All posts tagged holidays

Vegan Chai Oatmeal Muffin Recipe

Vegan Chai Oat Muffins

I’ve been on a total vegan muffin kick lately, and how could you really blame me? Muffins are the perfect breakfast or snack! Single portions, hearty, sweet and easy to eat on the go; what’s not to love? If I didn’t sell you on muffins yet, hopefully this will, these muffins are spiced with Blue Lotus Chai, dotted with Earnest Eats Mayan Oats (with cacao!) and made super moist with The Vegg Baking Mix. Read more…

TOLERANT Pasta Review + Recipe

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Recipe and Photos by Jackie Sobon

I’ve had my fair share of experiences with various types of pasta, mostly because I love making vegan mac ‘n’ cheese. Sometimes I’m cooking for a gluten-free friend, and have to find a good substitute for the semolina/durum wheat pasta that I usually have on hand. Quinoa pasta, brown rice pasta, you name it, I’ve probably tried it out. Then, a few weeks ago, I heard about TOLERANT Foods. The company is centered on providing healthy, allergy-friendly pasta that can not only replace gluten-y noodles, but also make it a healthier alternative.  Read more…

Vegan Cuts Holiday Gift Guide

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We’re deep into November and that means a lot of different things to people. In most places, it means the leaves are almost gone, the boots and scarves have come out of hiding, and families everywhere are simultaneously looking forward to and dreading the holiday get-togethers.

Here at Vegan Cuts, we like to think it means one other thing, too. ‘Tis the season for… holiday shopping! To help ease your gift-giving decisions this year, we’ve put together a guide of amazing cruelty-free gifts for everyone on your holiday list! Whether you’re shopping for your mom, your best girlfriend, your favorite nephew, or your kids’ school teacher, we’ve got a gift that will knock their socks off. Start shopping now!

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5 Holiday Party Survival Tips for Vegans

It’s that time of the year again. You’ve been invited to your company’s holiday party, your neighbor’s open house, or your aunt’s holiday feast. You’ve donned your holiday sweater and now you’re wondering: Will there be anything for me to eat?

Whether you’re a new vegan or have been following a vegan lifestyle for decades, the anxiety around these types of events may never go away completely. However, there are a few tricks you can use to help navigate these holiday buffets and avoid hunger pangs.
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