Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies? These are amazing. Bake up a batch of these easy vegan double chocolate cookies for any occasion you might be celebrating! Made with simple ingredients, they’re crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Just because you (or your dinner mates) are vegan doesn’t mean you have to miss the barbecue. Jackfruit ribs are just as tangy and lip-smacking as the real deal, but they’re totally plant-based (made from jackfruit, a trendy meat substitute that has the consistency of pulled pork). Best of all, there’s no outdoor grill required.
I was speaking to my 98-year old mother this morning. She is incredible. She lives alone. She has all her marbles. It’s really remarkable. She was “a health nut” in the 60’s and 70’s… likely contributed to her longevity, that and good genes; her mom […]
I love coffee cake. It’s one of those cakes that I ask for when my wife says “What kind of cake would you like me to make for you for your birthday?” Here’s a great version from our friends at The Whole Food Plant Based […]
There are some things you miss when you turn vegan. For me, spinach dip is on that list. Nice to see a new recipe from Hot For Food where you can veganize it!
The ad’s plot is centered on a meat industry executive asking for forgiveness in confession after he says he “lied to the world” about terms like “free range” and “all natural.” The priest, played by Cromwell, does not forgive him for his heinous misdeeds and closes the confessional window on him after saying there is no way he can repent. The commercial closes with the words “Go Vegan.”
A representative for PETA explained the ad’s confessional theme to The Daily Meal: “No Hail Mary can absolve someone for duping consumers into feeling good about buying ‘humane’ meat, a myth exploded by countless undercover exposés inside the businesses that produce it.”
Although it is being referred to as a Super Bowl ad, the commercial is only airing online. A PETA representative told Country Living that the commercial was submitted to NBC, but that they were quoted around $10 million and that was before the ad was even approved. According to the humane organization, other brands were only charged around $5 million.
NBC responded to the alleged up-charge by telling the lifestyle outlet, “The price we quoted PETA was consistent with the way we work with advertisers who are seeking to purchase a single ad in the Super Bowl.”
I love Pad Thai. If you are a fan of noodles, peanuts, lime, and the like, you will definitely want to watch this video. You will learn how to make the vegan Pad Thai taste more authentic, fishy, too. Enjoy!