Review | Veganism in an Oppressive World

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Mainstream veganism has plenty of problems, and T.O.F.U. has focused on many of them over the years. Of course, the magazine isn't the only place to find critical views of our movement, and Anuj Sharma wants you to know why the latest from Sanctuary Publishers does a great job of adding to the conversation. Read More »

Review | Low-FODMAP and Vegan

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For those with digestive issues, veganism can be a challenge. Find out whether or not Nichole thinks Jo Stepaniak’s cookbook is up to helping people overcome those problems. Read More »

Review | Pure & Beautiful Vegan Cooking

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Just what kind of recipes can you create when you're vegan in Alaska? Marieke found out when she reviewed Kathleen Henry's new cookbook, and she came away with a number of favourites. Read More »

Review: Fresh n’ Lean Food Delivery

Fresh n Lean Food Delivery

Erin Red received a number of items from Fresh n' Lean's food delivery service recently, and she's now more than happy to tell you what she thought. Read More »

Review: Looly’s Pearls

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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 »

Review: Fran Costigan’s “Vegan Chocolate”

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Find out what Dan Hanley from The Gay Vegans has to say about Fran Costigan's "Vegan Chocolate" and the numerous desserts within. Read More »