Sunday, April 30th from 3pm to 6pm
join us at Whole Foods Markets in Coral Gables and North Miami for a fun filled day of complimentary bites and samples from local vegan restaurants and artisan brands, complimenatary VEGNEWS magazines, giveaways including Seed Food and Wine Festival tickets & Whole Foods Market Gift Cards and a cooking class and book signing by local chef and author, PAMELA WASABI.
Whole Foods Market North Miami
12150 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami
When I decided to go vegan over seven years ago, I was simply curious. I had a bunch of friends who had been living on a diet without animal products, and I wanted to see if I could do it too. I was curious about a vegan diet's health benefits and had always been an animal lover. Over the years, I had experimented with giving up various meat sources: I stopped eating red meat entirely 20 years ago, after watching a TV special on cow farms and the deplorable, violent acts the
MIAMI (AP) — When Ryan Bauhaus first experimented with faux meats, he fixated on recreating that taste of blood, settling on a tomato paste blend to mimic the acidic, iron flavor. For the fat, Bauhaus boiled down mushrooms until he got the desired texture similar to the fat cap on a roast. Calorie counting, gluten banning and tofu bean patties aren't happening at Bauhaus' Atlas Meat-Free Delicatessen in Miami. On the contrary, there's six ounces of peppery pastrami and two ki
Michelle Gaber and Alison Burgos, co-founders of SEED Food and Wine Festival Alison Burgos and Michelle Gaber, who launched in 2014 the popular SEED Food and Wine Festival celebrating plant-based cuisine, are receiving the Community Leader Award at this year’s Johnson and Wales University ZEST Awards. The pair join such noted philanthropic organizations as Common Threads and the Miami Rescue Mission as awardees. Burgos and Gaber see the event as more than a festival – it is a
Karla Dascal, who transformed a gritty warehouse property in Wynwood into a serene campus of health and wellness called The Sacred Space Miami, now has big plans for a healthy-living oasis far from the urban jungle. Dascal and Gingi Beltran bought Homestead’s Paradise Farms, one of the state’s first certified organic growers. The pair closed on the $1 million purchase on Tuesday and eventually plan to expand the 7 1/2 acre property into a holistic health and wellness destinat