The vegan diet, also known as veganism, has been growing in popularity—and it’s no wonder considering an increasing number of people are cutting out animal products and byproducts for environmental and ethical reasons, among others. But oftentimes, questions about veganism arise, and finding the answers isn’t always the easiest thing to do.
I sat down with Kelly Zugay, a Twin Cities-based lifestyle blogger, who is vegan and shares her favorite recipes on her blog (kellyzugay.com).
Kowalski’s has received Best Rotisserie Chicken awards multiple times, including as recently as last October. It’s so convenient, it’s a wonder anyone ever roasts a chicken at home anymore; it can be messy and time-consuming. But I find cooking a whole chicken to be one of the truest tests of any chef. Read more about Don’t be a Chicken
For many of us, some form of cereal is a staple in the morning meal rotation. Boxed cold cereals and precooked grains are convenient and can be particularly nutritious when done right. The darling of the internet, overnight oats, makes oatmeal easier than ever because you prepare it the night before. It’s a simple, versatile and healthful recipe that’s portable too! Read more about The Most Important Oatmeal of the Day
Start teaching your kids to cook early and slow with safe, confidence-boosting challenges before progressing to more complicated or hazardous undertakings. You know your child best; use your comfort level and their confidence and ability levels as guides. Here are some suggested kitchen tasks by age group for your up-and-coming chef: Read more about Kids in the Kitchen