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Vegetarian

20 February 2020

Vegetarian
  • A Little Casserole Can Make a Big Difference
    20 February 2020

    By Emilio Gironda

    Since 1981 Our Daily Bread has grown to be Maryland’s largest hot meal program serving more than a quarter of a million meals to those experiencing hunger or food related insecurity issues in Baltimore City. Seven days a week Our Daily Bread serves a nutritious lunch for those in need and on weekdays only breakfast to seniors and individuals with disabilities.

    If you are looking for a way to get involved in your community or to make a tangible difference in someone’s life, then you should consider donating a vegan casserole to Our Daily Bread or to a local hot meal program near you. They are always looking for individuals, groups or families to join in. 

    Use the links below for more information and sample recipes. The recipes are healthy, low-cost, and very easy to make. It can be a great family activity to cook together and it will make a huge difference in other’s lives. And remember, if you are not in the Baltimore area, consider donating a vegan casserole to hot meal program near you.

    See more about the vegan casseroles on our blog: http://www.vrg.org/blog/2016/03/10/vegan-casseroles-for-our-daily-bread/

    Also see Our Daily Bread’s page at:

    http://www.catholiccharities-md.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/casserolerecipes.pdf

  • Are You Looking for Some New Sandwich Spread Ideas?
    20 February 2020

    “Better than Butter Alternatives” from an old issue of Vegetarian Journal offers a wide variety of recipes including Garbanzo “Butter,” Sweet Onion “Butter,” Millet “Butter” Spread, Buttery Flax Seed Condiment, Sweet Miso and Squash “Butter,” Nutty Sweet Potato “Butter,” Cauliflower “Butter,” and Soy Bean “Butter.” See: https://www.vrg.org/journal/vj93mar/1993_mar_better_butter.php

    Chef Nancy Berkoff wrote a Vegetarian Journal article on Fast Sandwich Spreads. Nancy says, “The sandwich fillings in this article do not need to just nestle in between two slices of bread or roll around in a tortilla. Think about packing a container of any of the fillings and dipping or dunking breadsticks; pretzels; wedges of apples or pears; carrot, celery, or jicama sticks; or baked chips into them. If you would like to use any of the fillings as dips, they can be thinned with a small amount of vegan mayonnaise or vegan sour cream.” See: https://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2008issue3/2008_issue3_vegan_tips.php

    The newest edition of Vegetarian Journal is now available on Kindle. In the USA, visit: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LBY2Y7K/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1544727482&sr=8-1&keywords=B07LBY2Y7K In the United Kingdom, visit: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LBY2Y7K/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1544731957&sr=8-1&keywords=B07LBY2Y7K

  • Chimichurri
    20 February 2020


    Jack and I went to Argentina on our honeymoon, where I fell in love with chimichurri. I have a weakness for any vibrant green sauce made with fresh herbs (looking at you, pesto and cilantro lime dressing), and chimichurri is no exception. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a zingy sauce that’s bursting with fresh parsley and oregano. In Argentina, it’s most often served over grilled steak or fish, but the ways to use it don’t end there by any means. In fact, as soon as we flew home from Argentina, I set out to make my own chimichurri […]

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  • Maruchan noodles not vegetarian!?!?!?
    20 February 2020

    I recently had Maruchan soy ramen and I looked it up and it said it’s not vegetarian is that true?

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  • [Homemade] Mushroom Stroganoff
    20 February 2020
  • Top 10 Vegan Restaurants in London
    20 February 2020

    London is known to be one of, if not the most vegan-friendly city in the world. With so much buzz lately on London, we figured we’d go ahead and give you a little more! To read about why London is so great for vegans, with some data to back it up, read our recent post on the rise of Vegan London. But on to the food – where are the top 10 best vegan restaurants in London?  Here are the ones you’ve got to try. Farmacy Everything on the menu is plant-based and free from dairy, refined sugars, additives and chemicals, and the best part? This vegan restaurant is putting the modern twist on the classics. Mediterranean fusion cuisine including pizza, pasta, and salads will keep you coming back. VeganE A place with something for everyone, stop in to VeganE. Big flavor and big portions thrown in with great service make it a must-visit in London. Try something with cheese – as their reviews rave about having the best cheesy dishes around! Purezza Purezza is the UK’s first vegan Italian restaurant, who opened its London branch in March 2018. (The flagship outlet is in Brighton.) The menu features a wide […]

    The post Top 10 Vegan Restaurants in London appeared first on HappyCow.

  • 10 Chocolate Desserts You Must Try from Vegan Shops Worldwide
    20 February 2020

    Whether it’s Valentine’s Day or any day of the year, here are 10 must-try vegan chocolate treats. From nougat to tart, all around the world, you mustn’t miss out on these! Laduree – Los Angeles, California Get the Plaisir Sucré: which literally translates to Sweet Pleasure. Made with hazelnut biscuit, chocolate hazelnut ganache, and chocolate chantilly (a sweetened whipped cream), you’re sure to get your chocolate fix here. Ara Chocolat – Paris, France An award-winning bean-to-bar chocolate maker in Paris? Sign us up! Besides artisinal chocolates, find chocolate cake, chocolate mousse and hot chocolate.  VeganWaf – Brussels, Belgium Have you been missing out on waffles since going vegan? Not anymore. Try this vegan and gluten-free waffle smothered in chocolate.  La Gelateria del Barri – Santiago, Chile Vegan gelato, yes… you’ll find some chocolate gelato here – but did you know you’ll also find decadent vegan brownies? This shop is 100% vegan and, bonus, they don’t use gluten, soy, or added sugar. Vegan Heaven – Taipei, Taiwan Aiming to use organic and local ingredients, this charmingly colorful bakery will have something for everyone. For you chocolate lovers: there’s a dark chocolate tart that’s not to be missed. Fukafe – […]

    The post 10 Chocolate Desserts You Must Try from Vegan Shops Worldwide appeared first on HappyCow.

  • Top 10 Best Vegan Pizza Places in the World
    20 February 2020

    Pizza is one of the most popular foods on Earth… who doesn’t love it?! And in recent years, with the rise of veganism, plant-based pizzas have become even more delicious and creative than ever. From nut-based mozzarella to vegan meat toppings, we’re excited by what the vegan scene has to offer. Here is our 2020 list of the Top 10 Best Vegan Pizza Places in the World.  10. Hank Vegan Pizza – Paris This pizzeria was established 4 years ago by Hank Vegan Burger. They’re a funky establishment offering pizza by the slice, in notable square-shaped slices. You’ll find vegan cheese, Beyond Meat, and a daily special on the menu. Choose from several salad-drink sets, and round it off with dessert if you like.  Visitors on HappyCow consistently note it as the “Best Pizza in Paris.” Bon appétit! 9. Screamer’s Pizzeria – Brooklyn Screamer’s is a popular, casual-style pizzeria in Brooklyn. Reviewers state that it’s “OMG” and “Simply The Best Vegan Pizza Ever.” There are 19 different pizzas to choose from, plus calzone and garlic knots. You can also build your own from a variety of veggie and vegan meat toppings. I scream, you scream, we all scream for…. PIZZA! […]

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  • Top 10 Healthy Vegan Restaurants in LA
    20 February 2020

    January’s nearing an end – with all of the indulgent food over the holidays and into the New Year, you may be seeking some lighter fare. Luckily, the HappyCow app is here to help! Haven’t tried it before? Let’s have a mini-tutorial with one of the world’s most vegan-friendly cities: Los Angeles. Keep reading for a run-down of the top healthy vegan restaurants in LA.  Firstly, if you’re a regular HappyCow user and you don’t have the HappyCow app… what are you waiting for? (Visit this link to learn more about the download.) Second, using the app is easy. Simply open it up, select “Vegan”, “Vegetarian”, or “Veg-Options”, and then click on “Filters”. From here, you can search for a business by name, scan your radius, or sort options by distance, rating, alphabetical, price, or most reviewed. There are even options such as who has outdoor seating, who needs reservations, wheelchair accessibility, who accepts credit cards, and who has WiFi. Among selecting various cuisines and searching for store types (bakeries, hotels, food truck, etc.) you can scroll down to “Categories”. As you can see above, for this search we’ve selected gluten-free, organic, juice bar, macrobiotic, raw food, and salad bar. […]

    The post Top 10 Healthy Vegan Restaurants in LA appeared first on HappyCow.

  • London Vegan Restaurant Scene Evolution
    20 February 2020

    London ranked No. 1 in the world on HappyCow’s Top 10 Vegan Friendly Cities List 2019.  This doesn’t come as a surprise, many of us having already heard, or had the chance to experience first-hand, how wonderful the city’s vegan food scene truly is. The Top 10 Cities List was published in December of 2019, and after letting the results sink in, I couldn’t help but wonder: (1) When was it that London became so great for vegans? (2) Are the number of vegan restaurants catching up to that of vegetarian ones? Keep reading to find out. I was given access to a slice of HappyCow’s Database (as of December 2019), containing the essentials for my analysis: restaurant types (vegan / vegetarian), location (London), and opening/closing dates. After some sorting-through of the raw data, I was able to generate the results below – which hopefully speak for themselves. Note: HappyCow has been in existence online since 1999 – slightly more than 20 years. However, the current system of data recording has been in effect only since 2007. This means that we do not have additional data from prior to 2007. However, since veganism was in its infancy at this time, […]

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