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Foodie Tuesday: Red, White, and Blue (and Greens!)


If there’s one thing Americans love, it’s food-based holidays. With the Fourth of July coming up, a lot of people will be breaking out their grills this weekend to celebrate. Although vegans don’t eat the traditional Independence Day fair, that doesn’t mean that we can’t take part in the fun! Here are a few ideas to celebrate red, white, and blue while still getting your daily greens! Continue reading

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The Future in Foods: Veganism In the Lab?


Flax and chia eggs may be a thing of the past, as Hampton Creek Foods’, a San Francisco-based laboratory, has seventeen scientists working tirelessly to create a flawless egg alternative. Hampton Creek is one of many venture capital-backed startups trying to engineer dietary alternatives that are better for the planet, healthier for people, and save the lives of animals. Who knew that the next step of the clean-food movement would be taking place in labs?
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Martha Stewart Goes Meatless


Attention homemakers and the rest of you hungry for the Hallmark Channel. Martha Stewart and her crew of cooking queens have gone meatless. Continue reading

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Meatless Monday: Sloppy Joe 2G

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Recently I held a cooking class in New York at the Whole Foods in Bowery and a guest came up to me after and said this was one of the recipes that “revolutionized the way she thought about cooking.” Continue reading

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