vegan

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

  • Caroline Bunting-Palmer
    Published 28 days 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 about a month 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 about a month 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 2 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 2 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 3 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:
  • Lani Jade
    Published 3 months ago
    How I'm a Vegan at 15 Years Old
  • Megan Kennedy
    Published 3 months ago
    Vegan and Gluten Free, from Scratch
  • Haley Booker-Lauridson
    Published 5 months ago
    7 Vegan Dishes to Bring to Your Neighborhood Barbecue

    7 Vegan Dishes to Bring to Your Neighborhood Barbecue

    Summer is soon approaching, which means it's about that time of year to enjoy backyard barbecues with friends and family. Even if you're the only vegan on the deck, you can still have fun and eat some delicious food. If you're tasked with bringing a little something to share, here are some options to choose from that even the most militant meat-eater will enjoy.
  • Lindsay W
    Published 5 months ago
    My Journey with a Plant-Based Diet

    My Journey with a Plant-Based Diet

    “I personally chose to go vegan because I educated myself on factory farming and cruelty to animals, and I suddenly realized that what was on my plate were living things, with feelings. And I just couldn’t disconnect myself from it any longer.” -Ellen DeGeneres
  • Will Mowatt
    Published 5 months ago
    The Side-Benefits of Being Vegan

    The Side-Benefits of Being Vegan

    Choosing to live a vegan lifestyle is not only great for the planet, and those we share it with, it's also a great way to take care of yourself.
  • The Bronx Vegan
    Published 6 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.