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Review | The Colorful Family Table

Image contains a variety of colourful food on a white table, including a roasted orange squash with macaroni, blue cabbage, a couple salads, and more. To the left of the centre of the page, there is pink text that sys “seasonal plant-based recipes for the whole family”. In the bottom of the image, there is a frosted white circle with the words "The Colorful Family Table Ilene Godofsky Moreno Author of The Colorful Kitchen" in various colours.

Ilene Godofsky Moreno is back with a new cookbook, and Amanda has what you need to know before you pick it up. Read More »

Review: Kiss or Cook? by LuLu Lotus

Image contains a shopping cart filled with cartoon vegetables and animals on a white background. Above the cart, black text says "Kiss or Cook?" and above that smaller text says "Teaching children compassion for our animal friends featuring rescue animals from around the world". Below the cart, more small, black text says "Written & illustrated by LuLu Lotus".

Amanda is back with another vegan kids' book review, and this one comes with a question. Read More »

Review: Vegan Adventures with Barnyard Friends

Image contains a red barn in the background. The sun is shining in a clear blue sky behind it. In the foreground, there are four animals: a cow, pig, sheep, and duck.

With stories, activities, and recipes, find out if the new children's book release from Matt Bennett held the attention of Amanda's vegan kid. Read More »

Review | Becoming Vegan (Comprehensive Edition)

Cover for Becoming Vegan

Becoming Vegan has been a great resource for veg folks for years, but does the comprehensive edition really add to the wealth of information it already provides? Find out what Katie thinks after pouring over its nearly 500 pages. Read More »

#TBT | The Age Issue

Cover of Issue Nine of T.O.F.U. Magazine

Given that the ninth issue of the magazine, which focused on ageism within the vegan community, is one year old today, it seemed fitting to choose it for this week's Throwback Thursday. Read More »

Review: Plant-Powered Families

Cover for Dreena Burton's Plant-Powered Families

Dreena Burton's newest book, Plant-Powered Families, is made for children and picky eaters alike. With that in mind, Katie took the challenge of revisiting a number of hated childhood foods, and was quite pleased with the results. Read More »