Vegan Taiwanese Cold Sesame Noodles 傳統涼麵

23rd September 2015
Vegan Taiwanese cold sesame noodles

This month’s Taiwanese recipe available exclusively in our September 30th newsletter is Vegan Taiwanese Cold Sesame Noodles (傳統涼麵). This perfectly light, easy to prepare and traditional Taiwanese noodle dish is equally as satisfying and refreshing on a warm day as it is any other time of year. But with the […]

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One-Pot Vegan Pasta with Violife Prosociano

19th September 2015
One-Pot Vegan Pasta with Violife Prosociano vegan parmesan

This one-pot vegan pasta was the product of a recent fridge clearing family meal we prepared one evening. Partially inspired by the Spanish Fideo, a dish of broken noodles cooked in the same fashion as paella all in one-pan, we took broken noodles and utilized our leftover produce to craft […]

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Travel Confidently with Allianz Global Assistance

2nd September 2015
Santa Margherita Ligure, an old-fashioned seaside resort on the Italian Riviera, in the region of Liguria, Italy

Things don’t always go as planned when you travel, that’s why it’s important to have travel insurance from a leading company like Allianz Global Assistance. Whether you’re planning your first trip or you’re a seasoned traveler, having Allianz Travel Insurance gives you peace of mind with 24/7 travel assistance and […]

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Taiwanese Tomato Noodle Soup with Yuba

28th August 2015
Vegan Taiwanese tomato noodle soup with yuba and scallions

This month’s Taiwanese recipe available exclusively in our August 31st newsletter is Taiwanese Tomato Noodle Soup with Yuba. It’s good, down to earth, local Taiwanese cooking made simply and full of fresh tomato flavors. This brothy noodle soup is inspired by my childhood and recent visits to vegetarian restaurants in […]

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Sweet Balls from Plant-Powered Families

25th August 2015
Closeup shot of Dreena Burton's SweetBalls, photographed by Vegan Miam

Anyone who appreciates wholesome, creative and downright delectable recipes will love Dreena Burton’s fifth cookbook Plant-Powered Families. This cookbook has over 100 quick and easy kid-approved healthy recipes made using whole-foods. It’s an exceptional cookbook for anyone short on ideas or time and in need of easy to follow recipes […]

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Petit Vour Vegan Beauty Box Review

5th August 2015
Petit Vour Vegan Beauty Box May 2015 Pretty Powerful

Founded and owned by the beautiful Madeline Alcott, Petit Vour is a cruelty-free and vegan monthly beauty box (individual or multi-month subscriptions available) containing around 4 to 5 sample or full-size products for beauty and grooming. Since I’m a bit of a makeup addict and always looking for new and […]

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Vegan Taiwanese Scallion Omelette

30th July 2015
Vegan Taiwanese scallion omelette

Earlier in the week this vegan Taiwanese scallion omelette appeared in our post for homemade Mantou (Taiwanese Steamed Buns). While the recipe for the Mantou will be available in our July 31st newsletter, this scallion omelette recipe is available today. Scallions and egg sometimes seem ever-present throughout Taiwanese cuisine and […]

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Mantou (Taiwanese Steamed Buns)

25th July 2015
Vegan Mantou Taiwanese Steamed Buns with Green Onion Omelette

These steamed buns, known as Mantou, are a favorite of mine in Taiwan. The soft, fluffy steamed buns are traditionally enjoyed throughout the morning with warm freshly made soy milk or sometimes sliced and filled with savory ingredients at your local curbside breakfast stand. Mantou can be prepared sweet or […]

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Vegan Eats in Cape Town, South Africa

24th July 2015
Vegan Eats in Cape Town, South Africa

We recently spent a month in Cape Town, our first trip to Africa, and discovered a city with a rich history, diverse population and an equally rich and diverse culinary landscape. What struck us about Cape Town though was just how small the city felt and how friendly and laid-back […]

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Taiwanese Steamed Scallion Buns

18th July 2015
Vegan Taiwanese steamed scallion buns or mantou

I’m often asked what I go back to Taiwan for. Well, I go for family and I go to eat. Taiwanese are never far from family and always seem to have an unending passion and appetite for their food. From the first thing in the morning at your local breakfast […]

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Canopy Verde Vegan Handbags Review

15th July 2015
Canopy Verde Vegan Brighton Phone Wristlets in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town

Update Congratulations to our three lucky winners: Ashley, Caeli, and Katrin! If you were not one of the lucky three, Canopy Verde is offering one more chance to win a great deal. For one week only, get $20 off any purchase $75 or more plus FREE SHIPPING on all US […]

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Root Vegetable & Fennel Soup For All Seasons

11th July 2015
Vegan Root Vegetable and Fennel Soup For All Seasons

This Root Vegetable & Fennel Soup For All Seasons is a favorite of mine throughout the year. It’s quick and easy to prepare, full-flavored, and has the versatility to be served hot or cold. The sweetness of the fennel and carrot in this soup is perfectly complemented by the acidity […]

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Chickpea Spinach Stew from Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen

30th June 2015
Mango Curry Tofu

For years I have enjoyed reading Richa Hingle’s Vegan Richa blog and I have a deep curiosity in Indian cuisine but I’m admittedly a novice when it comes to cooking it. I love eating Indian food but since it’s a cuisine I’m not too familiar with, those rich flavors and […]

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Watermelon Agua Fresca

24th June 2015
Watermelon Agua Fresca

We love summer and there’s nothing better on a warm summer day than a refreshing beverage. This quick, simple recipe is bound to quench your thirst, satisfy those tastebuds, keep you cool and impress the guests this summer. Agua Fresca, literally fresh water in Spanish, is the ubiquitous drink of […]

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Vegan Birthday Bolo De Bolacha

13th June 2015
Vegan Bolo de Bolacha

This decadent and easy recipe is inspired by our recent travels to Portugal and I have decided to make it in celebration of my birthday. During our time in Porto we were told that nearly every restaurant will have Bolo de Bolacha on the menu. This ubiquitous Portuguese cake is […]

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