Monthly Archives: May 2012

Raw Walnut and Sunflower Tacos

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I love Mexican food and want tacos no mater what diet I am following! 1 cup raw walnuts (soaked for one hour) 1/2 cup raw sunflower seeds (soaked for one hour) 1 clove garlic 1 tsp lime juice 2 tbsp … Continue reading

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Vegans Say What?: Animal Tested Products

As many of you know that have followed Don’t Fear the Vegan for a while, prior to being vegan or even vegetarian I have been opposed to animal tested products or those companies that do animal testing. This past week … Continue reading

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Friends of Don’t Fear the Vegan ROCK!!!

So I was eating lunch at work, reading e-mails, and was surprised by some awesome news. The blog (and I guess me) were nominated for Circle of Moms – Top 25 Foodie Moms of 2012. I am honored.  Thank you … Continue reading

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Worthy Of Sharing: Sweeteners

I have known about Stevia for quite some time but have been curious about Xylitol and found this brief little piece on GreenMedInfo.com informative. Hope you find it interesting as well! Sweet! Dieting without Deprivation

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Worthy Of Sharing: Ruby Roth Kicks Verbal Butt!

Thanks to Girliegirlarmy.com for posting this.  I had heard about it but completely forgot to go searching. As a vegan mom I loved it. This was also a great reminder that I need to get this book for the little … Continue reading

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Brazil Nut “Tuna”

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Prior to being vegan one of hubby’s favorite sandwiches was tuna, even though he refused to eat any other fish. I have spent a lot of time attempting to replicate the taste using garbanzo beans, white beans, and cashews. I … Continue reading

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Lemon Dill Dressing

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This is a great refreshing dressing. It was originally created to go over my Brazil nut “tuna” but it would work great with lots of salads, especially those using asparagus, artichokes or hearts of palm. It’s easy to make and … Continue reading

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Worthy of Sharing: Cheese Science

My friend Monica, who is  a real life vegan food scientist shared this article with me and I had to share with you. I wonder if this new company’s product will be able to stand up next to Daiya? It … Continue reading

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