Eat like a Buddhist Monk

Eat like a Buddhist Monk, The art of Japanese Temple Cuisine   Part of the joy of veganism is discovering beauty and artistry of plant-based cuisine in all its forms. Plants are the basis for every diet, so there is no country without its own collection of plant-based recipes, but there is perhaps no more […]

Eggplant & Black Eyed Pea Curry

Ingredients: -1 tablespoon oil (water works fine, too) -1 large yellow onion, diced -3 minced garlic cloves -2 tablespoons freshly minced ginger -2 tablespoon curry powder (mild or hot) -1 teaspoon salt -2 medium sized eggplant, peeled if desired and chopped into chunks -1 cup dry green lentils -4 cups vegetable broth -3 cups black […]


Ingredients: -1 teaspoon sesame oil -3 cups chopped mushrooms -2 tablespoons vegan Worcester sauce -1 small head of broccoli -1 cup sliced snap peas -1-2 red bell peppers -2 cups broth -5 tablespoons tahini Directions: 1) In a bowl, mix mushrooms and Worcester sauce and let sit for 10 minutes. 2) In a good sized […]

Vegan Sugar Cookies Recipe

Ingredients -1 3/4 cups all purpose flour -1/2 teaspoon baking powder -1/2 teaspoon salt -1/4 teaspoon baking soda -1 cup of vegan butter -1 cup granulated sugar -1 tablespoon chai seeds (any egg replacer will do) -3 tablespoon non-dairy milk (ones without a strong taste are best to use in this recipe) -1/2 teaspoon vanilla […]

Healthy, Delicious & Traditional; Ross Il-Forn (Maltese Baked Rice)

Ladies and Gentlemen, we present to you, another WONDERFUL creation by the talented Kristen Kelley! (Follow her on Instagram/Twitter @mrskelley0308) This time, she has veganised a version of traditional Maltese Baked Rice – Ross Il-Forn. The common recipe contains both animal flesh and their secretions (egg and dairy). So, here we offer a cruelty free, sustainable and healthy version of this mouth-watering […]

Vegan Figolli Recipe – Traditional Maltese Easter Treats

In Malta, we love Easter, especially because we love to eat ‘Figolli’ – our traditional almond cakes made with love by the thousands around Malta and Gozo, especially for this time of year. They’re sweet, delicious and come in all kinds of shapes and decorations so they’re a great way for everyone to have some […]

Pastizzi tal-Piżelli Made Vegan

Anyone who has set foot on Malta has probably eaten pastizzi tal-piżelli, a traditional Maltese street food of pea mash in puff pastry. They’re as delicious as they sound yet unfortunately they’re not always vegan. The pastry may contain lard, butter or non-vegan margarine while sometimes meat is added to the pea mixture and to top […]

The Traditional Maltese Date Pastry, Imqaret – veganised!

Imqaret is a traditional Maltese sweet pastry stuffed with dates. They are absolutely mouth watering and quite popular in Malta. It is commonly sold in street markets, shops, village feasts etc… and can be eaten paired with ice cream. Unfortunately however, the ones commonly sold in Malta are not vegan, as lard, eggs, butter or non-vegan margarine […]