A cheesy vegan baked spaghetti pie with homemade tofu ricotta, vegan mozzarella, and parmesan. It tastes a lot like lasagna – and it can be sliced and served in a similar way – but it’s much quicker and easier to make since there’s no layering. This Baked Spaghetti Pie is also very customizable – add in your favorite veggies, lentils, meatless meatballs or sausage, or throw in a handful of black olives for some salty richness that compliments the 3 cheese blend!
An easy to make homemade Italian Ice or Granita made with fresh watermelon, sweet strawberries, and vegan rosé. It’s fruity and slushy and so refreshing! If you love popsicles, snow cones, or slushes you will LOVE this It’s fruity and slushy and so refreshing! Best part? There’s no need to have any special equipment like an ice creamer maker and it can be made ahead of time for the ultimate no-stress vegan dessert.
These wines demonstrate you can drink pink late in the summer and into fall.
Many wine drinkers associate rosé with spring and early summer-time drinking—those days when perhaps you’re floating around on the yacht or lounging on the patio or under the pergola. You’re probably not thinking of rosé much in August’s late, wistful days as the goldenrod, Queen Anne’s Lace and cool summer nights signal summer’s end.
Rosé and summer go hand in hand. Warm weather, lazy beach days and fiery sunsets call for a glass of the pink, but with countless varietals and eye-catching bottles being released each year, it’s hard to know which ones to buy.
There is a popular saying among winemakers that goes: ‘great wine starts in the vineyard.’ This is because the world of wine is centered around the concept of terroir. Terroir is how a particular region’s climate, soils, and terrain affect the taste of wine. No two winemaking regions are the same. There can be a myriad of differences between two vineyards that are right next to each other!
From non-toxic nail polish for your hot-girl-summer look to the mouthwatering meat and seafood for your BBQ grilling needs, here is the ultimate product guide for everything you need to make this summer perfect.
In my meat-centric world, vegetables create some semblance of balance but are rarely lusted after like a chunk of slow cooked pork or a well seared steak. But there’s something about grilled veggies that I find irresistible. The char from the grill, the caramelization of sugars, and the softened texture of things like squash, onions, eggplant, and peppers.
A Long Island pioneer winery brings us a top-notch crisp and juicy rosé to slake our thirst and cut through the summer’s heat. We also have a citrusy white from Sicily to match with lighter fare or seafood, reds from Australia and Spain to conjure the outdoors, and a new line of wines promoting organic viticulture around the world.
These Homemade Vegan Veggie Burgers will blow your mind! They’re incredibly flavorful and the texture is just right. Not too mushy, nothing artificial, and they’re packed with plant-based protein…and fiber! And vitamins! And a bunch of other good stuff but mostly, they’re just delicious and way better than store-bought veggie burgers! You’ve GOT to try these!
Wait. Isn’t all wine vegan? After all, it’s a drink that’s made from pressing and fermenting grapes! Read on to understand the benefits of vegan wine, and why you should consider making the switch – even if you’re not vegan.
At a time that the world at large is struggling with the effects of Covid-19 and the wine world is grappling with the effects of US tariffs on wine imports from Europe, brothers Adam and Jordan Sager, who run wine import company Winesellers, Ltd., have launched Kind of Wild, the first globally sourced, vegan certified and organic wine brand to be directly marketed to consumers in the United States.
Kind of Wild Wines aims to become the first globally sourced, certified organic, and certified vegan wine brand that can be delivered directly to your door.
Organic vegan wine brand Kind of Wild Wines recently launched in the United States. The direct-to-consumer brand was created by brothers Adam and Jordan Sager, who run wine importing company Wineseller, LTD, to help consumers find high-quality organic vegan wine that can be delivered directly to their door
Sometimes these are behind-the-scenes services that consumers may not realize, while others are new products or deliverables that are now at the doorstep or screen with regularity. A new line from Winesellers, LTD, a forty-two-year-old wine importing and marketing company in Chicago, has recently launched an offering with a bit of both.
A major aspect of wine, spirits and beer packaging in recent years has been to reduce its environmentalimpact through lighter packaging made from recycled materials. Those who can display career skills in sustainable design may gain a competitive advantage.
Such is the case for Kind of Wild, a new e-commerce brand of certified organic and eco-friendly wines.
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