Each year during the holiday season, Wilmington Vegan does a fundraiser to support an animal in need. Last year we adopted a turkey from Farm Sanctuary and raised enough money to feed our lovely Anna for a year! This year,
There are two amazing vegan cooking classes coming up at The Seasoned Gourmet! Please go to http://www.theseasonedgourmet.com/cape-fear-food-and-wine-club to sign up for classes. Local vegan chef Emily Lyons teaches “Tempeh Three Ways”: Join Chef Emily as she demystifies tofu’s funky, more delicious and nutritious counterpart.
On June 29th, Sandra Sharpe taught us all about aquafaba. Aquafaba, which literally means “bean water,” is the liquid leftover after cooking chickpeas. Even the most skeptical students were wowed by the delicious possibilities of aquafaba! We learned how to
March 15th: Vegan “Cheese” Demonstration, only 5 spots left! Come and learn how to create 3 different easy vegan cheeses! One perfect for a baked potato or some mac and “cheese,” one for a perfect nacho dip, and the last
Forty hungry vegans came to Tandoori Bites for our third official Carrot Mob this past Saturday, February 21. We hope everyone enjoyed the buffet and conversation! The month of March will bring more opportunities to socialize with fellow vegans. The
Seitan is one of the original vegan proteins that could be made at home before the fridge and freezer cases at grocery stores were showcasing pre-made vegan fare. While we can now buy pre-packaged seitan at the store, making it