The Lazy Vegan’s Basic Recipes For Thanksgiving

By: Caitlin D So let’s face it, the holiday season is not exactly the healthiest time of year. From the never ending appetizers, to the traditionally heavy holiday dishes, it can be hard to stick to our healthy diet and lifestyle. Thanksgiving can be especially difficult for vegans and vegetarians as the main dish revolves [...]

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Vegan or Bust

By: Caitlin L. I know that most vegetarians have thought about it. It gives you the ability to use the Earth as your cafeteria, brag that your diet is 100% “green” and count animals as friends, not a food group. That’s right, it’s veganism. Whether or not this scares you or excites you, it’s safe [...]

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New England Vegetarians Unite!

The 15th annual Boston Vegetarian Food Festival is just around the corner!  The annual event is sponsored by the Boston Vegetarian Society, an all-volunteer non-profit organization that seeks to increase awareness of the vegetarian lifestyle as well as advance the way of life. The Boston Vegetarian Food Festival is open to all people of all [...]

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Indian Cuisine is the Brahmin of Vegetarian Cooking

I have experimented with many different types of cooking, from Chinese to Mexican, and a lot of the non-European cuisines have something to offer in terms of flavor. However, none comes close to the variety and depth of flavor that Indian cooking achieves.

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