Amy’s Kitchen is amazing. This long-standing vegetarian company has been a staple of mine since high school. I’ve posted about them a lot on this blog and Lazy Girl Vegan social media channels that finding Amy’s in grocery stores as a teen helped me transition to vegetarianism in Cincinnati, back when I didn’t know how to cook tempeh or make a grain bowl.
We’ve had a lot of rain and icky weather, but the forecast seems to be finally looking up! I’m ready for the May flowers part of Spring already, but there’s still April favorites to cover.
Layered with Asian flavors and some mighty textural power, these Teriyaki Tempeh Tacos will be perfect to help ring in the next Taco Tuesday!
If you think vegan food is boring or not flavorful, think again! The Bold Flavored Vegan Cooking cook book is a great resource for spicing up your recipe repertoire.
Here are the vegan products I’m loving this month!
Homemade mac & cheese, store-made mac & cheese, boxed mac & cheese, restaurant-made, you name it, I’ve had it. Does anyone else just love mac n’ cheese as much as me? It’s like comfort in a bowl. It’s the last thing I gave up before switching to veganism. Luckily, being vegan means you can still eat mac n’ cheese.
Fried “chicken” and mashed potatoes is the ultimate comfort food pairing. Try this delicious, vegan take on an American classic dish.
No matter what stage you are at in life, Trader Joe’s has a frozen vegan meal for you. We all get busy sometimes, so if you’re going to go with a frozen meal, just add some more greens and veggies to make it healthier. Continue reading
Often, people who are skeptical of veganism say the lifestyle is just too expensive. While it’s true that some specialty, packaged vegan foods can be more expensive than their cheaper-made counterparts, simply eating a vegan diet doesn’t have to be expensive and isn’t a luxury. Frugal Vegan shows you that you CAN be frugal while eating plant-based if you want!