Resources for Vegan Athletes
Posted on April 17 2015
Flora Vegan Restaurant was the vision of four high-school friends, Dan Brightcliffe and Patrick Durision (now 25), who shared a passion for food. Together they grew up working at family-run restaurants (Leila's Bistro and Forcella both also in Jenkintown), and with the help of their former employers, decided to start a small neighborhood establishment that caters to a niche clientele.
Florian and Shannon Radke, the owners of Berkeley, Calif.-based Cinnaholic, this week announced that eight franchisee-operated shops will open in the coming months, including one in Charlotte. Few details were provided about those locations, but Atlanta Franchise Group is leading the push.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus made headlines when it announced that it was phasing out its cruel and dangerous elephant acts by 2018. However, many circuses, including Ringling, continue to exploit and abuse big cats, and, for those animals, there is no end in sight yet.
It doesn't matter if you never eat bacon or you want to marry it. These vegan instagram accounts will make everyone drool.
It’s never been a better time to be a vegan athlete! There is a ton of information and resources out there, and it’s just becoming more visible as veganism continues to gain attention and popularity.
Here some kick-ass songs that will keep you motivated through your finals, work, or any stress in your life.
It takes 100 gallons of water to produce 1 gallon of almond milk. In order to produce 1 gallon of cow’s milk, the process uses around 2,000 gallons of water.
People seem to think that veganising crepes is going to be some mad hassle, but actually, it’s the most simple thing in the world.
Do you ever wonder what celebrities eat? Well if you’re Drew Barrymore, the answer is “Raw Taco Gorilla Wraps” from nutritionist Kimberly Snyder.
Before you suggest there’s no way vegan biscuits can taste just as good if not BETTER than regular biscuits, everyone will agree that these are in fact LEGIT, amazing, fluffy, buttery biscuits.
This vegan version of the classic Spinach & Artichoke Dip is just as cheesy and creamy and gooey as the traditional version.
An ice cold glass of good sake makes a really perfect accompaniment to this recipe.
This recipe is for 2 sheets of puff pastry, which makes 4 puff pastry pizzas, enough to serve 4-6. Some packages have 1 or 2 or mutiple sheets, so if you have 1 sheet or need 3-4 servings, halve the recipes above.