Posts Tagged: Vegetarian

By Elizabeth Palmer Starnes
Cashew Cream Is The Big Surprise Here

  This bright, garlicky tomato sauce is the perfect use for the dearth of ripe tomatoes in your garden and at the farmers market this summer. Great for a quick weeknight meal, this pasta also keeps it healthy and light, replacing heavy butter and cheese with lighter and more swimsuit friendly cashew cream. Whatever cashew… Read more »

By Dianne Wenz
Traveling

It might not seem that way from my restaurant review posts, but I like to eat fairly healthy, especially when cooking at home. When I’m out in the restaurant world, I tend to splurge, because how often do I come across house-made vegan cannolis? But when I’m at home I eat a lot of fresh,… Read more »

By Dianne Wenz
How to be Vegan

I’ve been vegan for about 13 years now, and I was vegetarian for 9 years before that. I don’t need vegan starter books, but I still like to flip through them when I see them in bookstores (because I do still go to bookstores) or even occasionally read them if they look really good. As… Read more »

By Elizabeth Palmer Starnes
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slurp. sip. repeat. That’s the motto at Montclair’s newest restaurant, and one you’ll certainly want to take them up on. At Ani Ramen, recently opened on Bloomfield Ave, just across the street from the Wellmont Theater, waiters deliver big bowls of steaming ramen to eager patrons who line up and down the block in anticipation…. Read more »

By Dianne Wenz
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Named one of the “Vegan Men We Love” by VegNews magazine, John Schlimm is an activist, educator, artist, and international award-winning author of such books as The Cheesy Vegan, Stand Up!: 75 Young Activists Who Rock the World, And How You Can, Too!, Grilling Vegan Style, The Tipsy Vegan, and The Ultimate Beer Lover’s Bar… Read more »

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