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Originally posted on Turning Veganese:
Yes. I said lobster… mushrooms. Lobster mushrooms are actually 2 kinds of fungus that live in parasitic relationship with one another. The fungus Hypomyces lactiflorum gives the characteristic…

Reviewing a restaurant would happen here

Tonight was my first time checking out a new restaurant since my vacation in August. The occasion was my future mother-in-laws birthday. The restaurant was vestation or as they write it veSTATION. We were… Continue reading

Anyone can wing flavor

I have learned to accept and embrace this freestyle or winging of flavor and if I can do it, so can you. See, I am a bit of a perfectionist when it comes… Continue reading

Milk can cause so many problems

A friend lent me a great cook book called the Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook by Joanne Stepaniak. I read the foreword before even getting to the recipes after the subheading of Cheese and Politics… Continue reading

Chickpeas are so versatile

I love chickpeas! The bean some may know as the garbanzo is used in many diverse dishes. Some you may have tried without even knowing of the the versatile chickpeas presence! Hummus and falafel… Continue reading

October is Vegan Month of Food!

I sure did not! I did know that  October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the month in which Dave and I plan to get married, but now with Vegan Month of Food,… Continue reading

Blogging is really hard work

I have been seriously struggling with having the time to keep up with my blog. I started the blog with enthusiasm and posted consistently. But then I got involved in my neighborhood by… Continue reading

Eating healthy is not complicated

I know this sounds a bit over simplistic but I mean it. Eating healthy should not be complicated. It is us as a consumer driven, over-stressed and lethargic society that make it complicated. If we… Continue reading

Eggplant is a fruit!

Okay, I actually did know that eggplant is a fruit prior to deciding to make Eggplant Parmesan last night but am still amused by this adaptable fruit’s use in pasta dishes. For those… Continue reading

Quinoa can be oh-so tasty!

I really love quinoa (I learned to pronounce it as keen-wah). One of the first quinoa recipes I tried a couple of years ago has now become the most raved and frequently requested… Continue reading