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Review: The Sexy Vegan Cookbook

Sexy Vegan: Bourbon Tempeh Sliders

Brian Patton, the sexy vegan behind the Sexy Vegan persona, has released a cookbook. T.O.F.U. contributor, and goblin fan, Beany Von Doom stepped away from drinking the "Pretend Canadian Bacon" marinade long enough to give us a review. Read More »

Review: Rabbit Food Cookbook

Regular T.O.F.U. contributor Ashley Riley hit the kitchen recently to see if Beth A. Barnett's recent cookbook, Rabbit Food, could hold its own on her already crowded recipe book shelf. Read More »

Review: Vegans are Cool

T.O.F.U. magazine contributor, Raquel Moreno, checked out a new collection of writings from vegans around the world entitled Vegans are Cool. Find out whether or not the book is as good as its subject matter suggests in our first blog review. Read More »

The T.O.F.U. Grant: Round Three

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Issue six tackled some tough topics focused on the intersectionality of veganism and forms of oppression, and we knew the recipient of the T.O.F.U. grant for the issue had to be a leader in such things. Lucky for us, such a person was already a rather vocal part of the vegan community. Read More »

UN urges major changes in global diet

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The fact that the UN would conclude that a meat-free diet would help curb our effects on the environment should not come as a surprise to many of you, but I do suggest looking into the research further. Read More »

Forks Over Knives makes its way across North America

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Forks Over Knives is slowly making its way across North America this month, and it has been gaining plenty of attention previous to this. Although there are no planned showings here in Newfoundland, we're happy to note our friends in Halifax, Toronto, Montreal and plenty of other places can check it out for us. Read More »

Forks Over Knives (and a veg diet) approved by Ebert

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Roger Ebert's reviews are pretty much a part of my life. I can't say I follow them closely, but I came to know the man based solely on whether or not he raised a thumb in regards to a movie. Read More »

VegNews finally (properly) acknowledges the issue

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"We screwed up."

Those three words were all a lot of us needed to move on to bigger issues, and we finally got them from VegNews yesterday. Read More »

VegNews, Apologies, and the Fine Art of Growing Up

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Let me talk to you about sincere apologies. Real apologies, the heartfelt kind, aren't defensive. Even if they do try to provide explanations for bad behaviour, they never try to provide excuses for it. They admit to wrongdoing, and profess regret for the harm that wrongdoing has caused. VegNews' response to the photo scandal? Not an apology. Here's why. Read More »

T.O.F.U.: 100% meat (photo) free, as we should be

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As someone involved in the publishing business, though not to such an extent as VegNews, I have always battled with several things involving the vegan "purity" of the magazine. The big ones would involve such things as booking a tour date in a non-vegan bar, having people involved with the project who may not be vegan, promoting companies that may not be 100% vegan, and including articles that may not be completely relevant to veganism itself. Read More »