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How to Prepare Delicata Squash



Occasionally referred to as the Peanut or Bohemian squash, Delicata is a type of winter squash with an elongated oblong shape and striped skin in shades of cream, green, yellow and orange. The mildly sweet and creamy orange-yellow flesh is similar to that of a Kabocha squash, but not quite as creamy. Delicata can be . . .

Vegan Eats in Auckland



We’ve heard of Wellington as being the cooler cousin to Auckland, and having been to both cities, that does a bit of a disservice to Auckland. It’s larger and more spread out so it’s certainly harder to get sense of the local culture than the smaller city of Wellington, but that doesn’t mean Auckland is . . .

Japanese Kabocha Curry



Ever since I got back from our last trip I’ve been working on perfecting one of my favorite dishes. My Japanese Curry recipe has always been a favorite, but with winter upon us and squash season in full swing I decided to make an alteration and replace potatoes with kabocha squash. With the sweet and . . .

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 . . .