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Plum: Gratifying Vegan Dishes from Seattleā€™s Plum Bistro (A Review)

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Plum Bistro is a well-known vegan establishment in Seattle, and now they have a cookbook so you can bring their dishes to your home. Find out just what our reviewer thought of the book and the recipes she tried. Read More »

Review: EZ Tofu Press

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If you haven't tried pressing your tofu before cooking with it, then maybe you haven't really cooked with tofu? At least, that's what Sarah Louise from The Cozy Vegan thinks! Read More »

Review: The New Enlightened Eating

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With several revisions since the first version, Caroline Marie Dupont's The New Enlightened Eating has plenty of easy to follow recipes, and some great advice on how to transition to a healthier lifestyle. Read More »

Review: Cooking Vegetarian

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Written by Joseph Forest and Vesanto Melina R.D, this cookbook is titled "Cooking Vegan" in the United States, but the copy we received north of the border went by "Cooking Vegetarian". T.O.F.U. contributor Krystle Charlton took the time to see whether or not the contents would interest people, regardless of its name. 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 »

Did someone say pancakes?

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Taken from the first issue of T.O.F.U., I still tend to believe this is one of the better pancake recipes out there, but I'm willing to have someone shovel pancakes in my mouth to convince me otherwise! Read More »

Trying veganism despite the reasons against it

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My interest in this blogger's recent decision to try veganism for thirty days is not so much in his decision to do so, as that sort of thing is happily popping up all over the web. It is more in how disinterested he was in trying it for so long. Read More »

Behind the Lines: David J. Parker

David J. Parker

Starting a veg association in any city is likely to be hard work, but starting one in the middle of cattle and oil country seems a little lentil, right? All bad jokes aside, David J. Parker and the folks at the Vegans & Vegetarians of Alberta Association have put some serious work into spreading the word about being veg, and the results have been great. Read More »

Prana gives us the spotlight

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The folks at Prana offered to give me a bit of a soapbox to talk about what T.O.F.U. does and why, and I'm happy to see that they are doing the same with numerous other organizations and people. Read More »