Crisp Vegan Blueberry Muffins



It’s May, the seasons are changing and it’s just about time for the blueberries to hit the market. The berry season is one of my favorite things about being in Oregon over the summer months and one of the reasons I look forward to returning to Oregon soon. Sitting here craving those ripe, juicy and . . .


Vegan Eats in Melbourne



Melbourne is a creative and inspiring city with a flourishing vegan scene. At the epicenter of it all is the vibrant Brunswick Street in Fitzroy (1.5 miles from the CBD); in addition to Smith & Daughters, The Cruelty Free Shop, Vegie Bar and Lord of the Fries there are a number of other smaller, newer . . .


Melbourne: Smith & Daughters



Opened in 2014 by close friends Mo Wyse and Chef Shannon Martinez, Smith & Daughters is located on the vibrant and vegan-friendy Brunswick St. in Fitzroy, Melbourne. The entirely vegan Latin and Spanish inspired menu features a comprehensive cocktail list and a solid selection of small plates, tapas and heartier menu options. Whether you’re going . . .


Vegan Tartar Sauce



We’ve been having a tremendous time in Cape Town, venturing out to see penguins and seals in their natural habitat, visiting local farmers’ markets, sampling the ample and varied produce and taking it all in at the local (slow) pace. Sunny days and vegan options abound, it’s been an amazing trip. I can’t wait to . . .


Halfpint Vegan Dairy Ice Creams Review



Halfpint Vegan Dairy are local Victoria-based producers of vegan, gluten-free, hand made coconut milk ice creams and buttery spreads. We had the opportunity to meet with one of the owners and sample a selection of their ice creams during our time in Melbourne and we instantly fell in love with their line of rich, decadent . . .


Veganlovlie’s Plantain & Whole Yellow Peas Curry



I’m passionate about learning new cuisines and trying new foods. Here in Cape Town I am being exposed to entirely new cultures and cuisines. I’m seeing things like Mauritian cuisine for the first time. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to find any vegan Mauritian food, but as it happens the Mauritian vegan blogger Teenuja of . . .