Vegan recipes, lifestyle, and culture presented by the Feast food community.
Delicious Vegan Mango Cookies
When my brother was little and thought he was in trouble, he would play Possum. He would roll around, drop to the floor and close his eyes. It worked the first few times, then mum got annoyed super fast.
Vegan Browned Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Quarantine has definitely been hard on all of us. I never could have predicted that 2020 would start 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!
I want to start off by saying that this is my personal story of how I became vegan, and the advice I give is totally based off of my experience, so I am by no means an expert.
Convincing people to go vegan
How can you convince someone to go vegan? As I'm a passionate vegan myself and am interested in encouraging more people to reconsider the choice of eating meat, I wanted to publish a piece for vegans to help them at least make their friends and family consider veganism. But I was struggling to find ideas. So the thought occurred to me, why not turn to the vegan community to help answer the question? So I put out this request:
What Veganism and Environmentalism Have In Common and Is It Possible To Convert Others to a Vegan Lifestyle?
A lot of people want to go vegan because it is something they believe lines up with their morals. They are against cruelty toward animals and want to do something meaningful that will contribute to their liberation or to a better and more humane treatment during their lives in the factory farms where most of them are raised. This can be a very noble and worthy goal, but there is more to it than that.
Don’t Be Tricked By Snake-Oil Salesmen: How to Beware of Greenwashing and Creating Meal Plans That Work
Most of us have never heard the term “greenwashing.” In fact, it seems a little bit strange. What is greenwashing and why is it something to be wary of?
Buying In Season: Helpful Tips for a Budget-Friendly Vegan and How Understanding the Human Body Can Benefit Vegans
Eating vegan can seem like a very costly thing to do. And while that may be true at times, especially if you are eating all organic fruits and vegetables and indulging in pre-made vegan products that can cost a fortune, there are actually quite a few ways that you can take buying vegan to the next level and still manage to save some money when you do so.
The Importance of Iron When Living a Vegan Lifestyle and How To Make Sure You Are Eating Healthy Meat Alternatives
Eating vegan can come with a lot of little lifestyle changes, but some of them are very important while others may come down to a matter of preference. Preference should have nothing to do with making sure that you get every vitamin and mineral you should have on a daily basis. Unfortunately, a few too many vegans may easily neglect this aspect of veganism, and later on in life or throughout the course of their diets they begin to encounter some health issues that they could have easily prevented with a little bit of preparation.
Adaptation on Water Cake
I happened upon a recipe for Italian Water Cake and was intrugued. I had never heard of a water cake before so I dove into the recipe and loved the idea, espcially now that we are all social distancing and trying to make use of what we have at home rather than going out on a shopping trip. I researched and read a couple different recipes before I decided to make one of my own. I really loved the simplicity of the recipes and the plus that I could keep it in my repertoire for vegan friends in the future.
Coronavirus. We Need To Go Vegan Now.
I read a quote on Facebook this morning. Simple words yet a profound truth. "Coronavirus may not exist in a vegan world."
15 Convenient Vegan Snacks
When it comes to packing snacks, most of us prefer something simple and convenient. When packing snacks for a plant-based diet this can be difficult at times, particularly if you're packing for different age groups and preferences.
Animal Cruelty Is Deeper Than We Think, But There Is A Solution
“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that is wrong with the world,” said Paul Farmer, a physician and philanthropist who travels worldwide to combat health inequality. Paul recognizes the inequality of human treatment, and we must also view animals in the same way. At times, the truth is shrouded and skewed from not seeing that animals feel compassion, empathy, and pain just as we do. Yet, we discriminate against them because they are not pets. We must find fault within our own habits and how our choices dictate the future of the human race and the future of the species around us. However, this ignorance must end with us spreading awareness of the existence of animal cruelty amongst all species, and how not all cases are brought to the attention of the public.