Review: My New Roots

Cover for My New Roots by Sarah Britton

Labels can be tricky things, and "vegan" certainly falls into that category. Of course, when you mix in things like "plant-based" and "whole foods", there's bound to be miscommunication. In the case of My New Roots, both Katie and I thought these moments of confusion would be great for a bigger conversation. Read More »

Review: The Nut Butter Cookbook

Cover for The Nut Butter Cookbook

Katie thinks this past cookbook from Robin Robertson deserves a spot on your shelf next to her latest, Vegan Without Borders, and there are plenty of reasons why. Read More »

Issue Nine: Age Matters is Now Available

Cover of Issue Nine of T.O.F.U. Magazine

The next issue of T.O.F.U. is out now, and there are plenty of reasons for you to check it out. If those don't happen to do the trick, then maybe a preview will? Read More »

Review: Plant-Powered Families

Cover for Dreena Burton's Plant-Powered Families

Dreena Burton's newest book, Plant-Powered Families, is made for children and picky eaters alike. With that in mind, Katie took the challenge of revisiting a number of hated childhood foods, and was quite pleased with the results. Read More »

Life After Vida Vegan Con

Ryan Patey's first talk at the Vida Vegan Conference

The third Vida Vegan Conference ended this past weekend, and with it the conference itself gave its last bow. Now, although the memories are many, I think it's the inspiration that will continue to play a part in my life, along with so many others. Read More »

Review: The Vegetarian Flavor Bible

Cover for The Vegetarian Flavor Bible

Whether you cook with abandon and want new ideas or you're looking for help in expanding your kitchen staples, Karen Page has written a great roadmap for many scenarios. Find out why Katie considers The Vegetarian Flavor Bible to be better than a cookbook. Read More »