Here in the United States we’re on the brink of the golden age of artisanal vegan cheesemaking. Vegan cheesemakers are popping up left, right and center and we’re seeing new and different styles with exciting developments and vibrant flavors. Farther afield, when we’re abroad, we still often struggle to find local artisanal vegan cheeses though.
All the way back in 2010, during our first trip to Australia when we spent a week in Sydney, we discovered these scrumptiously tropical and indulgent vegan tapioca puddings from Arlingtons. Two things caught our eye: They are vegan and they are available in Passionfruit flavor. Say no more, because that’s all I needed to
We received our Vegan Cuts Snack Box November 2014 shortly before leaving for our trip to Singapore and Melbourne. Fortunately for us the box was almost exclusively snack foods that would be perfect for the long flights we had scheduled. The only item in the box we didn’t try were the King Soba Noodle Culture Millet
Based in Eugene, Oregon, Vtopian Artisan Cheeses produces delicious exclusively vegan artisanal cheeses. All products are dairy-free, vegan, organic whenever possible and handmade in Eugene. Imber and Mark, the sweet couple behind Vtopian, recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign intended to help grow the brand. They are currently working hard to expand their distribution
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
I always love returning from trips to see what surprises have arrived while I'm away, and the Vegan Cuts snack box is usually one of the first things I open whenever I return home! The September 2014 Vegan Cuts Snack Box was loaded full of all sorts of comfort foods, curated by a celebrity vegan and