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The Post Punk Kitchen’s Pumpkin French Toast, Barley Salad with Garlic and Parsley from The Vegan Project, and The Messy Vegetarian Cook’s Savory Seitan with Brown Rice.
What’s on today’s menu? Animal-free dishes from awesome vegan blogs, that’s what! If you love eating vegan or just want to try something new, here’s three yummy ways to do so. Start off with a filling breakfast (Pumpkin French Toast) , a pick-me-up lunch (Barley Salad), then end the day with a satisfying dinner (Seitan and Brown Rice) – all vegan!
Veganism isn’t as inaccessible as some may think, and it’s a delicious way to expand your culinary knowledge.
What are your favorite vegan recipes?
Love it! I’m so happy that you feature vegan food and fashion on your blog. Thank you for helping break the stereotype that vegan = boring, expensive and difficult.
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I <3 vegan food.
i CRAVE vegan mac n cheese. Nutritional yeast sauce is the bomb.
my vegan omnivore manifesto: http://rosemaryx.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/the-vegan-omnivore-manifesto-i-love-food-and-i-eat-everything/
I love the Post-Punk kitchen! Excellent post, Angela! xoxo
I’m gonna jump in here with Grace – I love vegan cheese made with nutritional yeast and cashews… especially on vegan nachos!
Yum! That pumpkin french toast looks so yummy! I really need to try the recipe! I have been a vegetarian for 4 and a half years and I think people really underestimate the amount of food options there are out there! Thanks for the recipes!
I’m a pescatarian but eat vegan quite a bit, usually without realising.
I will definitely be checking out these gorgeous-looking recipes!!
I’ve been vegan for year and love all tasty vegan things, but my favorite is definately Vegan Cupcakes!
I will be checking out these recipes for sure thou
I’ve been vegetarian for so long now…and things have been getting boring lately in the kitchen. I love cooking, and these are perfect to try out this week! Thanks!!
I make a mean portobello wellington!
I’ve been vegan for 7 years, and I’m so happy you did a post with such scrumptious food!
Thank you thank you for doing a vegan post! I’m a fairly new vegan (January) and I still find it difficult some times to order from restaurants especially without cheese or milk in the ingredients…posts like this are so encouraging!
While I’m not a vegan or veggie, I have friends who are and who often have that difficulty. It’s be so great if more restaurants offered veg. friendly options! I wonder what we could do a out that?
I’ve had orange seitan before and really got a craving for it this week…I found this recipe and can’t wait to try it!
Yum! Glad to see you featuring these recipes. Another great place to find vegan recipes is VegWeb, VegNews and Vegetarian Times.
Woohoo! Vegan! That’s me.
Thanks for sharing. That pumking french toast looks amazing.
Cold quinoa salads have been my addiction x) I love cold quinoa with some greek dressing, feta, cherry tomatoes, olives, and green onions… delicious 🙂
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