Each month our Recipe Club will feature a different recipe blog, cookbook author, or crowdsourced contribution. We will explore food from a variation of sources and cuisines, while learning about how many cultures contribute to the foods we eat and the vegan staples we love. If you haven’t already learned about the expansiveness and diversity of vegan options available, you will during our time together!
All are welcome to join our Recipe Club. If you need some inspiration in the kitchen, are curious to learn more, or just want to join in on the fun – this club is for you!
The best part (besides of course eating the food when you’re done), is each delicious and healthy recipe is 100% vegan, meaning no animal products or by-products will be used.
Each meal helps animals and the environment, while also building our community through outreach, education, support, and advocacy.
Step 1: Sign up to join the club by clicking this link: http://bit.ly/VeganRecipeClub. By signing up, you’ll only receive information and updates about our virtual meeting details, as well as reminders for the club meeting.
Step 2: Check out the featured recipes for this month below and pick one or more of the recipes to try.
Step 3: Gather your ingredients. Send us an email if you have any questions about where you can find something or a modification you need to make.
Step 4: You can now start cooking! You can cook these recipes at any point during the month before our club meeting.
Step 5: Sit back and enjoy! Take pictures if you’d like and share them with us, we would love to see your delicious creations. You can tag us on Instagram or Facebook @capregionvegans or use the hashtag #CapRegionVegans.
Step 6: Join our virtual gathering (via a Google meet link found here) to discuss your experience, including which recipes you tried, what you liked or didn’t like, any modifications you made, and more! This is a perfect opportunity to expand your meal ideas and share vegan cooking tips and tricks.
The first meeting is on Thursday, May 13th, which will feature recipes by Isa Chandra Moskowitz.
Isa Chandra Moskowitz is a Brooklyn native who began her vegan cooking journey decades ago. She’s inspired by New York City’s cuisine from all over the world, as well as her own Jewish heritage, and loves to fuse the two.
She is the creator of the Post Punk Kitchen and author of many vegan cookbooks, including Isa Does It, Appetite for Reduction, and co-author of Veganomicon, and Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World. Isa also opened a delicious restaurant, Modern Love, that serves “swanky vegan comfort food” and has two locations in Omaha, NE and Brooklyn, NY.
If you would like to read more about Isa or check out more recipes click here!
Select one or more of the following recipes to try making in the weeks leading up to the meeting on Thursday, May 13 from 7pm to 8pm: