Lord of The Fries, Sydney

GF Original Burger (optional GF bun), Classic Fries with Parisian Sauce, Peanut Butter Shake   Hand cut fries with unique, homemade sauce. Burgers. Hotdogs. Onion Rings. Nuggets. Shakes. Whoever said being vegan was no fun? Lord Of The Fries is an award-winning, family run ethical fast food chain. Joining the Fast Food Favourites from humble beginnings, their famous […]

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The Lazy Vegan’s Guacamole

Is it just me or does everyone love guacamole? It’s always a crowd pleaser and there’s some pretty fancy recipes out there to make gourmet party guac. However, sometimes I just want to throw it together in a couple of minutes and enjoy it already. And that’s when I make this lazy guac. I like […]

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Newtown North Indian Diner, Newtown

  Newtown North Indian Diner has been open in Newtown for decades (previously trading under the name Tamana’s North Indian Diner) and is known for their 3 Curries and Rice from the buffet, however the dosa, thali and other a-la-carte dishes are worth a try. All of the dishes that are labelled Vegetarian Curries in […]

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Film Review: Earthlings (2005)

  Genre | Documentary Release Date | 2005 Length | 1hr 48mins Director | Shaun Monson Big names | Joaquin Phoenix (narration), Moby (score) Rating | 4/5 Warning! This film is extremely graphic Summary Narrated by Joaquin Phoenix and dubbed The Vegan Maker, Earthlings documents mans inhumane treatment of animals for the use of pets, food, clothing, entertainment and research. Where […]

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Vegan Chocolate Crackles (raw, v, gf, rsf)

In Australia, there’s nothing that says Children’s Party sweets quite like Chocolate Crackles. I have fond memories of these chocolatey, coconuty, crunchy party treats from my childhood, and it has probably been that long since I last ate one! I had a busy weekend not long ago and only had half an hour to put […]

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A Vegan’s Review of Black Star Pastry, Rosebery

Sitting on a quiet corner block in Rosebery is the busy, bustling cafe that is Black Star Pastry. The original store was established in Newtown in 2008 by the award-winning Pastry Chef Christopher Thè. The Rosebery store then opened it’s doors in 2014. Tables fill up fast and the queue for the counter almost leads […]

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Vege Rama, Post Office Square, Brisbane City

Cauliflower Salad and Dill & Mustard Salad, $9.00 Cajun Fries, $3.00   Finding Vege Rama turned out to be a mission! The address online says Vege Rama can be found in Post Office Square on Queen Street but it’s on the far end of Post Office Square so it ends up sitting on Adelaide Street […]

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Easy Vegan Mac and Cheese (v, gf, rsf)

This afternoon I planned to get home from work and go for a long walk. On the train ride home the internet teased me with pictures of food as usual and I arrived home with the need to try making vegan mac and cheese. I haven’t eaten mac and cheese since those microwaveable mac and […]

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A Vegan’s Review of Kitchen Sanitarium, Brisbane City

Kitchen Sanitarium prides itself on serving delicious and wholesome food using local produce. They cater for various dietary requirements and are happy to make adjustments to meals to suit your needs. Just a short stroll down from my hotel, I found the cafe easily, sitting on busy Eagle Street close to the ferry. Whole avocado […]

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