Sunday, February 24, 2008

From the Vegan Blogosphere

Here's a sample of what's currently going on in the vegan blogosphere:

8 comments:

Happy Herbivore! said...

Hey Thanks! (for adding my post here - and also sending sweet comments my way). I enjoy your blog too!

and homemade vegan pepperoni? you seriously just made my day~!

p.s. the great thing about the "feast" is I pulled the entire thing together in under 45 minutes! and it fed STARVING adults who has been swimming laps for an hour...

Billy said...

I know, homemade vegan pepperoni, it's crazy!

That's awesome that the meal was put together in under 45 minutes. I love how filling and satisfying Indian is!

Happy Herbivore! said...

Indian rules....

I don't particularly like Vcon... I've made about 10 dishes and I'd say 2 were "good" and the rest were either not good or 'eh...

I'm shocked because I loved VWAV and was obsessed with snobby joes (which is in the book but was released early) and pretty much sold me... oh well....

Billy said...

Indian and Ethiopian are pretty much my favorite foods. Mmm.

pleasantly plump vegan said...

my hubby recently made me the Lemon Bars from Veganomicon that uses Agar flakes. they turned out really great and my hubby was amazed with the agar in action.

Billy said...

Thanks for sharing Pleasantly Plump Vegan. I love lemon bars! I'll have to take a look, as the cookbook is right on my bookshelf.

I've never looked to buy agar. Can you find it at your local health food store? I'm hoping the co-op near me will have it.

Abram said...

Billy, pretty much any Asian grocery store will carry agar agar, as also most health food stores or bulk food places (we have the bulk barn in Canada).

BTW, you can make an awesome jello with agar agar. Same funky texture as gelatin-based jello but completely vegan and delicious.

Did you go to Prince Edward Island yet? If you have, or once you have, I'd be interested to hear how it went, both in general and related to vegan fare.

Billy said...

Thanks Abram. I'm assuming one of the co-ops near me here in Seattle should have it. If not, it's good to know I can pick it up at an Asian grocery store.