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It’s that time of year again! Time to wear down your stove and your keyboard. Time to mow people down with your shopping cart. Time to answer the age old question: do lemon and chocolate taste good together? It’s time for VeganMoFo, the Vegan Month Of Food, beginning November 1st, 2016 this year!

VeganMoFo was originally created on the Post Punk Kitchen, as an homage to NaNoWriMo. Because we do want to write novels, but sometimes cooking gets in the way. So why not combine them!

The idea is to write as much as you can all month, about vegan food. The blog entries can be about anything food related – your love of tongs, your top secret tofu pressing techniques, the first time your mom cooked vegan for you, vegan options in Timbuktu – you get the idea, right? If not, browse around on some of our round-ups and you’ll catch on fast!

There aren’t strict guidelines for how often to write, but the idea is to shoot for every weekday, or about 20 times in the month. If you’d like inspiration or would just like to whine about how hard it is, check out the MoFo forum on the PPK message boards. We’re also on InstagramFacebook and Twitter! #VGNMF16 #VEGANMOFO

As the world catches on that vegan food really is the best choice for animals (suck it, humane meat!), the planet (bite me, melting ice caps!) and people (piss off, heart disease!) let’s show them what vegan eating is all about.

Sign ups will open in October, so please join us!

Happy MoFoing!

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  15. Thank you so much for doing this, doing it with such joy, and making it so easy for the rest of us to participate. I bow-wow in your direction!

  16. I am doing MoFo this year again! Exciting time of the year!


  17. Ditte Rømer says:

    Oh snap!
    Until last week I’d never ever heard of VeganMoFo and until half an hour ago I didn’t think it was something I could join. Well well well, I’m just gonna blog along with you from a distance then. 😉 And I do in fact incorporate bits of fiction, pop culture and animal info into every recipe so as to keep my inner novelist happy (I write in English)…
    Have a great MoFo.
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  25. I did this inadvertently back in January, when I first went vegan :-) I can’t do it this month, so I hope my January offering will do :-)

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  28. Well I hesitated and missed the official sign up date but I am going to give it a bash anyway.
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