A Free Vegan Guide For Grandma

Are you a vegan who dreads spending another holiday at Grandma’s house eating salad or plain pasta? Or are you a non-vegan hosting a holiday celebration who is at a loss about how to feed the vegan you have invited? If so, then The Proper Care and Feeding of Vegans: A Handbook for Non-Vegans is just what you need! This guide has it all: how to use substitution to veganize any recipe, meal planning tips, shopping advice and suggested meat, egg and dairy alternatives. Fun, engaging and friendly, this guide helps non-vegans easily accommodate the vegan in their life. A Read More

Holiday Stocking Stuffers

If it’s your job to stuff that stocking for a vegan, you better make sure it’s a big one! This year, your choice of vegan candies and other sweets is enormous!  From chocolate Santas, truffles, peanut brittle, English toffee, mints, fudge, Hanukkah gelt and chocolate covered caramels, to candy canes, nougat, fruit chews and holiday-themed lollipops, our tour of the best vegan sweets is sure to put the “happy” in your holidays. To order: For the Natural Candy Store’s vegan holiday option, click here. For Rose City Chocolatier’s vegan treats, click here. For Sjaak’s vegan chocolates, click here. For veganstore.com, Read More

Inside Out Cookies

There is a scene in one of our favorite movies, Ratatouille, in which Remy describes why he loves to cook. He explains how when one delicious food meets another, it sometimes creates something even more delicious: a new, exciting flavor –  a match seemingly made in heaven. And so it is with peanut butter and chocolate; both wonderful on their own, but when paired, taste as though they were destined to be together –  a culinary Romeo and Juliet. In our cookbook, we have a veganized version of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups that we think is pretty darn near perfect. Read More

Vegan Thanksgiving Potluck

All that is left to do is sit back, unbutton the top button of your pants, and watch the Twilight Zone marathon. Who says vegans live a lifestyle of deprivation? Hey, don’t forget we’ve got a whole Thanksgiving menu in our book All American Vegan: Our mashed potatoes are fluffy, our gravy is thick, our yams are covered with marshmallows, we’ve got crescent rolls that give the pillsbury doughboy a run for his money, a hearty turkey-flavored non-turkey, stuffed with stuffing, and, of course, pumpkin pie with whipped topping. To learn more, click here.

A Vegan Thanksgiving

Adopting a vegan diet in a culture dominated by animal-based foods, requires, by its very nature, change. And change can sometimes be scary, especially if you fear that it will impact the things you value most. But being vegan or having one in the family doesn’t have to be mean giving up time-honored family traditions. You can still enjoy Thanksgiving as a family, make s’mores by the fire, or spin the dreidel and dish out the gelt. Whether it’s replacing the turkey with a delicious seitan roast, toasting the season with dairy and egg-free nog, filling an Easter basket with Read More