My Cuties are gone
I just bought a box of these cuties. I got the coffee break flavor. They have vanilla, chocolate, etc. but the coffee flavor are my very favorites. I’ll be lucky if they make it through the night.
Tofutti, as a company, is very low key. Visit their website –> Tofutti.com and you’ll see what I mean. Very old school vegan/vegetarian as opposed to Alternative Baking Company, which strikes me as new wave vegan.
Anyway, these cuties are good, yum! So is the rest of the stuff Tofutti makes. You’ll see… I will be writing about their stuff over and over because I am always using it in recipes.
As for now, go get some cuties.
The single most delicious Vegan “meat” I’ve found. Have you ever heard of Chorizo, the spicy Mexican sausage usually served at breakfast? Well, Soyrizo is the Vegan equivalent. Visit Frieda’s website.
It is really tasty and as the package says — “Try it with cubed potatoes, onions and peppers.” — and that’s what this recipe is all about and a bit more. Check out one of my fave, quick to prepare meals that will knock you out.
If you want to feel like you are not a vegan, eat this cookie. There isn’t a cookie that is better than these on this planet. I love the espresso chocolate chip. They are huge, delicious, and loaded with calories.
Get some right now at Vegan Essential’s – Online Vegan Grocery Store
Buy direct from Alternative Baking Company (20 cookie minimum) – Alternative Baking Company online ordering
Find them at Whole Foods
Here’s an extensive guide to vegetarian/vegan restaurants near you.
Restaurant Listings in Your City — The Vegetarian Resource Group
Just enter your state, then pick 2 cities near you. I chose Chicago plus an outlying burb and found more vegan and vegan friendly restaurants there than I have ever seen listed in one place on the web. Very informative reviews as well.
Here’s a fantastic, completely vegan spinach dip. I insist you serve
it at your next party for your non-vegan, non-vegetarian friends and
watch them chow it like its totally decadent.
I use the recipe on the back of the Knorr Vegetable Soup, Dip and
Recipe Mix, and with a few very careful substitutions it becomes
totally vegan and I think more delicious.
You decide if you want to tell them its vegan or not.
This is what I mean by almost vegan. Below is a quick and easy to make frozen treat from Amy’s. (I have no affiliation with Amy’s, but I’d be happy to sell advertising to her!)
The soy cheese on this pizza melts nicely and is very tasty. There’s a naughty reason for that – a hint of milk proten that makes it, in my mind, ALMOST VEGAN. Almost… but darn close and I’d say close enough.
The problem with eating vegan is you have to cook all the time. Amy’s makes vegan life a little easier with her incredible vegetarian and vegan frozen foods.
Check out Amy’s website