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.
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.
Fast food is not the healthiest option on the planet, but hey, sometimes you’re on the road (like during this holiday season!) and the only thing in sight is an exit with a measly gas station and a few good ole’ American drive-thurs. Luckily, vegans can find a few things.
Halo Top ice cream has skyrocketed in popularity this year, but sadly, vegans and those with allergies could not partake since every flavor contained dairy. Now, Halo Top is answering vegan and lactose intolerant prayers everywhere by releasing seven new flavors that are totally vegan!
The Cinnamon Snail is one of my favorite vegan restaurants in NYC. I’ve been a loyal fan since before they even had a storefront, way back when they were a food truck we had to chase down at different places in the city. They’ve been wildly popular here and for good reason — the food is freakin’ delicious, and both vegans and meat-eaters think so.
The New York Vegan Food and Drink Festival is coming to NYC on October 1, 2017 at Randall’s Island Park. Every food and drink item at this festival is 100% vegan. Awesome!
There are many different kinds of grains in the world, and this book will show you how to use them in ways you may have never thought of before.
America is the land of fast food, buffets, take-out and food trucks. While that stuff is delicious, it can turn into a real hurdle for those who are trying to eat healthier and loose weight – especially if you have diabetes! Are there fast and healthy options for the sugar-conscious?
Happy Thanksgiving! Today, I celebrated the holiday by eating vegan food from The Cinnamon Snail, which is a bomb ass food truck in NYC. It’s seriously some of the best vegan food in this city, and they were offering special Thanksgiving dinners, sides, donuts and pies for pickup this year.