I went to a cooking demo Saturday at what has become my favorite vegan spot, Native Foods I was so excited because I recently decided to adopt a vegan lifestyle (I call myself flexitarian because I don’t consider myself worthy enough to be call a vegan quite yet, I’m working on it). As you all should know it was Dr. Genius Seuss’ Birthday Friday and in his honor Native Foods decided to do a Dr Seuss themed cooking demo. It was AMAZING!!! The Chef was dressed as Cat in the Hat!!!
Here are some pictures
I cannot say enough good things about the Chef, she was incredibly entertaining and so much fun (to protect the identity of the children in this picture they appear blurry, I don’t want some parent to get angry at me for posting their child’s photo without their approval)
which consisted of green polenta cake and Tofu bacon!!! (please forgive me my nails polish needed a touch up)
consisting of Seitan and purple Peruvian potatoes!!! I need to make this, it was so delicious!
Goose Juice was super sour and just thinking of it make my mouth salivate, I also had the Moose Juice but I ate before I could take a picture (sorry) this one was really sweet, maybe that’s why the Goose Juice felt so sour I had it after I had the sweet Moose juice
This was the final recipe! Mulberry Scones! I have never tasted Mulberries and they are a delight (but super expensive and nearly impossible to find so when I make this recipe I’ll have to improvise)
I am not your “perfect” vegan but I am definitely on the road to become a real vegan right now I am learning what foods I can and cannot eat and how to prepare/where to buy vegan food. I have no regrets in adopting this lifestyle, my tummy appreciates it and I am loving it! If you are a meat-eating friend I don’t judge you, this is a NO JUDGING ZONE :)