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I fell behind in MoFo-ing a little. This has been my busiest month of the year since driving halfway across the continent for 4 long damn days. So, in an effort to redeem myself, I give you: my (short-ish) answers … Continue reading
Oil-Free Maple Banana Bread Muffins and Tofu Jerky, What Oil-Free Really Means, and Vegan Food Gifts!
We went for a playdate at Sarah’s place and there was some lovely vegan food on-the-go. Oil-free Maple Banana Bread Muffins – from The Everyday Vegan – recipe on Dreena Burton’s website. I think it’s worth pointing out – while … Continue reading
A lot – perhaps even several – of we crazed Australians, girt by sea, have been filling up the interwebs with yammer about the impending doom that may befall our fair land following our federal election that was all the … Continue reading
Dangers? Benefits? So much drama over a little bean! In my post on Friday, I mentioned one of my current favourite cookbooks called Japanese Cooking: Contemporary and Traditional that features a fair amount of soy in its recipes – perhaps … Continue reading
I’ve been trying out more recipes from my extensive book collection – new and old. My breakfasts were getting dull, so I’ve upped the variety there… and at every meal! Apple Pie Pancakes I usually go with Banana & Brazil … Continue reading
In my new My Favourite Vegan feature I’ll be seeking out and interviewing interesting vegans from all walks of life. If you would like to be included, please get in-contact with me! n00bs and long-term vegans are all welcome. My … Continue reading
My sister-in-law from Japan likes to make us filthy vegan relations this very nommy-yet-simple dish when she visits Australia (along with natto sushi rolls – erk! But the kids – and my husband, har – love natto). She serves it … Continue reading
This recipe is long overdue… so here goes… Most scramble recipes use hard tofu. Personally, I think that’s a bit gross and far too dry… I usually use momen tofu, but silken tofu or maybe a soft medium tofu are … Continue reading