The VegNews Guide to JUST Egg, Plus 5 Excellent Recipes
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by Tanya Flink
9h ago
For decades, tofu was the dominant alternative for vegan eggs. Sure, a block of soy can scramble nicely and blend up into a passable quiche, but the taste and texture were never quite spot on to the chicken egg-based dishes of our past. JUST—formerly Hampton Creek—set out to change that. After a number of trial products ranging from vegan mayonnaise to cookie dough, the brand finally settled on the innovation most likely to change the world: a vegan egg replacement that could scramble, bake, and fry just as well as its bird-based inspiration. JUST Egg is a veritable game changer, not just for ..read more
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These 9 Vegan Burgers are Barbecue-Approved: Fire Up the Grill!
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by Kat Smith
9h ago
There’s no food that’s as quintessentially American as the hamburger. In fact, it’s safe to say that most of us grew up with a fondness for the iconic food: its savory patty topped with ketchup, mustard, crisp lettuce, and a juicy tomato slice, all sandwiched between a sesame seed bun. Thankfully, these days there are a plethora of vegan burgers fit for the grill. And, they’re so good that they’re sure to please all palates, whether you love a traditional beef(less)-style patty or you’re on Team Veggie Burger (Why not both?). Even as vegans, we often find our mouths watering when the smoky sc ..read more
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The VegNews Guide to JUST Egg, Plus 5 Excellent Recipes
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by Tanya Flink
11h ago
For decades, tofu was the dominant alternative for vegan eggs. Sure, a block of soy can scramble nicely and blend up into a passable quiche, but the taste and texture were never quite spot on to the chicken egg-based dishes of our past. JUST—formerly Hampton Creek—set out to change that. After a number of trial products ranging from vegan mayonnaise to cookie dough, the brand finally settled on the innovation most likely to change the world: a vegan egg replacement that could scramble, bake, and fry just as well as its bird-based inspiration. JUST Egg is a veritable game changer, not just for ..read more
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17 Vegan Black-Owned Food Brands to Support During Black History Month
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by Nicole Axworthy
11h ago
If there’s one thing the food industry can’t deny, it’s the power of consumers’ dollars. As we celebrate the history, achievements, and influence of the Black community during Black History Month—and throughout the year—we are reminded of the importance of supporting entrepreneurs from diverse cultures and backgrounds. By doing so, not only are we investing in the product but we’re also championing inclusivity within the industry. This month is an opportunity to uplift Black creators and businesses, increase awareness of their brands, and advocate for change.  Vegan Black-owned businesse ..read more
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How Atlanta’s First Vegan Creamery Is Creating Community With Peach Cobbler Ice Cream
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by Jocelyn Martinez
11h ago
Atlanta’s booming vegan scene gave rise to the Slutty Vegan empire. Despite the advent of the city’s first vegan pizzeria, taqueria, and more in recent years, a void for an all-vegan creamery remains—but not for long.  The Creamy Spot is poised to become Atlanta’s first plant-based creamery when its doors open on March 25. Founded by local entrepreneur Wendy Golding, The Creamy Spot will be located in the city’s West End and will operate as a classic, nostalgia-inducing pick-up window.  Patrons can expect a variety of dairy-free frozen desserts. Vegan soft-serve, ice cream sandwiche ..read more
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These 9 Vegan Burgers are Barbecue-Approved: Fire Up the Grill!
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by Kat Smith
14h ago
There’s no food that’s as quintessentially American as the hamburger. In fact, it’s safe to say that most of us grew up with a fondness for the iconic food: its savory patty topped with ketchup, mustard, crisp lettuce, and a juicy tomato slice, all sandwiched between a sesame seed bun. Thankfully, these days there are a plethora of vegan burgers fit for the grill. And, they’re so good that they’re sure to please all palates, whether you love a traditional beef(less)-style patty or you’re on Team Veggie Burger (Why not both?). Even as vegans, we often find our mouths watering when the smoky sc ..read more
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Vegan Red Velvet Beet Shake
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by Ashley Melillo
14h ago
If you’re looking to shake things up this Valentine’s Day, look no further than Ashley Melillo’s dreamy Red Velvet Beet Shake. The one-step, six-ingredient recipe from Melillo’s cookbook, Blissful Basil, touts health-promoting properties without sacrificing indulgent flavors and convenience, making it an excellent dessert-for-breakfast option. We suggest you add two straws to this single serving shake, but it tastes so good, you might not want to share ..read more
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2 Popular Vegan Restaurants Open Outposts on University Campuses
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by Anna Starostinetskaya
16h ago
College students are increasingly looking for plant-based options, driven by factors such as environmental, health, and animal welfare concerns, according to a recent report that identified Generation Z as one of the demographics driving demand for alternatives to conventional meat and dairy.  In response to this demand—and to meet their own climate goals—foodservice companies that service universities, such as Sodexo and Aramark, have both made commitments to increase plant-based menu options by more than 40 percent by 2025.  To put even more vegan food on the menu, some universiti ..read more
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Michelin Chef-Approved Vegan Meat Hits 70 Restaurant Menus to Redefine Protein
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by Anna Starostinetskaya
18h ago
Center-of-the-plate proteins have traditionally been made from animal products but that may soon become a thing of that past thanks to Redefine Meat, which aims to do exactly what its name states: redefine the meat we eat. Israel-based Redefine makes its New-Meat line using a revolutionary technology that maps 70 sensorial parameters to create a cut of vegan meat that mimics the taste, texture, and juiciness of a whole-cut of animal meat. It came to market with a revolutionary plant-based steak and lamb flank but has since expanded to no less than 16 new vegan meat products, including premium ..read more
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Vegan Boba: the Ultimate Guide (Including Recipes!)
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by Charlotte Pointing
23h ago
In the Californian city of Garden Grove, boba tea is everywhere. According to one estimate, it’s even more popular than the nation’s favorite caffeine stop, Starbucks, with four times as many boba shops per resident as stores from the coffee giant. But while boba seems to be particularly loved in this small city, the appetite for the drink, which is also known as bubble tea, is by no means exclusive to one place in the US. Since it was introduced by immigrants from Taiwan in the 1990s, boba has soared in popularity with many Americans. But what is it, exactly? And is it vegan? Let’s investiga ..read more
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