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For my job, I travel to Guatemala a few times per year. I’m often struck by the visibility of animal suffering there. I see cow carcasses hanging off the side of a truck barreling down the road. I see pigs tied up in the back of live transport trucks. I see street dogs, missing large swaths of fur from mange, limping along the side of the road.
It’s not that this immense animal suffering doesn’t happen in the US. It’s that we make it less visible.
Let’s continue taking a closer look at some of the #tcveganchef restaurants and their amazing dishes! From burritos to bowls and house-made tomato jam, this week’s restaurant roundup features more of the incredible dishes created by our Vegan Chef Challengers that you can try and rate!
I’m delighted to share that our hiring committee has selected a new Communications Coordinator: Sandy Hitchin!
Meet the rest of the team behind this year’s Twin Cities Vegan Chef Challenge!
There are so many delicious and exciting #tcveganchef dishes to try this year, it’s hard to know where to get started with trying dishes! From avocados to chickpeas and pineapples, this week’s restaurant roundup features incredible dishes created by our Vegan Chef Challengers that will delight and astound your tastebuds.
Scroll down to learn about some of the challengers and see their amazing dishes before planning your visit to try them yourself!
Meet the special guest and presenter of this year’s annual banquet, Terrell Woods, aka Carnage the Executioner! Woods is an instructor, producer, musician, and rapper based in Minneapolis and leading a plant-based lifestyle. Read on to learn about what inspired him to go plant-based, how that decision has impacted his music, and more!
Meet part of the team behind this year’s Twin Cities Vegan Chef Challenge!
August recipes are here! This month, we’re exploring recipes from Robin Asbell’s 2019 cookbook, Vegan Meal Prep: A 5-week Plan With 125 Ready-to-go Recipes, which is sure to inspire you to plan a bit ahead.
Fishing with my grandpa on a small lake in rural Ohio is one of my most magical childhood memories. On one tranquil summer day, I felt a tug on the line. A tremendous pulling war ensued. I had caught my first fish.