Category Archives: cost-conscious

The Green Panther strikes again!

Vegan MoFo Day 12 was a fine, fine, sunny day to meet up with a friend for lunch.  And to use the first of many, many… actually, hundreds, of coupons of substantial cost savings from the 2011  Guide de la … Continue reading

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Tofu ‘Eggs’ Two Ways

TOFU… not just another four-letter word.. a protein source with seemingly endless possibilities… Here I’ve rescued a block of plain tofu headed towards its “best before date” and given it new life masquerading as scrambled “eggs” and an “egg” salad … Continue reading

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Rice and Beans Redux

A simple dish combining leftover canned lentils, leftover cooked brown rice, asparagus steamed in the microwave (2 minutes), tossed with a couple tablespoons of Bel Soy, a dash of sodium-reduced tamari, and nutritional yeast flakes. Total time: about 5 minutes. … Continue reading

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Kitchen Inspiration

I admit it, I have yet to come up with many exciting new recipe ideas of my own. I find so much inspiration out there in veggie blog land! I noticed Julieanna Hever’s post on Japanoodles the other day and … Continue reading

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It IS easy being green

Living in Montreal has certain perks when it comes to finding excellent local, organic veggie food – and at a reasonable price. A common myth I’ve come across concerning eating well, eating local, eating organic, eating vegan/vegetarian.. or any combination … Continue reading

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