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 . . .


Kester Black Nail Polish Review



When we travel I am constantly searching for new, small and different vegan lines to support locally like the Melbourne based Kester Black. This proudly Australian made and owned company has a strong presence throughout Australia and New Zealand and is committed to vegan, sustainable and environmentally friendly production methods. I was provided two colors at . . .


100 Best Juices, Smoothies and Healthy Snacks Review + Giveaway (US/Canada)



Anyone with an interest in raw and vegan desserts will have likely heard of Emily von Euw. Last year I stumbled across Emily von Euw’s beautiful raw dessert creations and began following her award-winning food blog, This Rawsome Vegan Life. From Vancouver, Canada, the gorgeous and inspiring Emily is passionate about cruelty-free and plant-based food . . .


Virtual Vegan Potluck: Mitarashi Dango (Sweet Glazed Japanese Skewered Rice Dumplings)



Good afternoon from Melbourne! We’ve only been here a few days but it’s been absolutely lovely so far! Today is the fifth Virtual Vegan Potluck (December 13, 2014) and this is my third time participating in the VVP in the Appetizer course. It is a one day event that brings participating food bloggers together . . .


Petits Sablés à la Crème de Marron (Petite Shortbread with Chestnut Cream)



I love eating cookies but I rarely think to make cookies. I’m not entirely sure why, but it probably has to do with the fact that I would likely end up eating half of the batch all on my own. Fortunately Kristy and the 3rd Annual Keepin' It Kind Vegan Cookie Swap Party motivated me . . .