Having recently returned from our trip to Asia + New Zealand, we haven’t had a lot of recipe posts lately. I know I’ve missed posting recipes, but what about you, the readers - would you like to see more recipes or more travel posts? When we returned from Thailand, I was surprised and excited to . . .
Veronica from Elegantly Vegan has joined us before as a guest blogger and we're happy to welcome her back to Vegan Miam. A passionate and talented digital designer and vegan cookbook author, Veronica is one of my dearest friends and a genuinely lovely and inspiring lady. Veronica is from Sweden and living in . . .
Hats off to Vegan Black Metal Chef for helping to curate such a kick-ass October 2014 Vegan Cuts snack box. October was a fun box that required no cooking at all and had a wide variety of snacks. This month’s box included nine items - three beverages and six snacks. Two of the snacks . . .
You would be forgiven if progressive and contemporary weren’t words you immediately associated with an historic property under the name Heritage. But the 100-year-old art deco Heritage Auckland Hotel is pioneering a program to promote healthier dining, more local and sustainable ingredients and more inclusive menu options. This initiative, launched earlier this year, . . .
It can be difficult to truly relax on holiday when you’re worried about finding vegan options. That’s why Paresa Resort is refreshing. We didn’t have a single worry during our stay at Paresa since there was always something vegan for us, starting with delightfully refreshing breakfasts and complete with fine dining evenings. . . .
A yoga enthusiast, passionate runner and vegetarian to compassionate vegan convert (vegan since August 2012) - this lovely lady Regina runs the German food blog Muc.Veg, a diminutive for Munich Vegan, that focuses primarily on restaurant reviews and recipes from Munich and beyond. Munich is the city where Regina works, runs, practices yoga and has . . .