Celebrate all things vegan with Vegan MoFo

Celebrate all things vegan with Vegan MoFo

It’s that time of year again when bloggers from all over the world put fingers to keyboard to write as much as they can about vegan food. It’s called Vegan MoFo, which stands for Vegan Month of Food. It was started years ago by the Post Punk Kitchen as the vegan blogger equivalent of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).

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Basically, bloggers are challenged to write as many days of the month as they can about all things vegan with the goal of posting at least 20 times. Topics can include recipes, cookbook & restaurant reviews, thoughts about eating vegan while traveling, you name it. As long as it’s about vegan fare, it is fair game.

You can check out the list of blogs that are participating on the Vegan MoFo website, but here are some posts to get you started:

+ Make oh, so creamy Mac & Cheese by using pureed butternut squash on House Vegan.

+ Check out The Vegan Word, where you can learn about one of the easiest places in the world to eat vegan – Taipei.

+ Discover how to make perfect pasta every time with these five tips from Glue & Glitter.

+ Indulge in Turkish Coffee Ice Cream using cashews with a recipe from My Darling Vegan.

+ Relish the simple pleasure of Avocado Toast with A. Cook in the Making.

Are you following along with Vegan MoFo?  If so, share one of your favorite posts!

Image credit: Photo by Cadry Nelson

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Hello!  I’m Cadry Nelson, a vegan food & lifestyle writer.  My aim is to help others live their most compassionate lives and dispel misconceptions about what it means to be vegan.  When I’m not in the kitchen, you’ll find me in the pottery studio making hand-built ceramics or out on the hiking trail.  Visit me at cadryskitchen.com, on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube, and find me at .
  • Becky Striepe

    Thank you for including my pasta article. I can’t believe that I’ve been doing it wrong for such a long time!

  • herc


    Thank you for your great article.

    In fact many carnivores prefer vegan venues, as i found out on this article :


    Anybody likes vegan burgers ?