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How to Prepare Kabocha Squash



Kabocha squash, also known as Japanese pumpkin, has a firm green skin and a bright orange flesh. When cooked this sweet flesh softens and fluffs easily and has a flavor and texture akin to a sweet potato. Kabocha has a lower water content than most squash and the thin green outer skin is edible. Hand-hammered . . .

Vtopian Artisan Cheeses Review



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 . . .

Indian Tacos with Almost Frybread



Visit any powwow in America and you’ll likely find frybread and Indian Tacos. They are just as much a part of the modern powwow culture as dancing and drumming. For those who aren’t familiar with frybread, the name is self-explanatory since it is literally just a fried bread. Made from a dough that includes a . . .

Elegantly Vegan App Review + Worldwide Giveaway (Closed)



I enjoy a good sturdy cookbook in the kitchen, but more often I find myself using my iPad for recipes now. I frequently transcribe recipes from physical cookbooks onto my iPad and like fluidity of being able to alter, adjust and edit as I cook using Evernote. Occasionally I’ll even pick up a . . .

Petite Jalapeño Cornbread Loaves



Today (November 1st) is World Vegan Day! This worldwide celebration started in 1994 to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of The Vegan Society all the way back in November of 1944. This year is the 20th anniversary of World Vegan Day and with celebrations around the world, I would love to know what . . .

Everyday Red Pepper-Tomato Sauce



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 . . .