Vegan MoFo, Day 30 – Practice run a dish for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or another upcoming holiday

We take Thanksgiving very seriously around here. I mean, when you love food as much as we do, you have to take the opportunity to make way, way too much of it and share it with your family!

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Vegan MoFo, Day 29 – History

Today’s prompt: History – What would you cook for your favorite historical figure? Well, our pick for this prompt leans a little more towards celebrity rather than historical, and by historical, we mean famous starting this time last year. Why are we twisting it so far? Well, we spent a large chunk of our weekend binge watching Season 2 of Stranger Things. The first season absolutely blew our minds, so we new that we would need to set aside time to watch it right away. I could go on and on, but we really should be talking about food here on our food blog. Continue reading

Vegan MoFo, Day 11: Kitchen Tour

Though the prompt for today is “kitchen tour”, the light in our kitchen is, frankly, awful. Even on the sunniest days, our kitchen is very difficult to photograph. In the autumn and winter? Forget about it. We thought about how we could make the best of it, and we thought we’d instead photograph our art, knickknacks, and other decor/decorations. Now, given the aforementioned poor light, they aren’t the best photos, but we hope you’ll still enjoy the peek. We’re letting the photos speak for themselves, but do check out the end of the post to find out what we cooked in our vegan kitchen tonight!

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Vegan MoFo, Day 11 – Focus on a Nutrient

When we first started talking about this prompt, there was a fair bit of “…” and “???” and *shrug*. Mike joked that we should just focus on b12 by making all the noochiest things we could imagine. Gosh, we love the nutritional yeast around here. It’s hard to believe there was a time in our lives when we didn’t even know it existed.

I started flipping through Jae Steele’s Get It Ripe for ideas, noticing all the foods that contain various B vitamins: black beans, Romaine lettuce, spinach, tomatoes (thiamine); legumes, spinach (riboflavin); avocado (niacin); cauliflower (B5); avocado, cauliflower, walnuts, cabbage (B6); and of course B12 in nutritional yeast. Inspiration struck.

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