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vegan recipes, reviews, news and tips

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vegan recipes, reviews, news and tips

May 2014 Newsletter

Vegetable & Flower Centerpiece


  • Our Favorite Recipes
  • Love Those Vegan Cookbooks
  • Vegan Men Say What?  Guys, If You Have ED It Might Be Your Lucky Day!
  • Real Men Can't be Vegan?
  • Rethink Food Book Review
  • Carrot Hot Dogs
  • Helpful Tips
VegansEatWhat? is happy to announce that it has added a search feature to the website. This feature allows you to search the entire website by topic or recipe/ingredient. We are also in the process of revising the website and hope to debut the new and improved version mid-May.  The purpose of the changes is to make locating information and recipes easier.

In this issue you will find a recipe for healthy and delicious Cottage Fries from Debbie Devore of the Almost Vegan Cooking School.  You will also find  recipes for Carrot Hot Dogs (yes, you read that correctly ), the O'Sullivan Muffin, Veggie Corn Cakes from Eve at the Joy of Mindful Cooking
and Jackfruit Pulled Pork.   You'll see reviews of the books Rethink Food, and the cookbooks  Afro-Vegan and Blossoming Lotus Vegan World Fusion Cuisine.  You will also find our latest blog by author and activist Gabrielle Allen.  VegansEatWhat? is also debuting a new column, Vegan Men Say What?  This monthly column will feature articles and information that are of particular interest to our male readers and the people who love them.

VegansEatWhat? would like to thank this month's contributing writers: 
Gabrielle Allen, Debbie Devore, Glenn McCarthy, Doug Meier and Justina Walls
Crispy Cottage Fries with Rosemary & Chives
Veggie Corn Cakes
Jackfruit Pulled "PorK"
O'Sullivan Muffin

Favorite Recipes 

Pictured upper left corner then clockwise:  Crispy Cottage Fries with Rosemary & Chives,  Veggie Corn Cakes,  O'Sullivan Muffin and Jackfruit Pulled "Pork."  Click photo for recipe. 

Love Those Vegan Cookbooks

Every month VegansEatWhat? reviews two plant-based cookbooks -  one newly published and one that's been around  longer.   This month we look at Afro-Vegan and Blossoming Lotus Vegan World Fusion Cuisine.


Having grown up in Ft Worth with a mother and grandmother who cooked “traditional Southern” for the most part, this book was a walk down memory lane for me in many ways – minus the ever present can of bacon fat on the stove that was added to most everythingRead More

Blossoming Lotus Vegan World Fusion Cuisine 

When we came across this gorgeous hardcover cookbook in 2004, it inspired a trip to the beautiful island of Kauai. The book, now available in paperback only, thankfully still has all the beautiful photography of food, serene locales and peoples of the world.  Read More

Vegan Men Say What? 

Guys, If You Have ED it Might be Your Lucky DayRead More

Real Men Can't Be Vegan? - Let's Change A Prevailing Myth!

Our 21st century society is much slower in accepting a male’s rejection of a good, hearty slab of beef than a woman’s. But does that mean men are programmed to crave meat?  Read More

Rethink Food - 100+ Doctors Can't Be Wrong

While many of us have read about the correlation between eating meat and high cholesterol, Rethink Food is one of the most comprehensive books I have read about all of the health consequences of consuming animals and their by-products. The book is for anyone who cares about his or her health, the health of a loved one or friend.  Read More
Carrot Hot Dog

Carrot Hot Dogs? 
We were intrigued and had to try them. 
Our verdict:  "S" for Super Idea! 
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Tips from Door to Door Organics

When you buy berries, immediately toss out the bad ones and place the remaining berries in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.  Wash the berries before consuming and for best flavor, let them warm to room temperature before eating.  Peaches, nectarines and plums don't like plastic bags.  Ripen at room temperature (or in a paper bag to speed process) then place in a dry fruit drawer for up to 5 days.   
VeganEatWhat? will be at the Boulder Creek Festival May 24-26, 2014.  If you plan on attending please stop by our booth for free recipes.  We will also have T-shirts, aprons and bags available. 
If you haven't already done so, mark your calendar for July 5th and 6th for the 2014 Colorado Veg Fest!  Guest speakers include best selling author Dr. Will Tuttle (The World Peace Diet).  For more information visit   
Vegan diets are DELICIOUS, DIVERSE and BENEFICIAL to people, animals and our planet.  Have a great May!
Kris Giovanini     

VegansEatWhat? is a 501(c)(3) non profit dedicated to promoting the diversity, deliciousness and benefits of plant-based diets.  Please share this Newsletter with others. 

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