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I posted a picture of my delicious vegan sandwich on the My Vegan Journal Facebook Page , and MVJ “fans” were kind enough to share what they were eating for lunch too! Although we couldn’t all sit around at a giant table & enjoy the feast (how awesome would THAT be?!), it was really nice to see what a HUGE variety of vegan lunches everyone was enjoying around the world! Check it out!
You wouldn’t know it from the plethora of steel-cut oatmeal recipes I have on the blog ( one ), but steel-cut oats are actually my favourite way to enjoy oatmeal. The only problem is I’m usually too hungry to wait 30 minutes to eat breakfast. Hence, my obsession with quick breakfasts like Vegan overnight oats , Green Monsters , and rolled oatmeal.
Whether you're a committed vegan or just trying to eat lighter and healthier with less meat, eggs, and dairy, you don't have to worry about going hungry – or lacking flavor. In this roundup of vegan breakfast ideas and recipes, we've got everything from sweet breakfast bars to savory tempeh bacon, plus a book recommendation. • 1 Breakfast bars – With a little advance planning, you can have breakfast bars to fuel you throughout the week. We're bookmarking these coconut, pumpkin seed, and almond Gluten Free Breakfast Bars from Elana's Pantry, as well as these Crispy Breakfast Bars with puffed cereal and dried fruit from Vegetarian Times. • 2 French toast – Yes, vegans can have French toast!
So you've got all these great fruits and vegetables and now we're going to help you keep them at their freshest with these tips. These tips are from the Berkley Farmer's Market which is a Zero Waste market! Here is a printable PDF of their original tip sheet.
Do you like Italian food? Do you like Mexican food? How about combining lasagna and enchiladas in 1 yummy dish?
About This Site When I started this site up, in April 1997, I wrote some stuff about why I was doing it. You can still read the original page at the Wayback Machine . Things have changed since then; these days I don't need to print my recipes out, since I have a laptop and a kitchen table. But the final paragraph is still relevant: