Paying the Price for the Last Issue

Cover image for issue eight of T.O.F.U.

I crunched some numbers to see how issue eight has been doing since its release, and the results are rather positive. So, now the question is what do they mean and where does the magazine go from here? Read More »

Review: Vegan Without Borders

Cover for Vegan Without Borders

Robin Robertson's new cookbook, Vegan Without Borders, provides an intro to a number of dishes from around the world. Find out Katie's favourites and try the bibimbap for yourself. Read More »

Review: The Veggie-Lover’s Sriracha Cookbook

Cover for The Veggie-Lover's Sriracha Cookbook

Randy Clemens loves Vegetables. Randy Clemens loves Sriracha. Only good things come of this. Learn just how great his veggie cookbook is thanks to Katie's latest review. Read More »

Review: Cookin’ Up a Storm by Laura Dakin

Cover of the official Sea Shepherd vegan cookbook

Understandably, the hardworking folks of Sea Shepherd are a hungry bunch, and now, thanks to Laura Dakin's new cookbook, you can learn a whole lot more about what they eat and do on the Steve Irwin. Find out what MeShell thought of the book, and enter for your chance to win a copy. Read More »

Be a Part of T.O.F.U. #9

Picture of sunflower seeds

Hot off the tails of the success of issue eight, the next issue of T.O.F.U. is posed to focus on another tricky topic: age. If you're interested in writing about that, submitting a recipe, or contributing something else, then read on. Read More »

Review: Looly’s Pearls

Women preparing couscous for Looly's Pearls

Couscous is a tasty and quick addition to any plate, and when you add some great ethics to the mix, you've got a good meal, right? Find out whether or not Looly's Pearls proved just that to Jason. Read More »