Nac Mac Vegan: adventures in rabbit food

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I am the spouse of a science fiction writer, which means I get to travel to conventions all over the world, and try hard to not cheat on the vegan thing. A fan of Japanese food, I’ve been collecting Japanese recipes and making them vegan for years. I am working on a vegan Japanese cookbook and hope to publish it one day. I also have a large collection of old vegetarian cook-books, and like to try out vegan recipes from those.

This blog focuses on recipes and techniques, cookbooks ancient and modern, gadgets and travelling while vegan. No politics, or gruesome images of animal abuse – promise. I figure if you’re interested enough in veganism to have found this, you know enough about the issues.

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2 Comments »

  1. Just a quick hello from another Mac Vegan with Japanese interests.

    http://mac.vegan.jp

    A Vegan Skirlie with peppery rashers of tempeh and a dash of shoyu go very nicely. A much under rate dish. But not at all Japanese.

    I take it you are in the UK rather than Japan? You are missing a lot of interesting ingredients, a world of wonderful unpasteurized misos, wild herbs in spring, mugi mochi noodles … the quality of food is a lot higher here.

    No need to publish this comment. It is a just personal note I could not see any contact email.

    Comment by another mac vegan — 26/01/2010 @ 14:46

  2. Hi – Rad vegan site! I’m planning to feature it on a VegVine.com browser bar for vegetarians. We are a group of vegan volunteers connecting people with veg resources like yours. Our goal is a world with greater compassion. It seems like we share that. If you can squeeze it into your schedule I’d love to chat. Ryan, president http://www.VegVine.com (Ryan@VegVine.com or 215-589-2437) VegVineRyan@Gmail.com

    Comment by Ryan — 02/05/2010 @ 08:50


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