VeganMoFo Round-Up 2: You Caught My Eye

Wow, over 700 blogs have signed up. And we won’t have an RSS feed until tomorrow! So the MoFo blog roll is like an unwieldy cat that you’re trying to give a bath. Or something. So I just went with the blog titles that caught my eye.

In The Mood For Noodles got me in the mood to organize my spices. A ziplock bag filing system? Of course I’ll never do it, but color me impressed.

There are some decked out peanut butter cups at Hungry Hungry Hippie. I’m a little skeptical about the nooch in the peanut butter filling, but I’ve been wrong before. Like, once maybe.

Having just visited Milwaukee, I was curious as to what was going on over at Milwaukee Vegan Bake Sale. It turns out quite a lot! I’m a sucker for Japanese food and pea shoots, so this was right up my alley. Pea Shoot And Tofu Gyoza! Lots of photos, too.

Is it possible to not click on a blog called Vegan Bunz Of Cinnamon? Not in my world. And I’m glad I did! I love to hear about killer vegan options in unexpected places, like a cheese shop in Wisconsin!

Oh Cauliflowerhead had me at “cauli.” Check out this Singapore blog for Thick Rice Noodle Fried Fish Soup. There’s no fish in there, dummy, it’s Vegan MoFo!

Stephan over at Vegan Stephan is my real life friend, so of course you have to check in and see what your friends are up to. Maybe I was thinking he hadn’t blogged at all and I would get to chastise him, but no dice. He’s made a fantastic looking soup from Terry’s Viva Vegan - Potato Kale Soup with Sizzling Chorizo.

If you like to be comforted by apples AND whiskey then get thee to It Ain’t Meat, Babe, where a scrumptious looking crisp awaits you.

Việt Nam Ăn Chay is written in, duh, Vietnamese! Thank heavens for Google translations. I plan on visiting Vietnam next year so I will be following this blog closely. Maybe she’ll have some of this Mushroom Spaghetti waiting for me when I land.

Well that was a fabulous day 2 of MoFo, thanks for all the great reads, everyone! And hopefully it’s been a nice distraction from election madness. I prefer the kind of tea party that has sandwiches, not bigot witches.

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12 Responses to VeganMoFo Round-Up 2: You Caught My Eye

  1. K says:

    Thanks for the mention, we have a bit of a time advantage in Australia which means we get to post ahead of time.

    Those gyoza are making me hungry!

  2. Canuck Vee says:

    Yeah, I love Google translate too : “HH rarely used onion and garlic, but you can add materials and spices we love, not from animal-free, then you cook – and eat – vegan dishes already!”

  3. Thanks for the mention. :) Apple crisp for everyone!

  4. Melissa says:

    Thanks for the mention, you made my day! I’ll be tackling Billings, Montana next week!

  5. Sarah S. says:

    I am so ridiculously inspired!

  6. Susan Kelley says:

    Great round up! I love seeing what people in countries other than my own use to make their meals a little more convenient. It comes in handy when you need to find curry paste in Vietnam and you can’t read Vietnamese.

  7. Hmm. Don’t go there, with the zip-top bags: they absorb essential oils, and share them with the other herbs & spices! If you like cumin-flavored mint, though….

  8. Mo says:

    I want that soup so frickin badly!

  9. Kerry says:

    I just learned about this – is it too late to sign up?

  10. Grace says:

    Hi Everyone,
    Starting with Vegan MoFo IV Day 3, Vegan Việt Nam now has an English version for food posts. We’re doing that just for you, since you’re special and precious.
    Love and prayers for a cruelty-free world!

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