The Bronx Vegan

The Bronx Vegan

The Bronx Vegan is a blog that aims to highlight vegan resources in the Bronx through recipes, reviews, and more. This blog is run by Puerto Rican Peruvian Bronxite, Alexis Montoya.

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  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 5 months ago
    Where to Find Gardein in the Bronx

    Where to Find Gardein in the Bronx

    From meatless meatballs to crispy tenders, Gardein blesses vegans with some of the tastiest meatless meats around. Their products have become a staple in my house, especially when I want to make my version of vegan Puerto Rican Pastelillos!
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 8 months ago
    Quick, Healthy, and Delicious Food to Fuel Your Workday

    Quick, Healthy, and Delicious Food to Fuel Your Workday

    After a long search, I finally have a new job! With this new opportunity comes the challenge of figuring out a strategic way to get the right fuel I need every day. With a new schedule and always being on the move, I need easy, healthy food to nourish my body. That’s why I’m so excited to try Daily Harvest, a weekly or monthly plan that incorporates healthy and organic fruits and vegetables.
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 10 months ago
    Everything You Need to Know About Next Stop Vegan’s Opening

    Everything You Need to Know About Next Stop Vegan’s Opening

    On May 1, 2019, Next Stop Vegan, The Bronx’s first vegan meal-prep company, announced their plans to open their doors to the public with a soft opening happening on Saturday, May 11, 2019. From three PM to nine PM, you can visit their humble home located on 1818 Archer Street in the Parkchester area of the Bronx.
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 10 months ago
    The Bronx Vegan Eats: Vegan’s Delight
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 11 months ago
    The Bronx Vegan Eats: La Morada

    The Bronx Vegan Eats: La Morada

    The joy of eating a plant-based diet in the Bronx is finding vegan dishes in the family restaurants scattered throughout the borough. In my veganism, I aim to intertwine consciousness and mindfulness into what I consume when I can. It’s a blessing when I can go to an establishment and know my money is going towards people who care about the issues affecting the community and actively advocates for them. La Morada is one of those restaurants.
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 11 months ago
    The Future of Sazon and Adobo Is Loisa

    The Future of Sazon and Adobo Is Loisa

    Through all my memories of existing in a Puerto Rican household, there was one constant that was never questioned. It was always there in our pantries, in our foods, in every supermarket we’d set foot in. It was the secret to delicious meals that I desperately try to replicate today. The bright orange packaging of sazon and the yellow and blue bottle of adobo are as prevalent and loved in my life as for others, but how did this happen, what are we actually eating, and why?