Credit to Lealou For two servings. For the roasted chickpeas: 100 g chickpeas (can), rinsed and drained 2 tbsp olive oil 1 pinch (smoked) paprika powder Sea salt flakes and black pepper, freshly ground For the soup: 1 garlic clove 1 small white onion […]
Vegan life revealed that, starting from Friday 5th April, vegan Palestinian pop-up What the Fattoush? and vegan Chinese pop-up Phung Kay are coming together to present the culinary adventurous with ‘Palestinian dumplings’. For one month only, Londoner’s can sample the exclusive dish at What […]
Vegnews find out that, New Zealand-based food technology startup New Culture is working to create vegan cheese that closely mimics its dairy-derived counterpart. Similar to the process used by plant-based meat brand Impossible Foods, the company is working with elements of dairy on a molecular level to create plant-based substitutes that closely resemble cheese. “We want to make amazing tasting vegan cheese that is better in taste, structure, and function when compared with dairy cheese—as well as being healthier, far more sustainable, and able to be enjoyed by everyone,” Matt Gibson, CEO and co-founder of New Culture, told Digital Trends. New Culture is first focusing on developing vegan mozzarella using a microbe that replicates the function of casein—a dairy-derived protein that is credited with giving cheese its distinctive texture and flavor. The startup is currently participating in IndieBio—a highly regarded biotechnology accelerator program that previously assisted companies such as Memphis Meats, Finless Foods, and New Wave Foods. The development of the product is still in its early stages but Gibson says that once the company raises sufficient capital, he hopes to have New Culture’s vegan mozzarella available to the public within 18 months.
Credit to Delish Knowledge Ingredients 1 (12 ounce) jar roasted red pepper, drained 3/4 cup unsweetened soy milk 1 tablespoon olive oil 3/4 teaspoon salt 4 cloves garlic, roughly chopped 2 tablespoons tahini 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes 12 ounces penne, […]
According to Livekindly Gordon Ramsay has told self-confessed vegan food-hater Piers Morgan to “go f*ck himself” in a recent interview with James Corden on “The Late Late Show.” Ramsay made the comments after Corden informed him of Morgan’s response to his latest Tweet. Earlier this […]
Miley Cyrus is a popular American singer and actress. She became famous after playing the role of a young pop singer in the youth series “Hannah Montana2”
Music career of Miley Cyrus developed in parallel with the acting career.
And she is vegan.
Living a completely vegan life style, whether it’s what I eat or wear I am very certain that veganism is taking over and stoked to see so many brands jumpin on this revolution!
“You do not need to torture or kill animals to sell fabulous products!
“Love love and more love!”
- Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus
- Can not Be Tamed
- Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Pets
- Big Fish
- Hannah Montana
- High School Musical 2
- Hannah Montana: The Movie
- The last song
- So Undercover
Love her !
Handsome, talented and compassionate; Yes, Joaquin Phoenix is vegan and everybody absolutely adores him. To top that all off – as if that wasn’t enough! – Joaquin Phoenix is not only he is vegan; and, is also active about his veganism, having acted as an animal rights […]