Here is a thought. When omnivores describe food, they start with the protein.
“What are you eating?” I ask.
“Chicken,” they answer.
If we described our food in the same fashion, I wonder truly how many people would give vegan good eats a try.
“What are you eating?” They ask.
“Vegan carrot soup,” I answer. Not very sexy or appealing, as most associate vegan with cardboard like taste visions. So, here is a solution. Let’s over-describe.
I do not think this needs an introduction, except that it is the perfect addition to 4th of July menu. After all, it has its origins in San Antonio and it is the official dish of Texas. Chili con carne? Hell no. Let’s keep Helga the pig and Ursula the cow safe this holiday and bring out the big vegan guns.
Chili sin carne? Don’t mind me.
1/3 cup olive oil
1 onion, finely chopped
1 jalapeno, seed and ribs removed, minced
1 red pepper, [...]
Blasphemy or brilliance?
Globalization and the Internet have made this little planet a whole lot smaller. I can chat roulette with a random person from Ulaan Baatar, skype with a friend strolling in Vladovostok and receive million dollar transfer offers from Ndugu, originally from some small town in Nigeria now living comfortably in the London suburbs. Ndugu has a big dilemma and needs to transfer large sums of money urgently to my bank account. As a generous thank you, I get [...]