Happy Herbivore Blog

When my parents visited us last March (when we still lived in LA) I whipped up a quick blueberry breakfast cake one morning. It ended up being a huge hit with my parents. In fact, they liked it so much that they're still talking about it. Hey, what can I say? I love it when I get it right the first time. Anyway, since apples have been in abundance lately here in New York, I decided to remake the ...

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Fat-Free Vegan Eggnog

I remember loving eggnog as a kid until I learned it did in fact include eggs and it wasn't just called eggnog because it was yellow. I was so grossed out (I was drinking eggs?!) that I vowed to never touch the stuff again. and I didn't... until I went vegan and found soy nog at the store. I've tried all the vegan nogs around - Silk's Soy Nog, Rice Dream's Rice Nog and a few ...

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If you still don't have a copy of my e-book, Pudge-Free Holidays, now is the time to get it! What better time than the holiday season to cook up some delicious, healthy and fat-free vegan recipes?! Plus the e-books are for sale for a limited time, so be sure to get your copy before they're gone forever.

 

soy-free mac and cheese

My family has some unusual holiday traditions when it comes to food, like eating macaroni & cheese on Christmas ...
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Jan/Feb Issue of Vegetarian Times

The January issue of Vegetarian Times has arrived in stores and features four amazing vegan New Years brunch recipes by me: Fresh Winter Fruit Salad, Tofu Scramble Brunch Ring, Smokey Breakfast Sausage Links & “Eggnog” Parfaits. I hope you pick up a copy and try out some of my recipes this holiday season. You can find Vegetarian Times at Barnes & Nobles, Borders and Whole Foods Market. You might also find copies at newsstands, coops, health food stores and vegan ...

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vegan she crab soup

Or more accurately, The-She-Crab-Lives Soup because no crustaceans were harmed in the making of this soup! As you may know, I went to college in Charleston, South Carolina and my favorite Charleston dish was She Crab Soup. No question, hands down, I loved it the most. Needless to say, I've wanted to veganize She Crab Soup for a while now but couldn't figure out what to do about the crab. I kept waiting for some great imitation to ...

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