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WAIW | Speak English!!!

Image contains a blue metal penguin with a white belly and an open mouth. Behind the penguin, there is grass, palm trees, and the ocean in the distance. In the foreground, there is white text that says "Speak English!!!" on the top, and white text that says "Where Am I Wednesday" on the bottom.

This week, I decided to tackle something that's been on my mind for quite some time now, and that means I went on a bit of a rant. Read More »

Review | Bumble Bloom (Vegan Honey Alternative)

Photo of two jars of Bumble Bloom, a vegan honey alternative, sitting on top of a wooden surface with a white background

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 »

T.O.F.U. #12 | The Art Process With Designer Angie Carlucci

Cover for T.O.F.U. #12 The Art Process

With an interest in going back to print, I've put more of a focus on the visual aspect of the magazine over the last couple of issues. So, it seemed only appropriate to share with you the process that happens to fill the pages with artwork. Luckily, Angie Carlucci, a graphic designer who contributed to the last issue, was willing to help me do just that. Read More »

T.O.F.U. Questions | Why Start T.O.F.U.?

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Continuing the T.O.F.U. Questions series, I thought I would answer another rather popular question. Read More »

TBT | Winnipeg’s Boon Burger

Cover for Winnipeg's Boon Burger

One of these days, I'll write a proper love letter to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and the world will know just why I think it's great for vegans and so many more. Until then, you'll just have to accept this love letter to a burger joint in The Peg. Read More »

TBT | Any Press is Good Press?

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When T.O.F.U. was just starting, the idea of getting attention for what we were doing was more hope than anything. Of course, that changed with one little review in a monthly music magazine in Canada. Read More »