Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes from Brunch to Dinner to Dessert! To help you make this Thanksgiving a Plantsgiving, I've collected recipes and serving suggestions for brunch, dinner, and dessert for your holiday weekend.
New York Times (blog) Vegetarian Thanksgiving 2013: Find Your Favorites New York Times (blog) To celebrate our annual “Vegetarian Thanksgiving,” we are starting the Vegetarian Thanksgiving recipe database, packed with more than 600 delicious...
Most of us love ice-cream but the shop bought versions are usually highly processed, dairy based and loaded with nasties (think sugar). This easy recipe uses the humble coconut, our favorite fruit which is easier to digest, allergy free and loaded with healthy fats!
After my last post, I knew I was destined to make a dessert using my gluten-free graham crackers. It's just the right thing to do. Plus, a girl can only eat so many graham crackers for breakfast! You can imagine.
DigitalJournal.com Norway's military wages war on global warming by going vegan DigitalJournal.com To prove just how serious Norway is about global warming, Eystein Kvarving, a spokesman for Norway's military announced on Tuesday that the Norwegian...
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