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Thought for Food

There’s a very good argument that the single most important thing you can do for animals is to provide people with great vegan food. The more people wake up to the deliciousness and healthfulness of the food vegans love to eat, the more likely they are to wake up to the suffering caused by many of the foods they are used to eating. In Thought for Food, a wide variety of top-notch vegan chefs and food writers share their ideas, their attitudes, an occasional rant, and, most importantly, some of their finest cruelty-free recipes.

Because Bunnies Can’t Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)
July 31, 2014

Because Bunnies Can’t Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)

Annie Shannon never fails to brighten our day, and her article — featured below for #ThrowbackThursday! — makes no...

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I Am a Compulsive Overeater … and a Vegan
July 24, 2014

I Am a Compulsive Overeater … and a Vegan

We could not be happier to feature this immensely profound article on this week’s installment of #ThrowbackThursday. The subject...

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“Think! Eat! Act!” Ruminations of a Sea Shepherd Cook (BONUS RECIPE: Vegan Roasted Pepper Cream Spaghetti)
June 17, 2014

“Think! Eat! Act!” Ruminations of a Sea Shepherd Cook (BONUS RECIPE: Vegan Roasted Pepper Cream Spaghetti)

It thrills me to welcome Raffaella (Raffa) Tolicetti to Our Hen House today! Raffa has not only been an...

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How to Host a Vegan “Wine” & Cheese Tasting (BONUS: Recipe for Vegan Aged Garlic-Rosemary Cheese!)
March 26, 2014

How to Host a Vegan “Wine” & Cheese Tasting (BONUS: Recipe for Vegan Aged Garlic-Rosemary Cheese!)

In my time as a vegan/animal rights activist – and I’m sure many of you can relate – I’ve...

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On Cultural Blinders and (In)visibility
December 2, 2013

On Cultural Blinders and (In)visibility

The animals who wind up on the world’s dinner plates have been made invisible by a cultural structure that...

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A Cruelty-Free Galley (Plus a Bonus Recipe for Raw Chocolate Ganache Pie)
October 24, 2013

A Cruelty-Free Galley (Plus a Bonus Recipe for Raw Chocolate Ganache Pie)

We recently had the opportunity to meet animal activist and vegan chef Hillary Watson when she was visiting NYC....

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From My Eating Disorder to My Life’s Purpose: How Veganism Changed Things Forever
October 8, 2013

From My Eating Disorder to My Life’s Purpose: How Veganism Changed Things Forever

Today’s Thought for Food column is extra special. It is written by animal advocate — and college sophomore —...

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Tasty Activism: Extending the Hand of Compassion (BONUS: Recipes for Vegan Cheddar, and Vegan Cheddar Muffins)
September 23, 2013

Tasty Activism: Extending the Hand of Compassion (BONUS: Recipes for Vegan Cheddar, and Vegan Cheddar Muffins)

Ah, we are lucky chickens. Today, we welcome to Our Hen House vegan cookbook author John Schlimm. What strikes...

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Putting My Best Food Forward: Spreading Veganism through Enthusiasm (BONUS: Vegan Apricot Almond Snack Bars RECIPE)
July 16, 2013

Putting My Best Food Forward: Spreading Veganism through Enthusiasm (BONUS: Vegan Apricot Almond Snack Bars RECIPE)

Here at Our Hen House, we love Gena Hamshaw, the force behind Choosing Raw. But you know that already....

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Because Bunnies Can’t Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)
June 10, 2013

Because Bunnies Can’t Type: How I Answer “Why Vegan?” with My Heart (Not My Head)

It’s true that we try to remain indefatigably positive — whenever possible, anyway. There are a few things in...

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Protein in Vegan Diets: Take Advantage of the Options (BONUS RECIPE: Grape and Brazil Nut Chicken-Less Salad)
May 22, 2013

Protein in Vegan Diets: Take Advantage of the Options (BONUS RECIPE: Grape and Brazil Nut Chicken-Less Salad)

One of my favorite things about our online magazine is getting to work with so many of my role...

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