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Rounding up the veggie webs

Oh, the internets, so full of the information.  Enjoy a round-up of what’s going on today, while I think about getting my butt back in the kitchen (you know, where a woman belongs).

Jess at Get Sconed! etc. has a nice write-up of Veg Fest 2011, which did its thing in my very own little town.  I missed it, which may have been for the best–those decadent food samples are dangerous.

Susan at Fat Free Vegan Kitchen shares her all-too-common struggle to find a tasty low-fat guacamole.  Though I haven’t independently verified it, she says mission accomplished!

No Meat Athlete makes me simultaneously excited to try fruitarianism and cautiously curious about the term “footbagger.”

Post Punk Kitchen totally gets me, and my craving for southern food (for which I blame my dad’s Alabama roots).  Thankfully, PPK also delivers the cure, with this recipe for Blackened Scrambled Tofu & Garlicky Grits.

Finally, I am most excited to announce that Vegan MoFo is coming!  That’s the Vegan Month of Food, and it means that veggie bloggers everywhere are going to be posting like mad.  Keep an eye out for MoFo posts here, and check out others’ extra efforts around the veggie webs.


Rounding up the veggie webs

No Meat Athlete has some advice for what to feed the munchkins when they’re running around and generally making you feel lazy and old.

Believe it or not, there are people in the world who like coconut.  If you’re one of these weirdos, check out Fat Free Vegan Kitchen‘s new recipe for abusing innocent kale.  If anyone can make coconut edible, FFV can.

Everyone’s favorite hottie, Ellen Degeneres, has started her own blog about her vegan adventures.

Vegan Hope doesn’t care why you’re vegan, and she wonders why we can’t all get along.  As someone who went vegan for health reasons (after being ovo-lacto for fuzzy wuzzy animal reasons), I dig it.

Finally, Famous DC has some shocking pics of the devastation caused by the DC earthquake.  Fortunately, no injuries have been reported.