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  • by Tobias Leenaert
    German/French tv channel ARTE produced an excellent five part documentary series called “Who we eat: the end of meat”. It features philosophers, entrepreneurs and activists who each give their views on where our food system needs to go and how it can get there. I’m one of the protagonists in the final part.You can watch […] The post Who we eat appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    Not so long ago, activist, podcaster and filmmaker Jack Hancock-Fairs did this interview with me. We talked about the state and the possibilities for improvement for animal activism, individual vs. institutional change, communication, avoiding burnout as an activist, wild animal suffering, and other topics. The post Interview with Humane Hancock appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    Plant-based food is hot. Maybe you’ve thought about investing in it, either just because you think such an investment might yield a good return down the road, and/or because you want your investments to align with your values of sustainability, health and compassion for animals. This article provides a brief overview of the options you […] The post Investing in the plant-based space: what are the options? appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    Many people who care about animals1 (be they farmed/domesticated or wild) or the environment seem to think that these animals or the planet would be better off without humans2. I want to argue here why humans disappearing from the face of the planet (whatever that would mean or imply for the humans themselves) may not […] The post Why humans disappearing from the planet could be a very bad thing for animals appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    In 1906 American journalist Upton Sinclair published his book The Jungle. With it, he wanted to raise awareness about the terrible working conditions and lives of immigrant workers in the meat industry in his country. Sinclair wanted to create outrage about this situation and thus hopefully improve the lives of these workers.The Jungle’s main effect, […] The post That’s disgusting! – Should animal activists aim for the stomach? appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    Early 2019, my girlfriend Melanie and I exchanged our city of Ghent, Belgium for the countryside. Belgium is a very small and very densely populated country, so you’re never really far from civilization. We’re certainly not in the middle of nowhere, but we do live amidst the fields and forests, and have our own six […] The post Into the wild: animal dilemmas I’m confronted with after moving to the countryside appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    Leah Garcés is the director of Mercy For Animals, and previously launched and headed Compassion in World Farming in the United States. Recently, Leah also published the book GRILLED: turning adversaries into allies to change the chicken industry (Bloomsbury, 2019). In it, she tells about her own fight to help end factory farming. I found […] The post Turning adversaries into allies – an interview with Leah Garcés appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    On August 26-28, 2019, I attended the Alternative Protein and Dairy Show, at the Nemo Museum in Amsterdam. This event focuses on new alternatives for animal products, giving a lot attention to tech, startups and finance. It’s organized by the organized Kind Earth Tech. I found it incredibly inspiring, so here’s a report of some […] The post Meat the Future – a report from the Alternative Protein and Dairy Show in Amsterdam appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    “As a known brand we can lure customers of our meat products to buy our meatfree products” It was pretty close to unthinkable a couple of years ago, but today more and more meat producers are betting on plantbased alternatives. Imperial Meat Products – known under the brand name Aoste – is part of the […] The post When meat producers get on the veggie wagon – an interview with Imperial Meat Products appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by Tobias Leenaert
    Charity Entrepreneurship is a research and training program aimed at creating multiple high impact charities with a different focus area each year. They are part of Charity Science Foundation of Canada. In 2018-2019, their research is focused on animal welfare. ​Their mission is to increase the number of effective charities in the world. Recently, Charity […] The post Unexpected ways to help farmed animals – an interview with Joey Savoie of Charity Entrepreneurship appeared first on The Vegan Strategist.
  • by KD Angle Traegner
    This vegan pepperoni is richly seasoned with onion, garlic, crushed red pepper, smoked paprika, and fennel seeds. The post Vegan Pepperoni Recipe from Crafting Seitan appeared first on Your Daily Vegan.
  • by KD Angle Traegner
    Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, there's not much time left to find the perfect gift. Last-minute vegan valentine gift-givers, allow me to help. The post 17 Last-Minute Vegan Valentines Gift Ideas appeared first on Your Daily Vegan.
  • by KD Angle Traegner
    When cold temps come, it’s the perfect time to reach for the warm spices in your spice rack that bring the heat to dishes. The post Warm Spices for Cold Weather appeared first on Your Daily Vegan.
  • by KD Angle Traegner
    Traveling with dogs & cats can be fun and rewarding, but it does take a bit of extra planning to do it safely. Always be prepared isn’t merely a good motto; it’s good advice too. The post Tips for Traveling with Dogs & Cats appeared first on Your Daily Vegan.
  • by KD Angle Traegner
    Dirty bird feeders are a breeding ground for disease that could decimate entire backyard bird populations. Here's how to keep those feeders clean. The post How (and Why) to Clean Your Winter Bird Feeder appeared first on Your Daily Vegan.
  • Apple pie. A true classic. This pie has soft apples, baked with fragrant cinnamon, encased in flakey pastry. Perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or anytime really. Best served with fluffy whipped cream or rich ice cream.
  • This creamy open-faced pie originated in the southern United States and is usually served during the fall and winter holidays. Warm up a slice and have it with rich whipped or ice cream for a classic autumn treat.
  • This is an easy pastry dough recipe, that can be used for savoury or sweet dishes. It's light and flakey and super quick to prepare. Best of all, the dough can be frozen, making it easy to put together an impressive homemade dish whenever you want!
  • This is a quick dish that you can prepare on busy nights when you just don’t really feel like cooking but want something homemade that's equally as quick and delicious as takeout. The noodles are packed with flavour and heat, and the broccolini gives the dish a satisfying crunch.
  • Tikka masala is a blend of aromatic and warm spices. The sweet paprika powder and chili give it a signature red colour. It's great to use in preparing Indian-inspired dishes like our Quick Tofu Tikka Masala recipe.
  • This dish was inspired by the famous Chicken Tikka masala recipe, that is often served in Indian restaurants across Europe and North America. We wanted to make an easy and quick vegan alternative, for everyone to enjoy at home. It takes very little time to prepare it, and the taste is delicious – slightly spicy, creamy and perfect for a quick weekday dinner.
  • Navy beans, in the Netherlands go by the descriptive name of "witte bonen" (white beans). They are also known as haricot or Boston beans and are a fantastic base for bold flavours. Inspired by Britain's classic beans on toast recipes, we've added a spicy kick to the usual baked beans. Making the toast into buttery garlic bread adds a burst of flavour to this simple, quick meal.
  • by Richa
    Vegan Baked French Toast is a simple sweet breakfast bake you need to add to the weekend morning rotation! Gluten-free option added. No standing around the stove flipping each toast! Soyfree recipe. Vegan Baked French Toast Casserole is an easy-to-make morning breakfast bake the whole family will love! Pieces of bread are covered in homemade vanilla… Read More The post Vegan Baked French toast appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    Level up the scalloped potatoes with this smoky Scalloped Potato Roll – that’s scalloped potatoes, brushed with a smoky bacony marinade, baked then rolled up with a savory lentil sausage filling! So delicious! Glutenfree Nutfree recipe My assistant Dalana is quite creative with  presentation of foods she likes and she happens to love scalloped potatoes…. Read More The post Scalloped Potato Roll appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Vegan Richa Support
    Here are the best Vegan Thanksgiving Menu ideas that are sure to make this year’s Thanksgiving dinner a full success! A mix of vegan versions of classic holiday dishes along with some more comfort food options and a special Indian inspired holiday menu. Glutenfree Soyfree Nutfree options Thanksgiving is coming up! For us we’ve been… Read More The post Vegan Thanksgiving Menu Ideas appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    Learn how to make Vegan French Onion Soup in the Instant Pot. The easiest and most hands-off way of making this French Bistro Classic without compromising on the flavor! No standing around sautéing for hours! In the midst of soup season, I am coming at you with another vegan version of a comfort food classic. Vegan… Read More The post Vegan French Onion Soup appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    This Vegan Baked Mushroom Rice comes together quickly and easily in one casserole dish and is baked in the oven to fluffy, flavorful perfection. It will become a family favorite in no time. Glutenfree Nutfree. Soy-free option included. Whether you’re looking for a plant-based comfort food dinner or a creative vegan side dish to serve… Read More The post Baked Vegan Mushroom Rice appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    These 5 ingredient No-Bake Peanut butter Cookies come together very quickly and satisfy the cookie, fudge and quick snack craving! Use almond butter to make it peanut-free and sunflower seed butter for nutfree. These Peanut Butter & Chocolate No Bake Cookies are a new favorite in my home! They come together in no time at… Read More The post No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    Try my easy recipe for Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-Free Naan made with Almond Flour for your next Indian Dinner! You can either stuff the vegan naan bread or mix the mushroom filling right into the batter! Gluten-free grain-free soyfree, No added yeast. Naan is my love language! A fluffy delicious somewhat chewy bread/ flatbread that’s a great… Read More The post Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    Lets make the best Garlic Mushrooms in your Instant Pot! They are the perfect quick and easy side to serve alongside all your favorite vegan roasts or pasta or mashed potatoes. Stove top option in notes. Glutenfree Nutfree Soyfree For a quick and easy side that packs some serious flavor, make these garlic mushrooms! They… Read More The post Instant Pot Garlic Mushrooms appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    This Tofu Parmesan Bake layers pressed tofu with spinach, herbs, vegan cheese, and marinara sauce for the perfect comfort food Parmigiana dinner. Nutfree. Gluten-free option. We’re in peak comfort food season. Now, comfort food is a little bit different for everyone and it depends on what cuisines you grew up eating. For many of us,… Read More The post Vegan Tofu Parmesan Bake (Parmigiana) appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Richa
    Perfectly spiced with a homemade mild curry powder, this Malaysian tofu coconut curry with crisp tofu is a quick, easy, and deliciously flavorful vegan comfort food meal made in one pan. Serve with rice. You will love this Easy Malaysian-inspired Tofu and Veggie Curry. This quick vegan curry is a comforting southeast Asian curry that is… Read More The post Malaysian Tofu Curry appeared first on Vegan Richa.
  • by Tegan Philp
    What led you to the Naturopathic Health industry?  My long-life passion is to help people with mobility health conditions like myself. From my own personal experiences dealing with… View Article The post ANP Member Spotlight – Interview with Daniel Bateman, The Mobility Health Coach appeared first on The ANP.
  • by Andrea Grandson
    The post Interview with Gabrielle Cheyney -Acupuncturist, Naturopath and Holistic Therapist appeared first on The ANP.
  • by Tegan Philp
    As natural health practitioners most of us are aware of the term bio individuality, which makes for an interesting and varied approach when it comes to clients with… View Article The post Mycotoxins in clinical practice – testing and therapeutics appeared first on The ANP.
  • by Tegan Philp
    By Beth Raven @ Cytoplan With an ageing population and a rising life expectancy, it is more important than ever to consider how to stay healthy as we… View Article The post Healthy ageing: nutrition and lifestyle support appeared first on The ANP.
  • by Tegan Philp
    Propolis has been used as a natural medicine for thousands of years. The Ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians were all aware of its healing properties. These days propolis… View Article The post Propolis: The Bees’ Knees when it comes to Immune Support appeared first on The ANP.