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Every gathering needs a cheeseball and this vegan version will be a crowd favorite!


Supergreen Artichoke Dip

This incredible dip is full of healthy greens and OMG delicious! Serve with crostini, gluten free crackers, and/or sliced vegetables.

  By Sarah Gordon

Cashew Carrot Loaf

Carrots combined with cashews and spices make this a uniquely delicious loaf.

  By Kris Giovanini


This dish is perfect for family meals and entertaining.

  By VegansEatWhat?

Holiday Pancakes or Waffles

This recipe for waffles and pancakes uses pureed pumpkin. The result is a meal that is absolutely delicious, high in fiber and low in fat.

  By VegansEatWhat?

Mocha Chocolate Bundt Cake

I have made wedding cakes, bridal shower cakes, and ice cream cakes out of this versatile recipe.

  By Sarah Gordon

Glenn’s Famous Enchilada Casserole

This casserole comes together quickly if you have cooked rice in your refrigerator or freezer. It's great for family meals and entertaining and can be served for brunch or dinner.

  By Glenn McCarthy

Holiday Nog

This healthy version of the holiday classic is made with cooked butternut squash. YUM!

  By VegFest Colorado

Howard’s Favorite Quiche

This quiche was served to Howard Lyman when he spoke at the 2011 VegFest Colorado. Howard pronounced it the best quiche he’d eaten and coming from the Mad Cowboy, that is quite a compliment!

  By Justina Walls

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A Meat Eater’s Vegan Diet Experiment

A Meat Eater’s Vegan Diet Experiment

Since I had my son Jack over 12 years ago (when I was 30), I have struggled with my weight, body image and subsequently self-esteem issues. Growing up and through my 20s, I had always been thin. When I was skinny, I observed as an impartial bystander how horribly much of society treats overweight people, […]

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  December 6, 2016   No comments
Mean Greens Cafe

Mean Greens Cafe

We recently traveled to Denton, Texas to visit my wife’s sister and her husband.  While there, we visited the University of North Texas’ (“UNT”) Maple Dormitory’s cafeteria “Mean Greens”.  UNT’s mascot is a “Mean Green” Eagle.  The cafeteria just celebrated their fifth anniversary of being a Vegan dining hall on October 14, 2016.  The dining […]

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  November 14, 2016   No comments
Food, Elections and Fear

Food, Elections and Fear

Last night I went to an election party. (Ah, the election. …more on that later.) The hosts were meat-eaters, so that of course meant that I had to spend my afternoon making food that I could eat at the party. “How many times have I had to do this?” I asked myself as I packed […]

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  November 9, 2016   No comments