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The January edition features a great look behind the scenes at London’s Cantina Laredo where chef Tarryn Ginsberg shows how to make all vegan stuffed courgette blossoms with special step by step instructions for us.

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Go Loopy in Soho

NEW YORK: In Soho we went in search of the perfect tea towel but ended up falling in love with Loopy Mango’s boutique and bijou crochet rugs. 

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Bells for breakfast

Gavin Buckley thinks outside the square. Over more than 30 years in the restaurant business, the Australian entrepreneur has proven he has his finger on the pulse.

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The Gentle Kitchen Magazine features vegan recipes, feature stories, cook book and restaurant reviews, a glam package for gourmet plant-based cooks.

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Awesome and grateful

LOS ANGELES: “I am Awesome”, I unabashedly told the server, who with great sincerity nodded in agreement. “You will love that”, he enthused. “And I am Humble,” one of my dining friends countered.   “I am Vivacious... read more

Cheese can be simply tasty

Vegan food expert and author Miyoko Schinner shares her secrets for success in Artisan Vegan Cheese: From Everyday to Gourmet. “One of the reasons I wrote the book was because I wasn’t satisfied with what was available commercially,” the author said. “While some... read more

LA’s vegan pioneer

LOS ANGELES: Back in 1993, baker Alaine Shrewsbury helped pioneer the vegan, wheat-free, no refined sugar scene on the West Coast with her Alaine’s Rainforest Cake, a gourmet, healthy fruitcake chockfull of Brazil nuts and unsweetened, dried tropical fruits.... read more

Going crunk over Southern taste

Bianca Phillips has the passion of generations of Southern cooks in her blood.  With mama Delores and granny Ruth, she has successfully redefined and re-created the best, and homeliest dishes from her beloved childhood. Now we can all benefit from three generations of... read more

Vegan cooking for carnivores

The title says it all. From chicken fried steak bites to cheesecake, it’s a book of look-alike food for vegans – “recipes so tasty you won’t miss the meat”. It could get tiresome except for the enthusiasm of  Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi who commissioned... read more

New York: Candle 79 sets the gold standard

Candle 79 is no brown rice joint; it’s an elegant vegan restaurant that could give any meat-eating interloper a satisfying dining experience. Long considered one of the gold standards of American vegan cuisine, it’s highly regarded for its array of dishes and practice... read more