Vegan MoFo

Vegan MoFo is something I’m going to try this year.

I had a really hard time coming up with a theme. I had several ideas. One was Cooking With Stored Food. One was Actually Try Some of the Pinterest Recipes.

Ultimately, however, I decided on something else: Turn Betty Crocker Into a Vegan.

betty crocker

My old Betty Crocker cookbook from 1983 gets a surprising amount of use from me considering that a vast majority of the recipes are laden with fat and/or pig in some form or other. I’ve gone through and selected 24 recipes that are either completely new to me or that I’ve never made since moving away from animal products and need to adapt for current use. I only plan to actually do 20 of these recipes so we’ll see which 20 get chosen as the month goes on.

The fun begins October 1. Stay tuned.

Categories: challenges, vegan mofo, vegan mofo 2012 | Tags: | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Vegan MoFo

  1. Julia Moran Martz

    Great idea! Those old cookbooks are great inspiration. Love your blog name BTW ;-]


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