vegetarian eco camp

Featured Business Members – March 2016

  Fauxmagerie Zengarry www.zengarry.com Fauxmagerie Zengarry Cashew Cheese is a delicious, no compromise vegan cheese alternative. “Made locally in Glengarry, Ontario, we craft our cashew cheeses by hand with love and fresh wholesome ingredients including raw organic cashews, cold-pressed organic coconut oil, local organic garlic and fresh herbs and spices.” Zengarry cheeses are also raw and lacto-fermented. “Each of our cheeses is cultured for 24-48 hours with probiotics that aid in digestion and help maintain a healthy intestinal micro-flora.”  Zengarry Artisanal Cashew Cheeses are available in 6 delicious, classic flavours, including Brie Style, Gruyère Style, and Sundried Tomato and Basil, and are sold in health food stores across Ontario and Quebec. Visit their website for more details and a list of retailers in your area!     King’s Café 192 Augusta Ave., (Kensington Market) 416-591-1340, www.kingscafe.com “King’s Café exists to make healthy, vegetarian food accessible to people who choose to have them, giving them the option to live a healthier life! And it isn’t about eating tasteless vegetables. King’s creative kitchen brings you the best vegetarian meals you… Read More


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A Sneak Peak at Vegetarian Eco Camp

By Sanjana S, Vegetarian Eco-Camper in 2014, age 13 “How can you possibly live without bacon? Or steak? Or chicken wings?” This is something that almost every vegetarian kid faces at school, and after a while it gets tiring. So one of many things that really appealed to me about Veg Eco Camp was being around so many like-minded kids who ‘got it’. Kids who understood what it’s like to say, “I’m sorry, I don’t eat that” at their best friend’s birthday party, and kids who knew what it felt like to have to go to a ‘special’ line to get food because they didn’t eat what everyone else was eating. Vegetarian Eco Camp not only convinced me that I was doing the right thing, (that being vegetarian wasn’t weird, that it was humane) but the camp also inspired me to do more. Through workshops, lessons and activities, I learned to be more aware of everything I did. From whether or not my t-shirt was made in a sweatshop, to if my chocolate was fair trade, to whether or not my shampoo was animal tested, to how my words could affect so many people, camp made me a better person. Read More


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