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Vegan London : Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in London PIZZA RESTAURANTS - Warning! Many vegans wrongly assume that all pizza without cheese is vegan. In some pizza restaurants in the UK the pizza base or the tomato sauce contain dairy or other animal-derived ingredients. Also, pasta dishes are often made using egg pasta! A summary of the main pizza restaurants follows. Pizza Express have written to us (see letter) to confirm that that their pizza bases are suitable for vegans, as is their tomato base which is simply fresh tomatoes, salt, pepper and fresh basil. Ask Restaurants (ASK) have confirmed that that their Margharita, Mushroom, and Vegetariana pizzas (ordered without cheese, of course!) Pizza Hut: they have reformulated their pizza bases - Pan and Italian bases are suitable for vegans providing that the pizza toppings you order do not contain cheese and meat products. CHAIN OF CAFES & RESTAURANTS I'm a little loathe to include omnivorous restaurants on these web pages.

Mitt Gröna Kök Fake Food Free Recetas veganas, recetas vegetarianas fáciles Sección Recetas Distintas recetas de cocina vegetarianas. Todas son veganas, sin productos de origen animal. Este recetario está pensado sobre todo para contener recetas fáciles vegetarianas, sin embargo también hay sugerencias más elaboradas. Recordad que toda receta es orientativa: cambiad unos ingredientes por otros, añadid, quitad, aprovechad lo que tengáis en casa, experimentad, divertíos... Ultimas recetas veganas publicadas Cremas, sopas y purés Recetas ideales para primeros platos veganos de cremas, sopas y purés. Sopas y cremas frías Selección de recetas de sopas y cremas frías veganas fáciles para el verano. Pastas y arroces Recetas veganas de arroces y pasta (fideos, macarrones, couscous, spagetti, etc..) Hay tanto recetas tradicionales, sus adaptaciones a la cocina vegana, así como otras recetas más creativas. Hamburguesas vegetales veganas Recetas veganas de hamburguesas vegetales. Setas, hongos comestibles, champiñones Recetas veganas con setas (hongos comestibles). Legumbres

Troo Food Liberation Vegan Good Things This is a loooong overdue post. I've had my copy of Brian Patton's (aka The Sexy Vegan) Happy Hour at Home for many months now, but as I mentioned in my last post, the arrival of my copy of Brian's latest book coincided with the arrival of a three month bout of morning sickness. While I still won't be drinking any cocktails for the foreseeable future, I've been getting my cooking (and eating) mojo back, thanks in large part to this new book. I reviewed Brian's first book last year, and it's no secret that I'm a big fan of the guy. He's totally hilarious, and the fact that he floated the idea of naming his second book Sexy 2: Electric Vindaloo means that we are kindred spirits, because if you find a way to toss this particular movie reference into a conversation, I will totally be your BFF. There are so many recipes that I have flagged to make, but the first one I did was the Stromboli. There also is a video for this recipe here The Starburst Makes 1 cocktail

The Raw Chef: Raw Recipes I created these stuffed vine leaves after tasting the cooked version. Seeing as anything cooked can be made better raw, I just had to come up with this alternative, which, I have to say really fills a gap. This recipe will make 16+ rolls depending on the size of your vine leaves and how much mixture you put in. Eating 2 is usually enough for me in one sitting! I have found a sushi rolling mat (pictured) very useful in rolling nice tight leaves, and as for the leaves themselves... You can pickle your own, which involves finding fresh ones - I found some organic ones on ebay! You also have the option of buying ones in a jar that are already pickled. To the recipe...

Fresh Bruschetta w/ Toasted Italian Bread | Fresh Italian Bruschetta w/ Toasted Bread Time: 7 Minutes Yield: 36 Pieces (Item Recipe) Naturally Vegan & Vegetarian Ingredients: 4 Cups Fresh Raw Organic Roma Tomatoes 1 Cup Fresh Organic Basil, washed and dried 4 Tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil 5 Cloves Raw Organic Garlic Sea Salt & Freshly Ground Black Pepper 1-2 Italian Organic Baguette or Italian Bread, sliced 1 inch thick’ Directions: Preheat oven 375. Next get out your organic garlic. Next you are going to remove the skin from 5 -6 garlic cloves. In a food processor take your tomatoes and basil. Now add your garlic to the food processor in whole cloves. Then add olive oil, sea salt and pepper pulsing until smooth but still a little chunky. On a baking sheet lay out your bread slices. Take your fresh brushetta and put it in a bowl. Note: This is delicious to have on hand for bread, as a dip, on a salad, over veggies, on a sandwich, over pasta and so much more. Like this: Like Loading...

La Vida Vegan Sunrise Morning Muesli luxhippie: I never eat cereal. Don’t get me wrong, cereal is delicious, but I find myself eating 3 bowls before I’m full, getting a carb and sugar overload, and then feeling like crap afterwards. I can’t even recall the last time I bought a box of cereal, but this morning, I was definitely craving some crunchy, milky goodness.Rather than eating your typical ‘cereal,’ I usually opt for muesli, a more balanced combination of oats and fruit. I first got hooked on muesli when I was traveling Switzerland. Wannabe A Vegan! | Going From Vegetarian to Vegan…really, no more cheese? So I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve never had oyster mushrooms. I typically stick to white, crimini, shiitake, and portabellas. Part of the reason I enjoy testing so much is because it gives me the opportunity to try new things. I’ve been wanting to try oyster mushrooms so when I saw a recipe using them from Terry Hope Romero, I jumped on it and am so glad I did. I picked up these beauties at the farmer’s market this weekend: Oyster Mushrooms And after using the super secret tester recipe I got this: Oyster Mushroom Arepas Arepas are the Venezuelan equivalent of little fat tortillas or sopes, if you’ve had those. Arepas So be on the lookout for Terry’s upcoming book and go ahead, be adventurous and try something new – like me, you might discover that you actually love something that you haven’t tried before! Now, what to do with all the squash… Pumpkin! Tomatoes & Corn Adjusting to seasonal eating was a bit of a challenge at first but now I truly enjoy it. Apples FM Haul! Til tomorrow…

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