What to Eat

Oh My, It’s Vegan Fudge: Q+A with Andrea of Oh My Vegan!

When you decide to go vegan, you instantly try to find all the vegan versions of all your old favourite non-vegan foods. Vegan sweet treats are in high demand now, especially among new vegans and existing vegan looking for new vegan surprises. One such treat is vegan fudge. Andrea is the founder and maker of …

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Review: Tonics from NudeHerbs Bring Nature Back to the Urban World

Nature is all around us. We come from nature and we can’t live without it. But did you know that humans have known about nature’s ability to help promote wellness for thousands of years? NudeHerbs is an Australian-owned company that makes vegan herbal and floral tonics using ancient recipes. Furthermore, the company is based here …

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Passion Fuelled by Plants: Q+A with Jimmy van der Linden of VegMeUp

Jimmy van der Linden has re-discovered his culinary mission here in Melbourne. After a lengthy career as a chef in the Netherlands, Jimmy moved to Melbourne with his family and decided to change the trajectory of his career during Melbourne’s COVID lockdown last year. Now, Jimmy is on a mission to show people how easy …

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Small Cakes with Big Flavour: Q+A with Nicole Wright of Fresh + Frosted

Nicole Wright is in the business of making small cakes with big flavor. Her vegan cakes and treats business, Fresh + Frosted, is a hit among Sydneysiders at the Sydney Vegan Market where her creations sell out like hotcakes. But there is a subliminal reason why her cakes and treats are so popular.  She has …

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Review: Cook and Eat Vegan From Around the World with VegMeUp

You know when veganism is becoming popular when an all plant-based meal delivery service enters the market. VegMeUp is a Melbourne-based meal prep delivery service that offers different plant-based meals on a weekly basis. Each meal box comes with (almost) all the ingredients and recipe cards you need so you can do the rest. VegMeUp …

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Hats Off to Vegan Salsa: Q+A with Max Jared Einsohn of Top Hat Salsa Co.

Happy food dances will always ensue when Mexican vegan food is involved and it’s common for Melbourne’s vegans to head to restaurants and bars around town to get their fix. But what happens when Melbourne vegans want to emulate authentic vegan Mexican flavours at home? Melbourne vegans can now rejoice because Top Hat Salsa Co. …

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Vegan Cheese and More: Q+A with Melissa Murphy-Webster of AVS Organic Foods

Non-vegans lament they can’t eat cheese if they decide to go vegan. However, the vegan cheese movement is booming. AVS Organic Foods’ founder Melissa Murphy-Webster has been at the forefront of commercial vegan cheese-making in Melbourne since 2013. In recent years, her artisan vegan non-dairy cheese company has expanded to food products including sausage rolls …

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Melbourne’s First Vegan Pizzeria: An Interview with Red Sparrow Pizza

Melbourne is famous for its multicultural cuisine and a fondness for Italian food. Melbourne is also the third most vegan-friendly city in the world. So it makes sense that Melbourne has a vegan Italian pizzeria. Red Sparrow Pizza is Melbourne’s first 100% vegan pizzeria, with locations in Prahran and Collingwood. Red Sparrow Pizza founders and …

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