vegan

Vegan recipes, lifestyle, and culture presented by the Feast food community.

  • Lola Lana Larsen
    Published 11 days ago
    Vegan-Zen

    Vegan-Zen

    I can't, I can't cut out meat, cheese, EGGS! I love eggs! It would be too hard and I don't want to set myself up to fail!
  • Samantha Bentley
    Published 22 days ago
    Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners

    Easy Vegan Recipes for Beginners

    For most, the idea of going Vegan seems almost impossible. It is met with questions like:
  • Maria Caroline
    Published 24 days ago
    How to be VEGAN

    How to be VEGAN

    Thinking about going vegan? Intrigued by where to begin? Or looking for creative ways to expand your vegan culinary skills?
  • Jackie Green
    Published 28 days ago
    Raw Vegan Snickers Slice

    Raw Vegan Snickers Slice

    One of the most important things for me after going Vegan was to ensure I wasn't missing out on anything. Snickers were absolutely one of those things, so of course, I had to find a way to make a dairy-free version. I chose the most natural ingredients I could find to mimic the flavours of a Snickers bar, and they unintentionally turned out gluten-free, so it just keeps getting better!
  • Samantha Brinker
    Published about a month ago
    Go Vegan! Why Not?

    Go Vegan! Why Not?

    Vegetarianism and veganism are two lifestyles that aren't typically or thoroughly thought about, and that's a problem. I know... the scary V words. Growing up, my parents put meat on my plate just about everyday. I had never thought about it until just recently. As one grows up, they grow apart from traditions they were used to and lifestyles that they once pursued. When you're growing up, you step back and look at the world with a realistic point of view. Riding your bike turns into driving to high school, television shows with your parents turn into hour long talks about your future, reality strikes and you're not a kid anymore. I think while one is maturing, it is critical to think about your diet. What are you putting into your body? Animals. The same things that you lay in bed with, the same creatures that you play ball with and walk in the park beside. Think about that.
  • Peak Interest
    Published 3 months ago
    Is Eating Meat Becoming Obsolete?

    Is Eating Meat Becoming Obsolete?

    As veganism and vegetarianism continues to rise and grow in popularity, replacing the consumption of meat with near identical plant-based alternatives that are not only healthier, but much better for the environment and, in my experience, most of the time taste better, one question continues to come to my mind.
  • Caroline Bunting-Palmer
    Published 5 months ago
    We Need to Talk About Why You Haven't Gone Fully Vegan Yet

    We Need to Talk About Why You Haven't Gone Fully Vegan Yet

    Pull up a chair. Let’s jump straight in with an epic example of lifestyle contrast:
  • 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!
  • Jeannette Perez
    Published 6 months ago
    From Omnivore to Vegan

    From Omnivore to Vegan

    So, you are thinking of going totally vegan. You've been having second thoughts about the environment, saving our planet, your health, feeling sorry for the animals, your weight, etc.
  • Janine Clifton
    Published 6 months ago
    Veganism: A Work in Progress

    Veganism: A Work in Progress

    Two and a half years ago, I transitioned to a Vegan lifestyle after being vegetarian for 28 years and it was something I’d wanted to do for a while but never thought I could. I had absolutely no understanding of what a Vegan diet looked like. I always thought it seemed so ‘extreme.’ I had already omitted meat and fish from my diet and I wondered if I took dairy away, what would be left? How would I survive on a few vegetables?
  • ali rae
    Published 6 months ago
    Being Called "Hummus Queen" and Eight Other Things That Have Happened Since I Went Vegan

    Being Called "Hummus Queen" and Eight Other Things That Have Happened Since I Went Vegan

    I decided to go vegan when I got home from a summer abroad and realized I had gained 10 pounds. I have been vegetarian since I was in 10th grade, and before traveling I had been off dairy for six months to see if it would help clear my skin. (Hint: it did.) But I was going to the land of pizza and cappuccinos... so I went from zero to 1,000 in dairyland as soon as I got off the plane. It was six weeks of salty, creamy, sugary bliss. Then I got home, returned to reality, stepped on a scale, and took a long look in the mirror at the bumps all over my face. It was time to change. And since then, I have never looked back.
  • Scott Lavely
    Published 7 months ago
    Why You Should (Or Shouldn't) Go Vegan!!

    Why You Should (Or Shouldn't) Go Vegan!!

    Hiya! So I am someone who is currently going vegan and I wanted to make this article post for anyone who might be wanting to also go vegan, or is considering it. So, should you go vegan? Eh, no one but YOU can make that decision, so let's break down the pros and cons: