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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

The Week in Vegan: Cheese, Cheese and More Cheese

Posted By on Tue, Oct 28, 2014 at 11:05 AM


Hello! Are you excited for this week? No? Well, how excited would you be I told you that there's now a recipe for gluten-free vegan pumpkin bagels you can make at home? Not only can you enjoy the delicious flavors of the season, but you can also tell others (who are just sipping on a pumpkin spice latte) that you made your own pumpkin spice snack at home. Artisanally. Checkmate. 

You know what goes super well with both artisanal bagels and a smug attitude of superiority? Vegan schmear you also make at home and which apparently tastes better than Toffuti. What? I am going to try this right now. (Probaboy after I am done typing this up.) 

I guess it's cheese week here at Week in Vegan because Daiya now has a smoked gouda block? I mean that is the most excited I have ever been about anything that has the word "block" in the name. Ever. Oh my god. (Please trust that I would eat the entire block in one sitting.)

Every celebrity ever (okay, Bill Maher, Martha Stewart, and Danny DeVito) are begging New Hersey Governor Chris Christie to ban gestation crates and make life just a little more bearable for pigs. Christie has decided, however, that what's humane and inhumane isn't really up to him. He doesn't know anything about it, okay? 

Sofritas are continuing their worldwide (but only in The United States) takeover. You can now get them all around the south, including Tennessee! 

Here's how Hodo Soy makes their tofu (which is delicious). No, unfortunately you can't make this at home. 

Don;t you wish Cole and Marmalade were your coworkers? Mondays would be so much better. Hell, ever day would be the best. Cats in the office! Fight for your rights now!


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