Learn about Afia Amoako, the Canadian African, and their life journey from Ghana, Tanzania, and South Africa, to Canada ... going vegan, starting a food blog, becoming a scientist, and soon: becoming a movie star?
Until the last decade or so, I didn't know how awful I was for liking canned cranberry sauce. Then social media let me know, of course. I just think it's so pretty how it comes out of the can with rings around it—that way you know exactly where to slice it! That was one of... Continue Reading →
So here in the US, Thanksgiving is almost upon us! At the risk of sounding like the worst, I really do not enjoy the holidays, and if I didn't feel pressured to come in, I'd not do it. A few years ago, I mentioned this to my mother, and she called me a Grinch and... Continue Reading →
I'm tired today, my foot hurts, and I've been preoccupied with writing so I've not really been in a cooking state of mind. Thankfully, all I had to do for lunch was microwave some leftover baked spaghetti. I still needed to get dinner on the table though. I set my microwave timer to 5:55, pulled... Continue Reading →
I touched on the time when my husband accidentally got a chile relleno from work that had beef and although he'd only been vegetarian for a few weeks at most, he felt upset about it and struggled with eating it. Like me, he doesn't see anything morally wrong with eating something that was otherwise going... Continue Reading →
My ingredients for smoothies. The soy kefir separates once cultured so I just give it a quick swish. If my lettuce is washed and chopped, I'll likely use it. Perhaps pre-washed/chopped lettuce is convenient for you? No shame in that! I think this was jarred pasta sauce but what a great jar it is! I... Continue Reading →
Receiving lovely purple and white chocolate from a friend, which probably includes dairy-based ingredients, not vegan.
One of my goals here at Veganish is to show you don't have to be a perfect vegan, or any kind of vegan, to reduce your animal product consumption, and that being vegan/ish isn't only for picture-perfect Instagrammers with white marble counters and $1000 blenders who have a housecleaning service come in before they do... Continue Reading →
50¢ corn tortillas and egg-free lo mein noodles Actually vegan buns but if they weren't, I wouldn't sweat it My receipt. Considering current grocery prices, I don't think it's half bad. Probably not strictly vegan wine Five 1 lb. bags of legumes for only $0.79 each with best buy dates in 2024! Some easy lunchbox... Continue Reading →
Recipe videos from Wil Yeung ... born in Hong Kong and raised in Canada since the age of three. Relaxing and chill, easy-to-follow videos showcasing a variety of cuisines.