Food & Recipe of the Month: Oil-Free Onion Rings

Care of Andrea Howe, of glowingongreens.com  Onions may not be something to cry over after all! A member of the allium family, these vegetables have been consumed for centuries due to their rich flavours and medicinal properties. Onions can be incorporated into almost every savoury dish for a boost of flavour, colour, and health benefits. They have… Read more »

May Social Group Events

Social Dinner Group The next dinner is on May 17th at 7 pm at Green Earth (385 Broadview Avenue). RSVP to tvadinner@veg.ca by May 15th. Veggies of Halton-Peel  Saturday, May 26th 1:00 pm at Raw Aura (94 Lakeshore Road East, in Port Credit) This restaurant has been a favourite for our group for many years. Due to… Read more »

Food and Recipe of the Month: Garlic Chives

Care of Amy Symington at ameliaeats.com  As the Spring weather approaches so does our excitement for fresh produce. Spring herbs like garlic chives are not only a nice fresh and flavourful treat after a long, cold, root vegetable-laden winter, but they are also beneficial to us health wise. Garlic chives are abundant in folate, riboflavin,… Read more »

April Social Group Events

Social Dinner Group The next dinner is on April 19th at 7 pm at Greens Vegetarian (638 Dundas Street West, near Bathurst). RSVP to tvadinner@veg.ca by April 18th. Veggies of Hamilton-Burlington and Halton-Peel – Joint Meet Up! Saturday, April 21st at 5:00 pm at Saigon on Brant (474 Brant St., in Burlington) This Vietnamese Restaurant has… Read more »

Celebrate the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale

Join us for the Toronto location of the Annual Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale at the TVA Resource Centre! There will be cupcakes, cookies, confections, and more. And you’ll support a great cause: inspiring people to choose a healthier, greener, more compassionate lifestyle through plant-based eating. All proceeds support the TVA. You may want to bring… Read more »

Food and Recipe of the Month: Maple Syrup

Care of Andrea Howe at www.glowingongreens.com As the weather begin to warm, maple syrup season begins! This Canadian staple has been an ingredient used for centuries. Along with its rich taste, it comes with many health benefits. Compared to other sweeteners, maple syrup contains numerous antioxidants and can be beneficial for reducing free radical damage… Read more »

March 2018 Social Group Events

Veggies of Hamilton-Burlington Meet for a delicious meal at Planted in Hamilton, a new plant-based and gluten-free restaurant, on Saturday, March 24th at 5:30 pm. After dinner, they’ll head over to the Coffee House for a 2.5 hour concert in a relaxed, coffee house setting with light refreshments. RSVP by Friday, March 23rd at 5:30… Read more »

Contract Posting – Veg Guide Coordinator

Position Type: One year contract with deliverables focused on Summer 2018 Compensation: $11,700 spread over 12-months paid according to deliverables Application Deadline: Wednesday February 28th, 2018 Founded in 1945, the Toronto Vegetarian Association (TVA) located at 17 Baldwin Street, Toronto, is the largest vegetarian/vegan organization in Canada. We are a registered charity; our mission is to inspire people… Read more »

Vegan Personal Trainers in Toronto

Maximum Booty Is your veg lifestyle too intimidating for personal trainers in Toronto? Are you tired of hearing that you need more protein, vegans can’t build muscle. But bacon! Thankfully, Jonathan Hodgson has been a vegan personal trainer for years and has clocked thousands of hours helping clients build muscle and strengthen their joints through… Read more »

Food and Recipe of the Month: Cashews

Care of Amy Symington at ameliaeats.com  If you lead a mostly plant based diet, you are very familiar with the versatility of the cashew nut. Creamy, sweet, savoury, spicy, and salty – the possibilities are actually endless. The good news is that cashews as part of a whole-foods, plant-based diet are also beneficial to your… Read more »