But I Could Never Go Vegan! Review + Giveaway (US/Canada) + Pretzel Dumplings with Mushroom-Sauerkraut Gravy Recipe



Once an unabashed cheese lover, and for a time even a Fromagier, Kristy Turner thought she could never go vegan. But I Could Never Go Vegan! takes inspiration from her own personal journey and helps others along their own journey towards being more informed, educated and skilled in preparing hearty, healthy and flavorsome vegan food. . . .


Ms Knickerbocker Review + Giveaway (Australia, 3 Winners)



I typically buy drinking chocolate powders that are all-natural, often organic and always vegan. So when I decided to try Ms Knickerbocker I was curious what would make it any different from the next one. To begin with, this small Australian owned and Australian made family company from Warrimoo, NSW uses no artificial colors, flavors . . .


Healthy. Happy. Life. Veggie Girl Power Series



This week I am being featured on the Veggie Girl Power Series over at Healthy.Happy.Life. A few months ago I was asked by Kathy from Healthy.Happy.Life to be a part of her Veggie Girl Power Series and I was thrilled and humbled to receive an invitation from the lovely Kathy. She’s an amazing and talented . . .


Kabocha Risotto with Sautéed Chard & Spiced Pepitas



I’m excited to join Ordinary Vegan to share my recipe for Kabocha Risotto with Sautéed Chard & Spiced Pepitas. This creamy, wintery Kabocha Risotto is indulgently satisfying, with a rich variety of flavors and textures that are sure to please. It’s earthy and sweet from the pureed kabocha squash, slightly tangy from the sherry vinegar . . .


Farmer Jo Muesli Review



We love that Australians have a distinct appreciation for fresh, simple foods; why else would the natural wonder of avocado on toast be so popular? The only breakfast staple more ubiquitous than avo on toast though is the Australian classic of muesli. Sure, in the US we have muesli, but I swear it's nothing like . . .


Ottolenghi’s Crushed Puy Lentils with Tahini and Cumin – Veganized



Having recently traded the long summer days of Melbourne for the cold winter months of Oregon, you could say I’m missing the warm weather and excess of sun. We always turn to a bit of comfort food after returning from a long trip away like this though, making use of whatever pantry staples we have . . .