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Vegan Yack Attack: Vegan Kluski



Vegan Yack Attack is back! Jackie Sobon’s Vegan Yack Attack is a favorite blog of mine and one I have welcomed to Vegan Miam before when Jackie shared her recipe for Golabkis. Since this veganized classic Polish stuffed cabbage was a big hit with us, Jackie is sharing another amazing Polish recipe passed down from . . .

Pickles & Honey: Pistachio Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Raisin Cookies



I’m writing this just as we’re preparing to leave Melbourne. It’s amazing how time flies and also remarkable how comfortable we become after a month in certain cities. All these faces, places and experiences quickly just become memories. We are off to Jakarta briefly before heading home to Oregon for a bit. We’ve had a . . .

Coconut and Berries: Vegan Baked Custard Tarts



The lovely Emma from the British vegan blog Coconut and Berries is joining us here at Vegan Miam with a recipe for a vegan version of a classic British dish - baked custard tart! A passionate foodie and a compassionate vegan, this self-taught cook has been sharing healthy plant-based creations on her blog since 2013. . . .

Sweet Potato Soul: Chestnut Tiramisu



Born and raised in Atlanta, NYC based vegan chef, cooking instructor and holistic health coach Jenné Claiborne of Sweet Potato Soul is joining us at Vegan Miam to share an amazing dessert recipe. She created Sweet Potato Soul to share her passion for healthy living, good food and to help others embrace a plant-based lifestyle. . . .

Bamboo Blossom: 5 Vegan Eats in Western Cape, South Africa



Natasha from Bamboo Blossom is a vegan from a coastal town in the Western Cape, a lovely part of South Africa we will be visiting this Spring. Along with her passion for cooking, she also enjoys sewing, crafts and DIY. The sweet comments she leaves on this site compelled me to check out her lifestyle . . .

Wandercrush: Cashew-Peanut Stew (Ghanaian Nkatenkwan)



For Christmas Eve we are joined by the creative and talented Irina Wang. Irina is an Art & Design student in London and runs the blog Wandercrush, a food/travel blog documenting seasonal archives of her life in meals. I'm constantly inspired by her work, and I am clearly not alone - Irina recently received the . . .