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message 1: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) There are a many, many vegan websites that have recipes. Share some of your favorite sites in this thread.


message 2: by Manybooks (new)

Manybooks I was searching for vegan Spätzle yesterday (homemade German noodles, the original recipe contains a lot of eggs), and I came upon the following German vegan website. I know most of you probably do not speak or read German, but I wanted to share the website anyway, because it contains a lot of interesting looking recipes.

http://www.veganwelt.de/


message 3: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Thanks, Gundula.

At some point I'll post some websites. I have a long list of them!

All members feel free to post your favorite websites. There are hundreds, if not thousands of them, with many, many thousands of recipes.


message 4: by Lisa (last edited Mar 11, 2011 06:53AM) (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) I have not been to/used all of these, but this is a list I've been compiling. A few of them are sites by cookbook authors.

VegNews (http://www.vegnews.com/web/home.do) is my favorite magazine, and a great support for vegans and those interested in veganism. This is their lunch blog showing what they eat:

http://cafevegnews.blogspot.com/

And here, in no particular order, are a few websites with vegan recipes:

http://vegancrunk.blogspot.com/ (This first one, I’ve heard, is a good blog and also has an extensive list of other vegan cooking blogs in the blogroll)

http://www.meettheshannons.net/p/bett... (This is the Betty Crocker project; they are veganizing every recipe in the 1950 Betty Crocker cookbook!)

http://vegaloca.blogspot.com (Lee's blog)

http://hedgehoginthekitchen.blogspot.... (Kathryn's blog)

http://veganmarshmallows.blogspot.com...

http://happyherbivore.com/

http://veganmofo.wordpress.com/

http://veganyumyum.com/

http://www.theppk.com/recipes/

http://veganlunchbox.blogspot.com/

http://thetruculentvegetable.wordpres...

http://www.kitchenlaboheme.com/

http://theveganronin.blogspot.com/200...

http://vegandad.blogspot.com/

http://www.veganoccasions.com/pages/v...

http://pdxvegancookingclub.blogspot.com/

http://www.cancerproject.org/recipes/...

http://www.thekindlife.com/ (sometimes has a few recipes)

http://www.ivu.org/recipes/

http://www.vrg.org/journal/index.htm#...

http://vegweb.com/

http://www.veganchef.com/

http://www.compassionatecooks.com/rec...

http://www.vegfamily.com/vegan-recipes/

http://engine2diet.com/recipes/

http://www.pcrm.org/health/recipes/

http://www.vrg.org/recipes/

http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/

http://nursebobbi.wordpress.com/ (a friend who says not much is there yet)

http://www.drmcdougall.com/index.html (a friend told me their newsletter has good fat free recipes)

http://vegancupcakes.wordpress.com/


http://www.101cookbooks.com/vegan_rec... (some of these actually have to be veganized!)

http://www.medicalcodingcertification...


message 5: by Lindsey (new)

Lindsey (_lindsey_) | 42 comments I'm sure I'll come back here later to add more, but here's one I found today.

http://mouthwateringvegan.com/


message 7: by Kathryn (new)

Kathryn | 138 comments What a wonderful list, Lisa! Thank you.


Sandi *~The Pirate Wench~* (thepiratewench) | 53 comments This group is a dangerous place to check into before dinner! :D


message 9: by Jenny (last edited May 01, 2011 07:02AM) (new)

Jenny (jenbug26) Lisa wrote: "I have not been to/used all of these, but this is a list I've been compiling. A few of them are sites by cookbook authors.

VegNews (http://www.vegnews.com/web/home.do) is my favorite magazine, and..."


I loved 101cookbooks.com when I was vegetarian. I plan on revisiting to see about veganizing some of them now that I'm trying vegan.


message 10: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
Selah has just mentioned this great website on another thread so I thought I would add it here as well. You can create your own meatloaf recipe by plugging in a bunch of ingredients from a list of choices.

http://www.veganlunchbox.com/loaf_stu...


message 11: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Lee wrote: "You can create your own meatloaf recipe by plugging in a bunch of ingredients from a list of choices."

This is so cool! I love meal loaves.


message 12: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
I used to love meat loaf too. I've never made a vegan one although I do make lots of different types of veggie and bean burgers. I'm going to give this a try.


message 13: by Manybooks (new)

Manybooks Lisa wrote: "Lee wrote: "You can create your own meatloaf recipe by plugging in a bunch of ingredients from a list of choices."

This is so cool! I love meal loaves."


I just put a bookmark for that website, I need to try it out.


message 14: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Lee, I don't like any that remind me of actual meat. But I used to make one with soybeans (the actual beans) and one with lentils and brown rice. Both were amazingly good. And I've tasted plenty grain, bean, and veggie based ones, with spices of course, that have been delicious.


message 15: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
I think vegan "meatloaf" is something I might be able to get my daughter to eat if it's not too heavily spiced.


message 16: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Lee wrote: "I think vegan "meatloaf" is something I might be able to get my daughter to eat if it's not too heavily spiced."

It's definitely worth a try. Easy to make, makes good leftovers, etc.


message 17: by Selah (new)

Selah (selahwrites) | 113 comments I've frozen slices after baking for quick sandwich fillings, quick meals, etc. It works like a champ for me, since I live alone and don't like to make large amounts of anything in case it doesn't make me crave it.


message 18: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Selah, That's such a good idea. Freezer leftovers. When they're in the fridge they're too easy to keep eating. I live alone too and portion control is an issue for me. I try to make just one or two servings of what I make, but freezing individual portions would certainly save time!


message 19: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
I made one of the magical veggie dinner loaves using the program here:

http://www.veganlunchbox.com/loaf_stu...

It was a great success! Thanks for letting us know about this Selah.


message 20: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Lee wrote: "I made one of the magical veggie dinner loaves using the program here:

http://www.veganlunchbox.com/loaf_stu...

It was a great success! Thanks for letting us know about this Selah."


Lee, And your combination looks so delicious!:

http://vegaloca.blogspot.com/2011/05/...

Thanks from me also, Selah! I want to try some of these, and re my pot luck question, I think one of these loaves could work really well to bring to a vegan pot luck gathering.


message 21: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
I think one of these would work at a pot luck gathering too!


message 22: by Selah (new)

Selah (selahwrites) | 113 comments ONE of the many things *I* like about the magical loaf recipe is that you can use it to finish up tiny portions of stuff from the pantry so as to avoid waste.

And Lee, your loaf on your blog looks wonderful!


message 23: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
Thanks Selah! I actually made another one with slightly different ingredients (using leftover rice) and it turned out just as tasty. I'm in love with the magical loaf!


message 24: by Selah (new)

Selah (selahwrites) | 113 comments one of my dear friends - Sinead http://kitchendancing.blogspot.com/20...
Her cooking is to be admired like art, as is she.


message 25: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
Hey everyone, I just stumbled across this amazing website called www.veganbaking.net

It has loads of recipes and baking tips. check it out!


message 26: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Lee wrote: "Hey everyone, I just stumbled across this amazing website called www.veganbaking.net

It has loads of recipes and baking tips. check it out!"


Thanks, Lee! It looks like a fabulous website!


message 27: by Jayme (new)

Jayme (jayme-reads) That site looks amazing! I need Hazelnut Coffee Ice Cream right now.


message 28: by Angela (new)

Angela Stafford | 4 comments Hi there
Just wanted to post my website: http://www.angstafford.com I have written a Vegan cookbook names Wild Vegan and am writing a children's cookbook now. There are sample recipes on my site.
all the best.


message 29: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
Thanks Angela! How exciting for you. I saw Lisa's review of your book and it looks very interesting.


message 30: by Hilda (new)

Hilda Jorgensen | 48 comments This is my blog, it doesn't have much on there at the moment but I'll be adding more recipes soon: http://triumphofthelentilblog.wordpre...

Also this has a few recipes from my cookbook: http://triumphofthelentil.wordpress.c...


message 31: by Lee, Unrepentant Eggplant Addict (new)

Lee (leekat) | 1027 comments Mod
Thanks Hilda!


message 32: by Farrah (new)

Farrah | 212 comments Hey is vegnews just an online mag now? I could have swore I saw it in whole foods once. Now I can't fins it anywhere


message 33: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Farrah wrote: "Hey is vegnews just an online mag now? I could have swore I saw it in whole foods once. Now I can't fins it anywhere"

It comes out as a 6 times a year magazine. I've been subscribing since their third issue. I got their second issue for free at a World Vegetarian Day fair in San Francisco:

http://vegnews.com/web/home.do

http://vegnews.com/web/pages/page.do?...

You can subscribe, and it's in most of my local health food stores and some bookstores by the issue.

ETA: It's the only publication I read every word of, cover to cover, ads included.


message 34: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) I like this website provided via the Food Empowerment Project, which gives a bunch of veganized Mexican recipes:

http://veganmexicanfood.com/


message 35: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) I just watched her tv show Saturday (2nd to last of the season) and just joined the Jazzy Vegetarian facebook group.

Here are some of her vegan holiday recipes:

http://www.pbs.org/food/features/holi...

The dishes she made on her tv show all looked amazing: velvety carrot soup, stuffed peppers (with quinoa, black beans, onion, garlic, etc. etc.), kale with sunflower seeds, etc., and a chocolate pudding (which had a fancier name and looked so delicious), and she made them all look doable.


message 36: by Nettie (new)

Nettie | 111 comments I have seen 2 episodes of the Jazzy Vegetarian. One was a brunch episode. She ( don't know the host's name) made a french toast that looked really good. She said that she experimented with different ways to make french toast until she came up with this one. She used a cashew cream to soak the bread in.

The other episode I saw was an Eco Picnic theme. The dishes all looked good and easy. So far I have liked what I have seen of the program.


message 37: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Nettie, Thanks. Everybody, it was Nettie who told me about The Jazzy Vegetarian tv program. I have this week's show/the season finale set to tape and hope to see other episodes. They all look good.


message 38: by Jayme (new)

Jayme (jayme-reads) Vegnews rocks! I've been subscribing to vegnews for a couple years now, but I'm thinking of going treeless next year. Does anyone here use their digital version? I'm wondering what file type it is. I would want to be able to tranfer it to some sort of ereader on my ipad, not just read it in a browser.


message 39: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Jayme, I read issue 2 as a freebie from a World Vegetarian Day festival. I've subscribed since issue 3. I'm not interested in the digital version, and have never seen it, because I have a hard time reading lengthy things on the computer. And I like the ads. I keep mine but one advantage of the paper editions is that when you're through with them you can leave them in doctors' offices, hospital waiting rooms, free boxes at bookstores, etc. etc. etc.


message 40: by Jayme (new)

Jayme (jayme-reads) Oh, I love getting my paper editions. I struggled with the decision to maybe go paperless. Mostly it's a money thing. It costs me $40 instead of $20 just for the privilege of living in Canada. If I go paperless there's no shipping fee!


message 41: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Jayme, Yes, the postage to Canada is crazy expensive. I'll be really curious about what you/any others think of the online editions. I hope they're identical and easy to read.


message 42: by Tim (new)

Tim | 45 comments I noticed that VegNews is on Zinio for $19.99/6 issues. I don't have a subscription, but my subscription to Analog Science Fiction and Fact via Zinio looks just like a paper version, but with a hyperlinked table of contents. You can double tap to zoom in on the text (which is handy for a fiction magazine with mostly text). The advantage of Zinio is that you can read via a web browser as well as on the iPhone/iPad/Android.

I posted this over on Comfort Reads Daily Chat, but I thought I'd share here too, Veganize It...Don't Criticize It,

http://jennshaggy.blogspot.com/

which has some wonderful recipes (and great photos). She also has a cookbook (which I haven't picked up yet, but plan to).


message 43: by Lisa (last edited Feb 24, 2012 05:57PM) (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Thanks, Tim. That does look like such an interesting website. I like that there are links to so many related sites.

Don, I subscribe to the paper edition of VegNews just as Don does. I got the 2nd issue as a freebie at a World Vegetarian Day festival and have been a subscriber since the 3rd issue. The only issue I've never read is the 1st issue. It's turned from a relatively low budget newspaper format to a big, glossy, professional magazine. It's my favorite publication, the only one I usually read cover to cover, ads included.


message 44: by Rachel (new)

Rachel (petalpower) | 393 comments I love the name, SHOW ME THE CURRY !


message 45: by Val (new)

Val  Cowhugger  (momof2gremlins) | 442 comments Rachel wrote: "I love the name, SHOW ME THE CURRY !"
Me too, sad to have Tom Cruise immediately come to mind though! LOL


message 46: by Leslie (new)

Leslie | 7 comments Each year ApartmentTherapy.com has awards for various types of blogs - and three of the awards are for food blogs. I'm HORRIFIED to find all the current top vote getters to be paleo web sites - all that meat - yuck - and there are few vegan sites.

They are still accepting nominations - you might want to nominate vegan sites, and then all go and vote! I'm guessing that there was an organized paleo movement to get those site ranked high.

You can get to the site here.

I don't know the best vegan web sites, but if you all add them, I'll go vote for them.


message 47: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Thanks, Leslie. Oh, there are hundreds if not thousands of vegan ones. More representation would be wonderful.


message 48: by Emma (new)

Emma | 10 comments ble.at/recipes! You can search by ingredients, course, cuisine and diet, for example gluten-free, raw, diabetic and so on :)


message 49: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Emma wrote: "ble.at/recipes! You can search by ingredients, course, cuisine and diet, for example gluten-free, raw, diabetic and so on :)"

Thanks, Emma!


message 50: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Vegan (lisavegan) Don wrote: "Got to do a shameless plug for my friend and her husbands website that they spent countless hour on and is just now up. They could use some support.

http://www.vegansprout.com/"


Thanks, Don. It looks great. I hope it's very successful for them.


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