Vegan Pub Buns



Things are really picking up and our travel schedule is starting to get rather busy, beginning with a quick trip to Taiwan this month. Fortunately we have the lovely Jojo from Vegan.In.Brighton to fill in with a guest post later this week. But before we head to Taiwan for yet another trip full of food


Pad Thai Jay with Yellow Tofu



This vegan version of Pad Thai, also known as Pad Thai Jay, is inspired by the street food we tried in Thailand during the Phuket Vegetarian Festival. Pad Thai is an iconic Thai stir fried noodle dish in a tamarind based sauce. Along with being one of the national dishes of Thailand, it is also


Wild Mushroom + Daikon Radish Cake



Known as the Spring Festival, Chinese New Year is a grand celebration centered around family and food. While marginally celebrated in America, this holiday is recognized in most countries across Asia and anywhere else in the world there is a Chinese diaspora. It is customary to celebrate the first day of the Chinese New Year


Ms Knickerbocker Review + Giveaway (Australia, 3 Winners)



I typically buy drinking chocolate powders that are all-natural, often organic and always vegan. So when I decided to try Ms Knickerbocker I was curious what would make it any different from the next one. To begin with, this small Australian owned and Australian made family company from Warrimoo, NSW uses no artificial colors, flavors


Kabocha Risotto with Sautéed Chard & Spiced Pepitas



I’m excited to join Ordinary Vegan to share my recipe for Kabocha Risotto with Sautéed Chard & Spiced Pepitas. This creamy, wintery Kabocha Risotto is indulgently satisfying, with a rich variety of flavors and textures that are sure to please. It’s earthy and sweet from the pureed kabocha squash, slightly tangy from the sherry vinegar


Farmer Jo Muesli Review



We love that Australians have a distinct appreciation for fresh, simple foods; why else would the natural wonder of avocado on toast be so popular? The only breakfast staple more ubiquitous than avo on toast though is the Australian classic of muesli. Sure, in the US we have muesli, but I swear it's nothing like