Veg Directory Updates

Vegetarian Directory Updates – December 2012

New Fresh Produce and Appliances Organic Food Delivery’s mission is to “provide our customers with affordable, nutrient rich organic foods that support living a life of optimal health. Our aim is to support farming practices and community activities that contribute to a healthier planet. We are an online service with the largest distribution area in the GTA. Use your Veg.ca promo code “VEG” and receive 10% off your 1st order, and $10 in free groceries on your 2nd. No membership/ customization fees, just great customer service.” NutriGreen Sproutz is a “start-up grower and distributor of hydroponically grown sprouts for restaurants, retail establishments, and individual customers. We are located in Seguin, Ontario (near Muskoka) and distribute our products to local consumers, neighboring towns, and the Greater Toronto Area. Contact us today for best prices on the freshest sprouts in town! All naturally grown, by passionate people, for conscious foodies, with integrity! Gluten-free. Vegan. Available ALL year round.” Juicerville is where “Canadians shop for high quality juicers at guaranteed rock bottom prices. Bonus gift & free shipping throughout Canada included with most juicers. Juicerville supports a cruelty-free lifestyle by promoting a vegetarian diet… Read More


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Vegetarian Directory Updates – November 2012

New to Toronto Veg Card Program We are extremely pleased to announce that Tori’s Bakeshop (2188 Queen St. E., 647-350-6500) has joined our program for 10% off! Not only can you get delicacies like all vegan croissants, donuts, and chocolate bar bits… you can also get savoury goods like all vegan cheese-ham-broccoli scones. Plus, they are selling their hickory smoked coconut (the “b” in their “b”lt): “sprinkle it over a baked potato or salad…or eat it straight from the jar…” Pull out your card and head over to the Beach! Vegetarian Restaurant find in Etobicoke Tom writes to us about an Indian restaurant in Etobicoke serving Gujarati style fare called Govardhan Thal.(1530 Albion Road, Etobicoke. 416-749-5400) “I happened to be at the Albion Mall, and outside the mall, right next to The Beer Store is a restaurant with a sign saying ‘Full Vegetarian.’ “It is a Gujarati place, selling something like a Thali for only $4. They also have buffet meals with a greater selection for $7.99. And, of course, there is take-out by different sized styrofoam containers. As I’m getting back into being a raw-foodist, I took out some mint sauce, made with uncooked fresh mint leaves… Read More


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Veggie Halloween: Healthy treats and tips for parents

Happy Halloween! We have gathered some healthy treat suggestions, tips for parents and links to several delicious recipes. Candy alert Halloween candy is often not vegan and sometimes not even vegetarian. Read the labels. Here are some ingredients to look out for: Gelatin: Jelling agent made by boiling cows’ and pigs’ skin, tendons, ligaments and bones. Often used as an ingredient in gummy candies. Carmine: a red food dye prepared by boiling dried cochineal insects. Also known as cochineal, carminic acid, natural red 4, or as additive E number 120. Lard (fat from hogs). E number 542 (bone phosphate, an anti-caking agent) Check out PetaKids.com’s Vegan Candy is Dandy article for a list of vegan candies and snacks. Trick them with healthy treats Vegetarian or not, most Halloween candies are over-packaged, chemical laden, and high in refined sweeteners. Avoid the junk by trying some of these alternatives. Many kids will appreciate some healthy variety. The best approach is to give them some choice. Seaweed strips. Natural food stores and Asian markets carry snack sized seaweed packs that many kids love, once they try them. Peanuts in the shell. Fruit cups or applesauce cups. These come in cases of individually wrapped cups. Mini boxes of raisins. Fruit… Read More


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Vegetarian Directory Updates – October 2012

Vegan Dog Food Don’t want to feed your animal-companion something that you wouldn’t eat? V-Dog Vegan dog food is now shipping to Canada. “100% complete & balanced nutrition. V-dog proudly meets or exceeds AAFCO adult dog food nutritional standards and is veterinarian approved. V-Dog food is family owned and manufactured in small batches in California, USA. V-Dog food is 100% plant-based and contains zero animal products and never comes in contact with any animal products before, during or after production. We are as concerned as you are about what goes into our final product and you can rest assured that V-Dog food is 100% vegan and cruelty free. People can order on our website www.v-dog.com or call 888-280-8364.” New All-Vegan Businesses Missing Panacea? AMAZING NEWS! Di Martino Organic Imports have opened up an all-vegan store in the Beaches! “Bello Bio is the only Food Shoppe in Toronto exclusively offering Certified Organic, 100% Vegan products from Italy.Cheeses, pasta, meat alternative,cold cuts, beverages, sweets, specialty foods, Gluten free foods and a made fresh daily array of prepared foods that you can have for lunch, dinner or special occasions. Bello Bio is located at 2308 Queen St. E. Read More


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Vegetarian Directory Updates – June 2012

The June edition of the Vegetarian Directory Updates are too long to show here! Click on Read More Below to learn about: Vegan eggs Feel Good Guru vegan take-out Vegan and Veg options at fancy restaurants Vegan treat of the month club New online vegan shoe store Vegan donuts and other baked goods Veg/Vegan Realtors Nutritional counselors Yoga More deals for Vegetarian Discount Card holders Vegan Eggs!?   Photo Credit This product isn’t available in Ontario yet, but MeShell reviewed her sample and it seems legit. Really real vegan eggs!  “Once upon a time I saw The Vegg online and I thought it was some sort of April Fools Prank that wasn’t possible….Unlike many vegans, I don’t miss cheese, I miss over-easy (easy-over?) eggs. It’s a textural thing that isn’t easy to duplicate through conventional tofu magic. It’s something you can do with a bit of molecular gastronomy (spherification) and black salt to some degree, but it’s not something that’s as easy as crushing up some tofu and throwing it in a pan. Until now.“  The Vegg is a versatile… Read More


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Vegetarian Directory Updates – May 2012

   lovemuffin’s very berry muffin:photo   Baked Goods Were you lucky enough to sample the lovemuffin bakery’s treats at our World Wide Vegan Bake Sale last month? They went fast! Don’t miss out on their muffins, cookies and squares. They are all vegan and have gluten-free options. Some flavours include; Carrot-Orange Ginger muffins and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup cookies. Devine! Oh, and delivery is free to a large area of Toronto! Vegetarian Food Store Jay writes: “Our family operates a small store  which sells mainly frozen vegetarian food and some organic dried goods. Our business has been in operation for more than 10 years and we now sell more than 100 products.” Visit Green Vegetarian Market at 4350 Steeles Ave. E., Markham. (Inside Pacific Mall, Unit B9.) 905 940-0729.    Green Zebra: photo source Meal Delivery Green Zebra has been listing in the Vegetarian Directory for a few years, if you haven’t checked them out yet, I urge you to! We’ve been sending them some good traffic and Green Zebra wanted to thank us, so they sent us food. Lots of food. Everything was so delicious! Each generous serving was… Read More


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