baking

Virtual Cake Decorating Class

Have you always wanted to learn how to put together a cake, but couldn’t find a vegan-friendly class? Emily from everyone’s favourite Sausage Party has generously offered to show you how in a virtual cake decorating class! This will be a live event, where you can have your camera… Read More

Vegan Baking Group: Square Party!

The Vegan Baking Group’s first in-person event in months! You won’t want to miss this. Bake your favourite vegan square recipe (sweet OR savory) and bring them to share! This event will be capped at 10 people, and social distancing measures will be in place. The exact location of the… Read More

The Vegan Baking Group: Bake Using Seasonal Fruits + Veggies

Bake Using Seasonal Fruits + Veggies Monday, September 2, 2019 at 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM EDT Christie Pits Park, NW of Bloor St West and Christie St, Toronto, Ontario. Happy summer, everyone! I thought I’d put together a last minute event to celebrate the end of summer… Read More

The Vegan Baking Group: Bake Using Seasonal Fruits + Veggies

Bake Using Seasonal Fruits + Veggies Monday, September 2, 2019 at 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM EDT Christie Pits Park, NW of Bloor St West and Christie St, Toronto, Ontario. Happy summer, everyone! I thought I’d put together a last minute event to celebrate the end of summer… Read More

March 2019 Social Group Events

Veggies of Hamilton-Burlington This donut shop in Hamilton closed last year and then re-opened as a vegetarian/vegan bakery and cafe! In addition to plenty of vegan donuts, they now also serve other sweets, soups, chili, and sandwiches. This group will meet at Doughboy Bakery (635 Greenhill Avenue) in Hamilton on Sunday, March 17th at 12:30 pm. RSVP to hamiltonburlington@veg.ca by March 16th at noon. Dinner Social Group The Dinner Social Group will meet at Saigon Lotus (6 St. Andrew Street in Kensington Market) on Thursday, March 21st at 7 pm. RSVP to tvadinner@veg.ca by March 19th. Toronto Veg Fitness On Saturday, March 23rd, enjoy a walk at the Evergreen Brickworks. Hit the trails, enjoy the outdoors, and finish with a bit of shopping at the Saturday market. For more details and to RSVP check out the Facebook event or email fitness@veg.ca Vegan Baking Group On Saturday, March 23rd the Vegan Baking Group is hosting a special event: Welcome the Spring! Are you a vegan cake lover? Celebrate the arrival of spring with amazing cakes, food, live music and dancing! Bring a vegan cake, RSVP on the web app … Read More


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TVA Annual Holiday Book and Bake Sale

It’s that time of the year again… Join us on December 8th for TVA’s annual holiday book and bake sale! We will have a variety of tasty treats available for purchase from 12:30 at the Toronto Vegetarian Association Resource Centre, located at 17 Baldwin St on the second floor. We’ll… Read More

1st summer get together ‘Savory Vegan baking’

Hello Bakers! The summer is here and we are planning our next get together. Yay 🙂 For this time, we have decided to go with the savory theme to provide some change and allow bakers to bake with spicy-savory flavors. It can be baked samosa, spinach pie, veg. Read More

Cookie Pizzas in Grange Park

The Vegan Baking Group presents Cookie Pizzas in Grange Park. We’ll be gathering on Sunday August 27th from 2 to 5 pm at the newly re-opened Grange Park, located directly south of the Art Gallery of Ontario on Dundas between Beverly and McCaul. This time around we will be… Read More

An Act of Sweetness for Animals

By Barbi Lazarus, Donor and Volunteer Resources Coordinator Us vegetarians like to poke fun at the pesky questions we get about our diet that seem so obvious to us. The biggest cliche we joke about of course is the classic “Where do you get your protein?”. But there are others too like “Do you eat yeast?” and “Can you eat pasta?”. I’ll give people credit. Although most dried store-bought pasta is vegan, fresh pasta made at a true Italian restaurant may very well be made with eggs. However I must say, when I get asked if I can eat bread I can’t help but chuckle and struggle to figure out how to even answer such a question. But have you ever been asked if you can eat sugar? Back in the day, yes, plenty of sugar was refined using bone char made from the bones of cows. It is what filtered the sugar to give it the bright white colour. That’s why you’ll find a lot of vegans using organic cane sugar, which functions just like white sugar in baking and taste but has a brown, caramel colour rather than white. However, in Canada we’re… Read More


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