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Want to write for a vegan magazine?

That’s right, T.O.F.U. Magazine is currently seeking contributors for our upcoming issue! Set to be released in August, Issue 6 needs content in a number of categories. Our deadline for standard articles for Issue 6 is July 17thRead More »

The T.O.F.U. Tour 2009 Redux

T.O.F.U. Tour 2009

A few years ago, I hit the road with Amanda Rogers and Mike Matta, now known as the Pleasants. In celebration of the release of issue #3, veganism and great music, we travelled from Saint John, New Brunswick across Canada and into the States. Read More »

T.O.F.U. is good for you: An interview for fatgayvegan

fatgayvegan

Sometime last week, Sean from fatgayvegan was kind enough to ask me a few questions to start a series on his blog focusing on vegan bloggers, writers and other fine folk who share their knowledge with the world at large. Read More »

Al Gore’s Our Choice App: The future of T.O.F.U.?

Our-Choice-iPad-Blow

As much as I fought to keep printing every issue of T.O.F.U., and in some ways I still am, I have to admit that going digital has its advantages for sure. Read More »

Issue V is (finally) online!

tofu 05 front cover

That’s right, the fifth issue of T.O.F.U. is now available. Topics include spring cleaning, growing veggies and greens in small spaces, how to promote veganism, making your own baby food, and a spotlight on the work and life of Jo-Anne McArthur of We AnimalsRead More »

Article Tease: Calgary Review

Calgary review Cafe Koi

Another vegan-friendly restaurant with yummy appetizers is Cafe Koi. The menu has a special section for “karma appetizers” that includes vegetable dumplings, crispy ginger tofu chunks and yam wedges. For entrees, there are karma bowls, most of which are vegan and loaded with fresh vegetables. A good option is the Lotus Bowl, which includes maple chili greens topped with seared tofu sticks. Read More »