Foxy Falafel, a Middle-Eastern inspired restaurant in St. Paul, was started by Erica Strait in 2010. Before the restaurant came to be, Strait delivered homemade hummus, pita chips, falafels, and kombucha by bike. She then expanded to a food truck, and then opened up her restaurant on Raymond Avenue in St. Paul, near the breakfast […]Read more "Restaurant Review: Foxy Falafel"
https://www.instagram.com/moresaltpleassse/ I had the privilege of interviewing the amazing vegan YouTuber “More Salt Please”, aka Nicole Rizza Coulter. Her YouTube channel includes awesome vegan recipes, including falafel, butternut squash tacos, and even beer battered “fish” tacos using cauliflower. Nicole is a chef by trade, and the majority of her recipes are items that she invented on […]Read more "Q&A with “More Salt Please”"
Alright, I’ll admit that vegan mac n cheese was always something that I refused to believe could actually taste good. Many recipes that I came across contained cashew cream (raw cashews blended with almond milk or something of the sort). I haven’t really been a fan of cashew cream after I tried making green bean […]Read more "Recipe: Vegan Mac n Cheese"
http://www.jselbys.com On Sunday, my friend Jasmine and I stopped for brunch at St. Paul’s newest plant-based restaurant, J. Selby’s. The restaurant originally opened at the end of April, but they closed for a week before reopening again, because they did not expect such a high volume of business and needed to hire more staff, according to City […]Read more "Restaurant Review: J. Selby’s"
Perhaps one of the most fascinating topics related to veganism is the phenomenon of vegan meats. Going meat-free can still allow you to enjoy similar tastes and textures you may miss, including burgers, deli meat, and even Korean-style ribs! The Herbivorous Butcher decided to change the game and become the first vegan butcher shop in the […]Read more "Q&A With The Herbivorous Butcher!"
. http://bit.ly/2puviRM Today is April 22, Earth Day. Scientists from across the country gathered in Washington D.C. to defend the vital role science plays in public health, safety, economy, and government. Speakers mentioned the Flint water crisis, biodiversity, and energy consumption, just to name a few topics. A full stream and more science coverage can […]Read more "Make Every Day Earth Day"
I’ve known Chelsea since junior high–we went to the same youth group when I grew up in Sleepy Eye. She also was in my best friend Rachael’s bridal party with me last June, and we were able to bond and talk about veganism because that’s when I started going plant-based! Pretty much the entire time […]Read more "Meet a Vegan: Chelsea Bode"