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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 1:52 pm 
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I am surprised kombucha (especially DIY) wasn't on last year's list, too.

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 2:24 pm 
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Vegan Oreos in Europe. Need I say anymore?

Oh and Alpro unsweetened almond milk. Bliss. Makes my cup of tea absolutely perfect.

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 6:56 am 
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Vegan Oreos in Europe. Need I say anymore?

I am over the moon about it. So nice to have more delicious cookie options in the normal supermarkets.

In the Netherlands and Belgium, we now have Professor Grunschabel ice cream. This is a new brand of fruit and coconut based ice creams, with very exciting and adventurous flavors like sweet Thai coconut curry and a hot strawberry habanero. It may seem a bit weird when you first think about it, but it is really very delicious. All flavors are vegan, even though it is not specifically marketed towards vegans. This ice cream had been around for a year or two, but they recently increased their production with a new machine, so it has become much more widely available. If you happen to visit the Amsterdam or another city in the Low Countries, be sure to give it a try!

This is their website (mostly in Dutch): http://www.grunschnabel.nl/

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
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Maybe it was last year - but now it is in stores but Victoria Vegan's vodka pasta sauce - mmmm...like my grandmas kitchen!

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 6:45 am 
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Cornelie wrote:

In the Netherlands and Belgium, we now have Professor Grunschabel ice cream. This is a new brand of fruit and coconut based ice creams, with very exciting and adventurous flavors like sweet Thai coconut curry and a hot strawberry habanero. It may seem a bit weird when you first think about it, but it is really very delicious. All flavors are vegan, even though it is not specifically marketed towards vegans. This ice cream had been around for a year or two, but they recently increased their production with a new machine, so it has become much more widely available. If you happen to visit the Amsterdam or another city in the Low Countries, be sure to give it a try!

This is their website (mostly in Dutch): http://www.grunschnabel.nl/


All their flavors look amazing! Especially the matcha and the apple- almond one, I've never seen anything like that. Unfortunately, I'm not headed to Europe any time soon, and the odds that these would end up in the States (especially anywhere near me) and probably pretty low.


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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
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geeksweetheart wrote:
Thanks for that post saveur, I'm ordering some Orange Thyme lippies!


Awesome! I love them! Please, let me know how you like them. :)


They came today and are very lovely. Pretty little labels and they smell nice. I read a review where someone complained about the texture being too waxy but these aren't, they're just the right amount of buttery but not TOO soft cause I hate that. Thank you for the recommendation!

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:56 pm 
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does anyone know of good round-ups from the Natural Products Expo West from vegan bloggers? I've been searching but my skills are off today.


I saw this: http://supervegan.com/blog/all-you-real ... expo-west/


This is a good facebook album:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set ... 742&type=1

I'm just now looking at this album. Sophie's Kitchen is making vegan lox! Lox, y'all! It's probably going to be terrible, but I'm still excited.


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Couldn't you just use bergamont essential oil?


Be careful with this, definitely don't apply neat to the skin - I think it makes your skin very photosensitive, i.e. burning and scarring.


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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
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I'm just now looking at this album. Sophie's Kitchen is making vegan lox! Lox, y'all! It's probably going to be terrible, but I'm still excited.

that reminds me: Redwood Foods in Europe have started doing "smoked salmon" slices. haven't tried them myself, but i've heard mixed reviews.

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
PostPosted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 8:39 am 
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I know this isn't new, but it is to me, tofu "egg" salad. I'm not sure why I just caught on because that stuff is AMAZING!


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thepaddlingbaker wrote:
I know this isn't new, but it is to me, tofu "egg" salad. I'm not sure why I just caught on because that stuff is AMAZING!


I'm the same but with vegan tuna salad! Tuna is the one animal thing I still miss after 20+ years vegetarian/2 years vegan and I JUST started making it.


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And also tofu chicken salad, and even scrambled tofu. I always knew you can do so much with tofu, but I never actually got around to trying it all out and its like a brand new world!


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Eggplant-potatoe Moussaka with pine nut cream! Is there anything better? Oh yes, carrot cake cupcakes with vegan cream cheese frosting! Who wouldn't be a vegan to eat like this?


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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
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I'm a huge curry fan. So when I spied the curry tips in Veg News April 2013 (page 67), I went nutty, well coconutty. You, too, must give the recipes a try (and then spent entire days in the kitchen making all the variations to ensure no shortage of spicy deliciousness). You won't be disappointed.

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
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I am totally all about superfirm tofu. I decided to pick up a pack from Trader Joe's and fell in love. I've been breading them with different flavors and lightly frying it in my cast iron pan. I've cut them up into little triangles to make chicken-nugget type things, or using bigger pieces in sandwiches. It's so chewy and thick. Superfirm tofu has greatly expanded my world of tofu eating. I always knew tofu is amazing and versatile, but this a whole new ballpark.

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 Post subject: Re: Life-changing vegan food stuff (ppk2013)
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Is the Eat Pastry xgfx snickerdoodle dough new? Because it's new to me. Such a nice treat to be able to just cook up one (or three) cookies and eat them straight from the oven. It's soy-free too. I haven't had a really good cookie that wasn't homemade in nearly 6 years so I had low expectations. I was wrong.

http://www.eatpastry.com/html/products

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Hello all! I might be a bit behind the times, but the fact that a)Trader Joe's across the street from where I live has tempeh for $1.99 and b) that I can use said tempeh to make this (http://mynewroots.org/site/2013/04/smok ... ato-pesto/) sandwich.
So happy after eating that, or making a lettuce wrap. Nom nom nom.


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Can you get Covered Bridge potato chips in the US? They are the best chips in the world. Montreal Steak Spice and thick-cut sea salt are my favourite. I only know of one variety that isn't vegan (the Creamy Dill).


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I'd include the Bacon Seitan from Upton's Naturals, which sort of got a mention on last year's because it was a pizza topping, and Eli's Earth Bars. They're my favorite candy bar, and although they've been around a couple of years, they're still hard to find. Their Dream Big Bar with caramel, peanut butter, and peanuts is amazing.


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People are going crazy over the Jay Kitchen popup.

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Can you get Covered Bridge potato chips in the US? They are the best chips in the world. Montreal Steak Spice and thick-cut sea salt are my favourite. I only know of one variety that isn't vegan (the Creamy Dill).


They used to make a dill pickle chip (not creamy) that was the best dill pickle chip ever. I had them once and the next time I looked they had been replaced by the creamy ones. We went by their factory last summer and I am sorry we didn't go in. The only sort of outlet store I can get excited about. This summer for sure - they are in NB on my way to/from Montreal.

Now I want chips, but this reminded me of Plentils! I love Plentils and all flavours are vegan, I believe. They came out last year, though I am just discovering them now.


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Can you get Covered Bridge potato chips in the US? They are the best chips in the world. Montreal Steak Spice and thick-cut sea salt are my favourite. I only know of one variety that isn't vegan (the Creamy Dill).


They used to make a dill pickle chip (not creamy) that was the best dill pickle chip ever. I had them once and the next time I looked they had been replaced by the creamy ones. We went by their factory last summer and I am sorry we didn't go in. The only sort of outlet store I can get excited about. This summer for sure - they are in NB on my way to/from Montreal.

Now I want chips, but this reminded me of Plentils! I love Plentils and all flavours are vegan, I believe. They came out last year, though I am just discovering them now.

Ooooh, I just found them last week! They have a margherita pizza flavour that is delicious. Pretty salty though. I kind of want to hunt down these Covered Bridge potato chips now. I'm in need of chips!

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