Review: Looly’s Pearls

Women preparing couscous for Looly's Pearls

Couscous is a tasty and quick addition to any plate, and when you add some great ethics to the mix, you've got a good meal, right? Find out whether or not Looly's Pearls proved just that to Jason. Read More »

Review: Fran Costigan’s “Vegan Chocolate”

The cover of Fran Costigan's Vegan Chocolate Cookbook

Find out what Dan Hanley from The Gay Vegans has to say about Fran Costigan's "Vegan Chocolate" and the numerous desserts within. Read More »

Review: EZ Tofu Press

EZ Tofu Press logo

If you haven't tried pressing your tofu before cooking with it, then maybe you haven't really cooked with tofu? At least, that's what Sarah Louise from The Cozy Vegan thinks! Read More »

V is for Vegan: The ABCs of Being Kind

V is for Vegan book cover

V is for Vegan: The ABCs of Being Kind is a children’s book that incorporates the alphabet using one letter at a time to present information on living a kind life to animals and the planet. Find out just what one mom (and her child) thought of it. Read More »

Review: Dauphin Bakery

Cookies and granola from Dauphin Bakery.

Based in Brooklyn, New York, Dauphin Bakery provides handmade gluten-free, soy-free, vegan, wheat-free, peanut-free, refined sugar-free goodies using local and organic ingredients to shops around the Big Apple. They also ship throughout the United States. Read More »

Review: Cooking Vegetarian

Cooking Vegetarian review

Written by Joseph Forest and Vesanto Melina R.D, this cookbook is titled "Cooking Vegan" in the United States, but the copy we received north of the border went by "Cooking Vegetarian". T.O.F.U. contributor Krystle Charlton took the time to see whether or not the contents would interest people, regardless of its name. Read More »