Quantcast

Jewish Journal

Seitan, hametz and the vegan Passover ‘veder’

By Jonah Lowenfeld

April 4, 2012 | 11:14 am

The Veder Plate, with a tofu slab in the shape of a bone instead of a lamb shank-bone and a small amount of Ener-G brand egg replacer instead of a cooked egg. Photo courtesy Gene Blalock

“How do vegans do Passover?”

That was the subject line of an email I got in my inbox last week, and I couldn’t ignore it.

I once tried to cut animals from my diet—it was just before... read on

Page 9 of 11

First < 7 8 9 10 11 >

ADVERTISEMENT
PUT YOUR AD HERE

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

{blog_image:alt}

TnP is a spot for non-profit, independent journalism.

Sometimes the posts will be about the activities of nonprofit organizations. Other times not. Rarely, if ever, will the...

Read more