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 »

Veg Out 415: The Vegan Breakfast and Brunch Show!

Today on Veg Out we talk about all things breakfast and brunch with Jennifer Needham, coordinator of the Toronto Veg Brunch Group. The group chats about their favourite vegan brunch places in the city and what they make at home for their own breakfasts. You can check out Jennifer’s blog here. Listen here!

Fat Gay Vegan

  Care of Florence McCambridge I admit that I’d never heard of Fat Gay Vegan (aka Sean O’Callaghan) before picking up a copy of his book. But after I read a few chapters, checked out his blog and scrolled through his Instagram, it felt like we’d been friends for years. In his book, Sean speaks… Read more »

Veg Out 414: Lauren Toyota

Vegan youtube star Lauren Toyota stops by to talk about her upcoming cookbook Vegan Comfort Classics: 101 Recipes to Feed Your Face, that’s available now for pre-order. Listen now!    

Veg Guide Updates – January 2018

Happy New Year! 2018 is off to a great start with so many new and upcoming veg-friendly places and options to try. Check out the GTA’s newest openings and offerings!   New Restaurants   Hello 123 (1122 Queen St. W., 416-532-3555, www.hello123forever.com) is a new vegan restaurant along the Queen West strip. Brought to you… Read more »

Discount Profile: Boon Burger Burlington

Care of Sherry Bowman On a nice crisp day, we can walk around downtown Burlington and and enjoy the hustle and bustle of activity near the Lakeshore. Due to their long hours, we can visit Boon Burger for lunch or dinner any day of the week. This is a good, casual place to relax with… Read more »

Sindy Says: Grounding Foods and Warming Spices for Winter

Care of Sindy Ng, nutritionist in Toronto The weather is getting cooler as the months go by, and I’m sure many of us shift our eating habits along with the seasons. Long, cold winters can pose challenges for some who want to maintain a vegan lifestyle, but there’s lots of foods we can still enjoy…. Read more »

Veg Out 413: Goal Setting

On today’s edition of Veg Out, John, Jeanette and Steve offer some tips on goal setting for the year. Clink on the link below to hear the full episode, or subscribe through itunes or on our Veg Guide App. Listen to Veg Out! Join the Veg Fitness Club! Three Step Plan to Crush Your New… Read more »

Vegan cooking for the holidays

Care of Florence McCambridge Whether this is your first time cooking a vegan meal for the holidays or you’re just looking for some new menu ideas, The Vegan Holiday Cookbook: From Elegant Appetizers to Festive Mains and Delicious Sweets 
by Marie Laforêt has got you covered. It’s full of recipes and full-colour photos for spreads and… Read more »

Another Great Year at the Veg Food Fest!

Care of Katie Keir, Editorial Director of Lifelines The 33rd Veg Food Fest included more vendors, a ton of new faces and new treats, and more hours of programming to enjoy – plus, the sun was shining all weekend for the 40,000 attendees. Here’s what exhibitors and attendees had to say during the Veg Food… Read more »