I can’t believe VeganMoFo is more than half over! It feels like it’s only just begun. Maybe that’s because for the first time in five years I haven’t been meeting my post quota. URGH! I’m happy to see so many folks persevering through. Today I saw a theme seem to emerge or maybe I couldn’t help but be struck by all the balls from all over the vegan world.
First, is Little Vegan Bear’s Fiona Apple themed Baked Stuffed Apples which look delicious and are stuffed with dates and nuts and all sorts of delicious spices. Every day Little Vegan Bear’s posts are dedicated to bands with foodie names and I am wondering how she keeps coming up with them!
Next is VGNGF = VEGAN, GLUTENFREE, DELICIOUS‘s Banana Beignets and Lemon Curd. I want to eat every single one of these. They sound so delicious.
I also fell in love with the fluffy and beautiful looking Bánh bao chay – Nh? Lan (Vegan steamed dumplings) from Vi?t Nam ?n Chay. It’s amazing how many of my favorite foods are made from just flour, yeast, sugar, and water.
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I also saw these Korean omelette rolls (????) from VEGALINA and I wanted someone to feed them to me ASAP. I had to double check that there was no egg because, Jeez, they look eggy. It’s amazing what a bit of turmeric and chickpean flour can do. I bet they tast eggy too with that black salt.
I’ve really been enjoying Olives For Dinner’s theme of cooking recipes from Vegan Cookbooks because erinwyso and I seem to have the exact same books! It’s wonderful to see so many of the recipes I’ve looked over come to life in their beautiful photography.
Finally, my favorite post I saw today: Smurf Tarts! I didn’t even know this was a thing! I know what my theme is going to be next year! Thanks Fiekefatjerietjes for turning all of us on to this amazing dessert. Don’t worry no Smurf’s were harmed in the making of this post, that’s how vegan we are.