Vegan recipes, lifestyle, and culture presented by the Feast food community.
5 Must-Have Trader Joe's Vegan Holiday Items To Keep It Festive From Home
Holidays are of course looking really different this year due to COVID, which is a bummer, but I always remind myself that life is what you make of it! So, just because we can't spend the holidays with the family and friends we usually would, doesn't mean we can't enjoy ourselves a little fun from home.
Peanut Butter Crinkle Cookies
Man, I practically grew up on peanut butter cookies! My mom had a recipe using just peanut butter, eggs, and sugar that she would whip up for almost every occasion. I usually crave them around the holidays, but since I'm vegan now, I had to improvise.
Mincecuits! Gluten free, dairy free seasonal cookies
People who know me well have always marvelled at how I manage to do shopping and cook meals with so many allergies between us.
Miso Almond Chocolate Chunk Cookies
I think this is a perfect recipe for a cookie swap because it’s easy to make, unique, memorable, and tastes better than anything you can get from the store! Plus it’s just fun to say “Miso Almond Chocolate Chunk Cookies”!
- Third Place in Cookie Swap Challenge
Crowd-Pleasing Holiday Cookies
Holiday Quarantine has definitely been hard on all of us. I never could have predicted that 2020 would start and end this way, and I'm sure that the business closures and social distancing has brought some unwelcome stress into our lives. WE NEED STRESS RELIEF AND WE NEED IT NOW!
The Vegan and the Beef
I have toyed with veganism in the past few years but I've never seen enough evidence to show that it is any healthier or better for the environment than being a meat eater.
Vegan made easy
Are you trying to eat less meat and dairy and incorporate more vegan options into your diet? Well I’m here to give you a few easy recipes you can do at home!
100% Vegan : Soft Vanilla and Ginger Shortbread Biscuits
Of course, you probably know me very well for invading Vocal with my film studies stuff and articles entitled ‘a filmmaker’s guide’. I have often explained that I love to bake as well. Since I was young, I have loved the idea, the creativity and the relaxation of baking different things. I love to make macarons, layer cakes and gingerbread in particular and the activity of it really gets me away from my laptop (where I’m sure you know that I spend most of my life). So, I hope you enjoy me talking about what I bake and why I bake it complete with pictures (if not very good) of me actually baking, my baked goods in the process of being created and when they’re finished. I’m really happy to share this with you. And if you like, you can show me your baking (yes, I spend a lot of time writing, but I also spend a lot of time reading other people’s articles!), I would love to see it. Since I was in school, I was always interested in creating things, whether that be pieces of writing, welding things to make small statues or baking foods and making sweets (candy, if you’re American). I hope you enjoy looking at some of the stuff that has honestly kept me sane, because I seem to be going slightly mad.
Hi, I'm Hannah. I am Vegan and I thought it would be fun to come and tell you about my experience in going from eating meat to going vegan and all the things people don't always talk about when you change over to a different food lifestyle.
Hi, I want to talk to you guys about veganism, I know I know, people don't like vegans because we're seen as pushy, preachy, obnoxious, so on and so forth. But hear me out, we don't mean to come off as obnoxious or any of the above, what we want is to teach you guys about the way your food is brought from farm to plate, we want you to know what you're eating and putting in your body, not because we hate you or want to "force our views on you" in fact its the opposite. Yes the opposite, we promote watching a documentary on youtube which is two hours long, and to be quite honest very graphic, so I'll spare you, unless you already know what the documentary is called and have seen it, as I have. so let me dive in, as I've been slightly rambling so far.
The Perfect Cure To a Fall Sweet Tooth.
Once fall season arrives, baking is one of the things that I can always do with my sister. It started in Fall 2019. In our old apartment, we would always find ourselves baking new recipes and cooking new dishes. It was something we did very often. We’d always bring our Bluetooth speaker into our little kitchen and think of new foods or desserts to make.
Vegan in Morocco
Before I came to live and study in Morocco, I was scared that I would starve as a vegan. People told me horror stories of their hair falling out, meat-only options, or a year of only bread. While Morocco may not be the typical “vegan travel spot”, I actually think its an amazing place to be vegan, especially if you follow a more “whole foods” diet. You won’t find the Impossible Burger here, but the fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes that are so common in the diet are fulfilling. Where to start?