Vegan MoFo’ing this October

The October schedule of classes is up with menus! Check it out and sign up. This Monday is No Muss, No Fuss Brunch. It’s gonna be a good one!

One of the things I wanted to do with this website was to churn out at least one non-business related blog post a week – recipes, tips on incorporating more plant-based food into your diet, holistic / natural health tips, etc. I think I was pretty good at it for a few weeks, and then the non-business related posts became sporadic. Sorry 😦

I’m glad to announce though that together with hundreds of food bloggers around the world, I will be participating in Vegan MoFo (Vegan Month of Food) and blogging every weekday throughout the whole month of October about food, food, and more glorious food. I will share recipes, interesting food finds, tips on eating more veggies / adopting a vegetarian diet, my favorite kitchen gadgets, whatever I can think of!

I joined Vegan MoFo in 2008 and it was a challenge to be a religious blogger. That was back when I worked for a corporation and ran a vegan baking business on the side, mind you. Well, now I don’t have any excuse not to go through Vegan MoFo 2011 since I work for myself and my work involves food, right?

October is a few days away and I’m ready to rumble (the 1st is a Saturday so I start on Monday the 3rd). Is there anything in particular you readers would like me to blog about?

Why do you need to drink green smoothies and juices? What are the top vegetarian sources of calcium? Why do you need to stock your fridge with miso paste? Why does coconut oil pwn canola? What gadgets do you need in your kitchen? How do you chop an onion like a pro? How do you beat inflammatory with food? Why don’t vegetarians suffer from gout and high uric acid? Let me know!

Find out more about Vegan MoFo here. Check out the Facebook page here and the Twitter page here.

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5 responses to “Vegan MoFo’ing this October

  1. ralph

    why dont vegetarians suffer from gout and high uric acid? I know we dont but I have trouble explaining this

  2. Emily

    If you have time, I’d love an explanation of the different types of miso and their typical uses in vegan cooking. I have a jar of red miso in the back of my fridge that needs some serious loving.

  3. Pingback: Spreading the green juice and smoothie love at St Luke’s, Quezon City this Saturday | Kitchen Revolution

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