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Review | Vegan Yack Attack on the Go!

Image contains a grey background with black text at the top that says "Vegan Yack Attack" and a black arrow below that spans the width of the whole image. Within this arrow, white text says "On the Go!". Below the arrow, there is green text that says "Plant-Based Recipes For Your Fast-Paced Vegan Lifestyle". Below the text, in the remaining half of the image, there are a series of jars with food items such as pasta, a smoothie, salad, and more. As well, salad wraps and cookies are included on a wooden countertop.

Jackie Sobon is back with another cookbook, and Katie dove in to see just what she had to offer. Read More »

Review | Vegan For One

Image contains a photo of a single taco, guacamole, and a small salad on a plate. In the background, there is a glass of water with lime and a bowl of veggie ground beef. Text above the photo says "Hot tips and inspired recipes for cooking solo. Vegan For One. Ellen Jaffe Jones with Beverly Lynn Bennett."

Katie loved the premise of Vegan For One by Ellen Jaffe Jones when she first heard about it, but did she love the recipes? Find out in her newest review! Read More »

Review | Bumble Bloom (Vegan Honey Alternative)

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Talking about honey in the vegan community can lead to some sticky situations, but luckily companies like Bumble Bloom are making the choice to drop it even sweeter. In the latest review, Michelle decides to give some of their flavours a shot to see just how they hold-up. Read More »

Review | Real Food, Really Fast by Hannah Kaminsky

Cookbook cover with a photo of a meal prepared on a table decorated with cutlery and other things. Text in the foreground says "Real Food, Really Fast. Delicious plant-based recipes ready in 10 minutes or less. Hannah Kaminsky. Author of Vegan Desserts, Vegan a la Mode, and Easy as Vegan Pie."

Making food fast usually means compromising on taste or quality, but Katie thinks the latest from Hannah just might change that. Read More »

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 | Power Plates By Gena Hamshaw

Picture of a bowl filled with vegetables in the centre with a bowl of rice to the left, a pan of roasted vegetables above, and a small jar of sauce with a bowl of veggies to the right.

Gena Hamshaw's newest vegan cookbook was recently released, and Katie has the scoop on just why you should be excited about it in her latest review. Read More »