IKEA has launched its line of vegetarian meatballs.
The home furnishing store that had been the subject of controversy after it was discovered its real meatballs had horse meat in them, is perhaps making amends for such a taboo by showing it can not only be more ethical, but healthy too.
Although she was once awarded the title for one of the worst cookbooks for health from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Trisha Yearwood has come a long way since her less healthy days of Home Cooking.
Her latest cookbook, Trisha’s Table, not only exemplifies what she calls the “80/20″ rule of good/indulgence eating, it has several plant-based recipes she couldn’t resist sharing.
ABC has just announced a new evening show that will begin airing next fall.
The series, borrows its title from the network’s very popular Black-ish, but depicts the daily lives of a vegan family living in an ever-changing world that has redefined what it means to be vegan.
Vegan-ish, features a family that technically calls itself vegan, although several members don’t always fit the expected profile.
The mother and father went vegan years ago in the 70s when it was rare and hippyish. Their penchant for making and passing out pamphlets, holding vegan cookouts in the neighborhood and eco-friendly ideas are usually welcomed by the teenage children–with the exception of one suggestion to save water by having the family shower together.
Kaitlin Doubleday, actress from the insanely popular new musical television series Empire, is featured in U.S. Weekly in a feature in the magazine’s regular “things you didn’t know” about a celebrity series.
Kaitlin wants Empire fans to know she really likes animals.
Number 19 on the list of 26 reads: “I foster kittens.”