Can you survive as a vegetarian or vegan in the beautiful Canadian city of Montreal, a place known for cheese curd and gravy-topped poutine and smoked meat sandwiches? Bien sur (like, totally)! Check out our favorite meat-free stops in Montreal.
Coconut, almond, hemp, cashew, soy. The nondairy milk options seem to keep multiplying, and are available more widely now than ever. Soymilk has long been a fixture in many coffee shops; last week Starbucks announced that it will be making coconut milk an option in its U.S. stores, and almond milk has been on the menu at select Dunkin’ Donuts outlets since September. Here's everything you need to know about how your favorite nondairy milk of choice stacks up.
So. Thanksgiving is coming. You’re not eating turkey. But what are you going to have? Sure, you can build a meat-free meal of stuffing, yams, and string beans. But there’s something about overloading on sides that can make you feel kind of empty. We've compiled a round up of protein-rich dishes that will keep you satisfied and be a welcome addition at any holiday table.
We were so busy with work (deadlines!), fun (National Kale Day!), and interviews (we chatted about vegetarian teenagers, secret smoothie ingredients, hemp seeds showing up on drug tests with Samantha Heller on her awesome Sirius XM Doctor Radio Nutrition and Fitness show!) that we totally forgot to post this on Friday. Without any further ado, all the vegetarian-related news, recipes, and tips you’ve been craving.
Have you heard about chia? These little seeds—the same ones used to grow the grass-like "hair" in those infamous Chia Pets—are all the rage in the food world. Not only are they fun to cook with, but they're also a good source of the plant-based form of omega-3 fatty acids, the nutrient found in fish that is good for your heart, brain, skin and more.