Does anyone have a Vegan (or Vegetarian) specific blog?
Let us know!
Not mine, but my favorite is http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/
The recipes are the best looking food I’ve seen on the internet!
I have a blog, though I really don’t use it as often as I should! I try to post recipes once a week, and I write for other places so I post my links there.
I’m not vegan but I’m following both your blogs, I like trying vegan stuff sometimes.
My blog has a bit about tea (will have more tea entries in the future) http://lazeysdailycup.blogspot.com/
Thank you! I love the look of your blog already, and your Blogger bio is too cute :) tell me more about cats and icefishing!
I have a post about the cats coming. Hopefully I’ll have something about icefishing soon, waiting for the lakes to freeze up.
Well, I guess our blog is technically vegan (http://butikiteas.blogspot.com/) and there are a few recipes (beer bread recipe & strawberry teatini) with a few more coming soon, but some of my favorites are:
http://www.quarrygirl.com/ Quarry Girl (Lots of restaurant reviews)
http://snarkyvegan.wordpress.com/ Snarky Vegan
http://chefchloe.com/latest-news.html She doesn’t post often but I love all of her recipes. Amazing.
I love the look of the strawberry teatini recipe! I hadn’t heard of Snarky Vegan or Chef Chloe, but I know of Quarry Girl from Vegansaurus. I like reading her reviews and being jealous of LA-ers!
Thanks! I had lots of fun making that martini. The Snarky Vegan has some great recipes. They did this 50 Shades of Kale series that was pretty awesome. Chef Chloe was the first vegan (there are at least 2 vegans now though maybe it was 3) to win Cupcake Wars. One of her winning cupcake recipes (chocolate strawberry shortcake) is posted on her site. I’m a huge fan of hers. Every recipe that I have tried of hers has been amazing and a huge hit with my non-vegan friends. I feel the same way about Quarry Girl though I can’t complain too much since I’m located 45 minutes from Philly and an hour from New York, so I do have plenty of vegan restaurants close-ish.
Vegan restaurants are less of a thing in the UK, but Liverpool is quite good for vegan meals (and gluten-free ones, too – I was brought up in the Midlands and even vegetarian dishes were few and far between, so I love this). I love that other vegans are so easy to find on the internet. :)
Nice, I bet its much nicer to be able to eat at restaurants a lot more now for you. The Internet has been so great for support. Sometimes its nice to chat with others that deal with the same issues.