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T.O.F.U. to hit the road in August (with your help?)

Ryan enters America during the T.O.F.U. tour

We've started working on the second T.O.F.U. tour. However, due to a lack of money and time, we're only going across Canada this time. Of course, just because it's a smaller tour doesn't mean we don't need help! So, please drop us a line if you're interested in working with us. Read 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 »

Vida Vegan schedule and Your Time Travels contest

Vida Vegan Banner

Just a quick update on the conference I will be attending this August, which is only a little over four months away. They posted the conference schedule last week, and it looks like I'm going to be a part of some awesome panels. Read More »

Why vegan?

Came across this little piece of tour footage we posted while on the road, and I figured it might not hurt to give it some attention again. I can't say I've seen a set-up out here on the east coast like the one we highlight somewhere in Southern Alberta, but I'm sure there are plenty of them all around North America, and many other places. Read More »

2009 T.O.F.U. Tour photos finally up!

Tofu Tour Group Shot

Despite the numerous setbacks from Facebook, and possibly a finicky Internet connection, I finally managed to post the photos from the 2009 T.O.F.U. Tour on the fan page. So, if you have not had a chance to browse them through Amanda's fan page, give them a look now. Read More »

The T.O.F.U. grant project


Issue Four brings many changes to the magazine, and one of the best ones is the T.O.F.U. grant project. The aim of the project is for a large portion of an issue's advertising income to be presented to one recipient as a thank you for working to make the world a better place. We hope to eventually open the submissions up to recommendations from readers, but for now we ask that you show your support to the first recipient of the T.O.F.U. grant: The Pleasants. Read More »