Week in Vegan: Vegan Seders, Soyless Tofu, and Baby Sloths


  • Having a vegan Seder? Here's everything you need to know to keep your event kosher and cruelty-free. Yes, matzoh balls are included.
  • If you're looking for a way to further make your Passover ethical and conscious of issues such as feminism and the discrimination suffered by the LGBT community, Jewish News has some excellent ideas. Even if you're just going traditional, there are some excellent ideas on what to replace the egg and the shank bone with. (Beets are the answer!)


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Week in Vegan: Fake Chicken, Nut Milk, and How to Buy a Bakery


  • If you've been looking for an opportunity to dump your boring corporate job and open a bakery, your ship has arrived! Cinnaholic (omg so good) has started a franchise program. Get it!

  • A recent recall of fake meat (it was labeled as real meat and no one complained) has proven something important: Fake chicken now tastes like real chicken. Hold on to your hats because shit just got real.

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Week in Vegan: Snakes, Steaks, and Samuel L. Jackson


  • Samuel L. Jackson has gone vegan so he can become immortal. It's comforting to know that he'll be around to make sure our planes are snake-free forever!
  • Vegan food mashups are about to hit big, you guys. I can feel it. Who's ready for an avalanche of pizza waffles and meatloaf cupcakes? (Savory cupcakes sound like a beautiful dream.)


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Week In Vegan: Have a Vegan Valentine


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Week In Vegan: Beer, McDonald's Menus, and Foie Gras


  • Here's a (completely subjective) list of the best vegan restaurants in America. I wish we could all just go on a giant road trip and visit all of these. Forget work, let's eat.


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Week in Vegan: Cookies, Cheetahs, and Colbie Caillat


  • James Franco wrote a review of Blackfish. It is about 4,000 words too long and doesn't say anything that Heart's cancellation didn't. But, you know, Franco.
  • Here's a list of the top ten vegan products at Trader Joe's. I had no idea that cookie butter was vegan! I also had no idea that I needed ten jars of it! ::swipes card::


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Week In Vegan: Mirilton, Myq, and Mooing


  • Ready to cut out meat in 2014? Here's some information. Read it and then try a new vegetable. Even if you don't like vegetables (like me).
  • Speaking of new vegetables, here's mine: mirilton. Have you even heard of this before? It sounds like a one-name pop star: Cher, Madonna, Mirilton. They're delicious stuffed. Shout out to Cajun Pacific, where I tried this delicious vegetable pear for the first time. Here's a recipe.


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Week in Vegan: Drinks, Debates, and Dogg


  • Here's a debate about veganism that features a panel of actual experts and not just a group of Bacon Bros going on and on about how vegans are sissies who can't score. More importantly, Gene Bauer is on the panel. Farm Sanctuary for president!


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Week in Vegan: Cows, Cats, and Carrots


  • Looking for last-minute holiday gifts? According to The Tennessean, faux fur and leather are In. Apparently, everything's better in 2014. The faux technology's stronger, the prices are lower, and the faux fur more furry than ever. Before you get too excited, a Marni faux fur jacket still costs $1,900.


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Week In Vegan: Bailey's, Blackfish, and more Beyoncé


  • Just in time to get drunk with your relatives, it's a recipe for a vegan version of Bailey's. I'm gonna drink about a gallon of this and then go cuddle in a pile of bunnies (i.e. fall asleep under the Christmas tree. Again.)
  • After watching Blackfish, the damning documentary about how evil Seaworld is, even Martina McBride doesn't want to perform there. What are you going to do SeaWorld? It's not like Ke$ha's breaking down your turnstiles! In related news, Trisha Yearwood has also cancelled. Predictably, no one cared. Sorry, Trisha!


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