruit. They’re cheap (and for some people, free!) and bountiful! And if you’re anything like I am, you might have a few … Continue reading
I haven’t done the Vegan MoFo Iron Chef Challenge in a few years, but since I happened to be home for this one, I thought I might do it! The challenge was to make something with beets- specifically the roots. … Continue reading
The cashew goat cheese featured in my post yesterday is an example of a fermented food. It takes at least 24 hours to make (though of course, very little of that time is hand-on). So what do you do when … Continue reading
Well who would have thought that something that is spicy pickled cabbage would need to be specified vegan? Before I answer that, welcome to Vegan MoFo (Vegan Month of Food) 2012! I’ve been participating for years, and thought this might … Continue reading
It’s so nice to come home at the end of the day and smell this… I’ve been loving the slow cooker lately. And I had a hankering for chili! Slow cookers and chili making just go hand in hand. With … Continue reading