Giveaway Archive

Vegan Quiche Lorraine from Baconish by Leinana Two Moons

I remember when I decided to go vegetarian in the early 90s. My friend Irina was in disbelief. “You’re giving up bacon? How could you do that?” I wish someone had told me back then that Irina’s comment was actually the first in a long line of

Grilled Veggie Pitas with Cilantro Lime Sauce from Pure and Beautiful Vegan Cooking

People have quite often told me that being vegan is difficult where they live, or that finding vegan food can be hard in other parts of the country. I may be a little spoiled because I live within walking distance of a Whole Foods, but I know

Chickpea Pizza with Asparagus and Pea Shoot Tangle from Chickpea Flour Does It All

I get many requests to review cookbooks, and I usually only say yes to the vegan cookbooks. I like supporting vegan authors, and I don’t want a book full of recipes that I can’t make. (Or have to figure out how to veganize.) For these reasons, I

What’s for Lunch? Lunchtime Favorites from Dianne’s Vegan Kitchen

If you follow me on Instagram, you may know that I’ve been hard at work on my second e-book. I’m happy to announce that it’s now available!   What’s for Lunch? is the second in my Dianne’s Vegan Kitchen Favorites e-book series! It features 19 of the most popular sandwiches

Banh Mi Tostadas from 100 Best Vegan Recipes by Robin Robertson

I don’t know how she does it, but Robin Robertson has written yet another cookbook! 100 Best Vegan Recipes is her newest book, and it contains 90 of her favorite recipes from the best selling 1,000 Vegan Recipes along 10 that are brand new.   For those

Thai Red Curry from Vegan Under Pressure by Jill Nussinow

Dennis knows that I love kitchen gadgets and appliances, and he tends to give them to me for special occasions. Several years ago, he gave me a Vitamix for Valentine’s Day. My vegan foodie friends were in awe, and my non-foodie friends thought I was nuts for

Mighty Migas from The Taco Cleanse

Because I’m a vegan health and lifestyle coach, I receive a lot of requests from people asking me to review their cleanse or try their detox program. I almost always turn them down, because I know it’s not necessary to go on a cleanse or detox to

Vietnamese Brussels Sprout & Noodle Salad from Superfoods 24/7 by Jessica Nadel

In the nutrition world, superfoods are all the rage, and there’s always talk of incorporating more of them into one’s diet. The definition of a “superfood” can change, depending on who you are talking too. For some people, a superfood can be an exotic ingredient such as

Mushroom Purses from The Make Ahead Vegan Cookbook by Ginny Kay McMeans

In my health coaching business, I see a lot of clients who work long hours and don’t have much time to cook in the evenings. I often recommend using a slow cooker or cooking ahead and freezing meals, so that dinner will be ready when they get

Savory Stuffed Apples from The Great Vegan Grains Book by Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes

Have you noticed that there seems to be a war on grains going on? Some people don’t think they should be consumed because our human ancestors didn’t eat them, however it’s believed that grains have been a part of the human diet for many thousands of years.