• Food,  Recipes,  Reviews

    Kabocha Croquettes

    The other night I picked up one of my favorite vegan Japanese cookbooks, Kansha, and created the Crispy and Creamy Kabocha Croquettes. It’s a very easy and delicious recipe perfect for using fall’s squash bounty. Here’s how it went: Kabocha I started of course with the main ingredient, kabocha. What is kabocha you ask? It’s a Japanese pumpkin, almost identical to buttercup squash here in the states. Its skin is dark green and hard, yet edible; while the inside is orange-yellow with seeds and guts like a pumpkin. I didn’t need to use up the whole squash for this recipe, so I simply took a sharp knife and cut it…

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    Hearts of Palm Po’ Boys

    I tried out Rabbit and Wolves’ Vegan Hearts of Palm Po’ Boys. Please read on to see what I thought of it. Lately I’ve been trying to become more acquainted with classic American foods (see vegan meatloaf). During my research I came across something I’ve never heard of before, a po’ boy. What is a po’ boy? It’s a sandwich from Louisiana that’s typically made with meat or seafood, lettuce, tomato, pickles, a creamy sauce, and all on a French baguette. I’m not sure where the name comes from, but the ingredients list made it still worth trying in the kitchen. I ended up at one of my favorite blogs,…

  • Beyond Burger vegan meatloaf
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    Beyond Burger Vegan Meatloaf

    The other night I made a Beyond Burger Vegan Meatloaf, and it was so good! “Wait a minute….vegan meatloaf?? I thought vegans don’t eat meat?!” Well, we do eat meat, just not the animal based kind. ๐Ÿ˜‰This vegan meatloaf is made out of Beyond Burger patties, which closely mimics the taste and texture of traditional animal-based ground beef. “Why not just make a chickpea or lentil loaf like every other vegan?” I’ve already tried a few of those recipes and they ended up too dry and obviously lentil tasting. Plus my significant other is not the biggest fan of legumes. Sad, yes I know. So what is a vegan to…

  • wrapped Impossible Whopper
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    Impossible Whopper Review

    It’s finally here, folks. Burger King just released the Impossible Whopper nationwide to its 7200 stores. This is my first time trying out the Impossible burger patty, so let’s see how it holds up to the hype! But first… What is the Impossible Whopper? The Impossible Whopper is a burger made with a patty created by Impossible Foods. This patty is 100% plant-based, which means that it contains no animal flesh or animal by-products. For example, some of the key ingredients include soy and potato protein, coconut and sunflower oils, and special ingredient heme. If you’d like to know the nutritional information on the entire Impossible Whopper, Burger King provides…