Vegetarian Air Time on PBS Cooking Shows

Thursday, October 13, 2011 Lane 1

Someone sent me a link to a petition which I think is well worth signing… so I’m putting it out here for all of you to review for yourselves.  The request is that PBS ensure that their cooking shows reflect current USDA guidelines which suggest that we concentrate on vegetables [keep reading…]

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Vegan Desserts Make The Grade

Friday, February 13, 2009 Lane 8

I’m continually impressed with how mainstream veganism is becoming.  Sure, it’s not always easy to get a vegan meal at a restaurant without “working with” your server.  But it is getting easier.  And the number of vegan products seems to be increasing.  Now, we’re even getting representation in Gourmet magazine.   [keep reading…]

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Vegan Protein

Tuesday, February 3, 2009 Lane 13

So after writing about the born-again carnivore yesterday, I wanted to write a post that promotes a vegan diet tonight.  This is a vegan blog after all! So what’s the first thing people ask you when you say you’ve gone vegan?  Where do you get your protein?    Jack Norris, co-founder [keep reading…]

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PETA Won’t Be At The Super Bowl

Tuesday, January 27, 2009 Lane 8

For those of you who don’t know, this weekend is the Super Bowl. The culmination of the 2008 American football season. And perhaps the most watched event annually. PETA’s “Veggie Love” Super Bowl campaign has been banned by NBC. My first reaction was where did PETA get $3 million for [keep reading…]

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Combat Global Warming – Eat Vegan

Thursday, December 4, 2008 Lane 3

Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the US blogged about “Your Plate, Your Planet” (in other words, what you eat affects the environment) tonight.  It’s something I ranted about a few times over the summer. Eating lower on the food chain is a very effective tool [keep reading…]

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The Vegan 100 – 100 Things You Should Try

Tuesday, September 2, 2008 Lane 11

Many of you have probably already seen The Vegan’s Hundred list.  There are other ”Hundred” food memes circulating round the blogosphere (The Omnivore’s Hundred, which started the trend; and The Vegetarian’s Hundred).  Generally these a little bit of fluff we bloggers can use a way of introducing ourselves.  Jane and [keep reading…]

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So Where Does This Guy Stand on Animal Rights Anyway?

Wednesday, August 13, 2008 Lane 10

I’m confused. I read a commentary in the NY Times Op-Ed section tonight and I really don’t get what side the author is supposedly arguing. Nicholas Kristof starts off by saying: In a world in which animal rights are gaining ground, barbecue season should make me feel guilty. My hunch [keep reading…]

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Some of Our Favorites…

Monday, July 7, 2008 Lane 0

The first four blogs are on topic, the last three are blogs that aren’t, but are on our daily “must read” list. We hope you enjoy our selections. Well, first, we have to nominate Susan over at Fat Free Vegan. She puts out vegan recipes that are (mostly) fat-free, (mostly) [keep reading…]

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57 Health Benefits of Going Vegan

Thursday, July 3, 2008 Lane 11

Yes, you read that correctly. According to Alisa Miller over at NursingDegree.com, there are 57 health benefits associated with eating vegan. Actually, she’s listed 47 health benefits and 10 other items of potential interest to the vegan eater. None of this information is new, but it certainly bears repeating. Below [keep reading…]

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Oprah’s Vegan Venture

Saturday, June 7, 2008 Lane 0

Although we can’t take credit for getting Oprah to try a vegan diet, Jane and I are pretty excited about the whole thing. I feel a little funny blogging about her so much, this is a vegan blog after all, not an Oprah blog (and I’m a guy — next [keep reading…]

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Vegan Recipe Challenger Beats Meat

Tuesday, May 6, 2008 Lane 4

A few weeks ago we wrote about a new blog, Hezbollah Tofu. Their purpose, to counter Anthony Bourdain’s anti-vegan bias by creating veganized versions of Mr. Bourdain’s “masturbatory, blood-oozing recipes.” Ultimately, they plan on compiling these recipes and selling them, with proceeds donated to vegan outreach organizations in the name [keep reading…]

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Anthony Bourdain is NOT a Vegan

Friday, March 21, 2008 Lane 18

Well, it’s obvious that Anthony Bourdain is not a vegan, at least if you ever had the misfortune to watch his show, which we did once or twice in our pre-vegan life. But Jane and I both found Mr. Bourdain to be a bit too pretentious. It’s one thing to [keep reading…]

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Alltop — A New “Online Magazine Rack”

Thursday, March 13, 2008 Lane 2

It’s not a vegan site, but this newly launched website can provide a great overview of favorite sites. AllTop has just launched. It’s basically a news aggregator with a wide variety of topics. Jane and I really like the food and health pages, along with the stuff under “geekery” and [keep reading…]

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Blogs About Vegan Eating

Monday, March 10, 2008 Lane 10

This is the inaugural issue of: Blogs About Vegan Eating. If enough of you like this, I will turn it into a regular (weekly?) series. I will present updates about some wonderful recipes and eating ideas that Jane and I have found on other blogs. So without further ado, here’s [keep reading…]

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Vegan Planet has a Blog

Monday, February 18, 2008 Lane 4

I’m so excited. I just found out that Robin Robertson, the author of one of my favorite vegan cookbooks, Vegan Planet, is out here in the blogosphere. Her blog is just over a month old and I’ve already bookmarked a few recipes I’d love Jane to try. Just so you [keep reading…]