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Interview: Gena Hamshaw of Choosing Raw



I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Gena of Choosing Raw, a woman whom I admire greatly for her strength, her knowledge and her passion for veganism.   What prompted you to start working on your cookbook, 'Choosing Raw'? Do you see yourself working on more cookbooks or perhaps something in the digital sphere like an . . .

Choosing Raw: Raw Corn Salsa



Perfect. That’s all you really need to know about this recipe. But don’t take my word for it, try it and find out for yourself. This insanely mouthwatering salsa is vibrant, fresh and packed full of Latin flavors that just belong together - Avocado, cilantro, green onion, tomato, raw corn and lime . . .

Choosing Raw: Asparagus Quinoa Sushi Rolls



The combination of asparagus and avocado provide the crunch and cream to this roll while the quinoa holds up remarkably well inside the nori without falling apart like you might expect. This recipe made 5 sushi rolls, enough for 3-4 people. These were great leftover and since they held up so well in . . .

3 Vegan Eats in Hong Kong



Going back a few months, we finally got around to visiting Hong Kong for the first time. In April we spent a week in Hong Kong, staying in Mong Kok (旺角), Kowloon - one of the busier, more densely populated and more Chinese districts of the city. Streets here are largely packed full of . . .

Cici: 5 Vegan Eats in Hanoi



Here on Vegan Miam, Cici is taking us to her hometown to share Five Vegan Eats in Hanoi, Vietnam! Cici was born and raised in Hanoi, Vietnam and has been vegan for two years. Having recently spent nearly five years studying in the UK, Cici is now back in Vietnam where she is focusing on vegan-related . . .

Caramelized Angelcots



It's been a crazy week, we've hardly been back from Turin and we are right back in the grind of things. Along with settling back in and cooking up some meals in the comfort of my own kitchen, I have been busy helping a blogger friend migrate from Blogger to WordPress and I am . . .